Groundbreaking Celebration for La Avenida Apartments to Take Place March 3
February 27, 2023
– Mountain View development to provide 100 new, affordable homes for individuals and families, including veterans and formerly unhoused individuals –
City of Mountain View and Santa Clara County officials, affordable housing advocates, and Eden Housing are hosting a groundbreaking celebration at La Avenida, a new apartment community that will enhance the North Bayshore region and advance Mountain View’s vision for a vibrant neighborhood that is affordable to all income levels. This project will bring affordable housing to individuals and families, including veterans and formerly unhoused individuals, earning between 30% and 60% of the area’s median income.
Friday, March 3, 2023, 12:30 p.m.
1188 Armand Drive, Mountain View, CA 94043 (Intersection of Armand Drive at La Avenida)
Special guests and speakers include:
- Congresswoman Anna Eshoo
- Assemblymember Marc Berman
- Alison Hicks, Mayor of the City of Mountain View
- Pat Showalter, Vice Mayor of the City of Mountain View
- Supervisor Joe Simitian, Santa Clara County
- Alex Kobayashi, Field Representative, State Senator Josh Becker
- Noni Ramos, CEO of the Housing Trust Silicon Valley
- Ellen Kamei, Councilmember of the City of Mountain View
- Lisa Matichak, Councilmember of the City of Mountain View
- Lucas Ramirez, Councilmember of the City of Mountain View
- Eden Housing leadership team
About La Avenida
Located on the corner of La Avenida Avenue and Armand Drive and across the street from Microsoft’s corporate campus, La Avenida Apartments will bring new affordable homes to the City of Mountain View. This development will ensure that the lower-income workforce, people with disabilities, and those on fixed incomes can continue to live and work in the City of Mountain View, as well as help balance the jobs to housing ratio in the North Bayshore region. La Avenida also seeks to help address the homelessness crisis by providing permanent supportive housing to individuals experiencing homelessness in Mountain View.
The ground level of the apartment building will be dedicated to supportive services – such as health and wellness, career, education and financial literacy programming – to help ensure residents succeed in their new homes. Amenity spaces will include a community room that opens onto a landscaped open space, a computer room and laundry facilities.
Funding and sponsors for La Avenida: City of Mountain View, County of Santa Clara, Santa Clara County Housing Authority, California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, California Debt Limit Allocation Committee, California Municipal Finance Authority, Wells Fargo, California Community Reinvestment Corporation, Housing Trust of Silicon Valley, California Energy Commission and The Home Depot Foundation.
About Eden Housing
Eden Housing is a non-profit organization with 55 years of experience providing safe and affordable housing that helps families stay secure, allows communities to thrive, and solves many of the most pressing housing challenges facing California cities. Since its inception, the Bay Area-based organization has developed more than 10,000 affordable homes and is a leader in making its residential communities environmentally sustainable and efficient through integrating energy conservation. Eden is also known as a champion of housing policy advocacy at the local, state, and national level, supporting practices that both create and preserve affordable housing for diverse communities. Learn more at www.edenhousing.org.
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