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Support Downtown Livermore Apartments

January 14, 2021

Eden Housing’s latest proposed community would provide 130 new affordable homes to low-income families in Livermore. The community would consist of 1 to 3 bedroom apartment homes at the Southeast corner of the Railroad Avenue and L Street intersection.

Learn more about the proposed community here!

Downtown Livermore Apartments would provide much-needed affordable housing to the Livermore workforce. Residents of the community will be folks who earn between 20% and 60% of Alameda County’s Average Median Income. For example, this translates to salaries of $26,100 (~$12.50/hour) to $78,300 for a family of four. Estimated rents would range from $678/month to $2,036/month. Income limits and rents adjust for family size.

Leasing will be based on Priority Point Scoring for Livermore workers with the aim to house local healthcare workers, public safety personnel, school staff, hospitality employees, and employees of the downtown small businesses and restaurants.