Posted on: October 5, 2013
By John King | Saturday, October 5, 2013
Nonprofit developers play vital role in housing
Growing number of affordable units in Bay Area a safety net for residents
One of the Bay Area’s largest developers turned 30 last month and threw itself a party, but some of the guests you might not expect: an immigrant family whose daughter is headed to college and a disabled man who spent nine years living on the streets.
The connection is that they’re among the residents of the 14,000 homes that have been built since 1983 by Bridge Housing Corp., a San Francisco-based nonprofit. Several economic cycles later, Bridge continues to extend its geographic reach and overall mission.
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