801 Alma Street, Palo Alto, California
Community Type: Family
801 Alma Family Apartments is located in downtown Palo Alto near commercial services, parks and the Palo Alto Multi-modal Transit Center (Caltrain, VTA, SamTrans and local shuttles).
The building is four stories over one level of underground parking. Common spaces include a front porch gathering area, a lobby, a large community room, management offices, an outdoor landscaped courtyard with benches, a bike rack and indoor bike storage, a children’s play yard, a computer learning center, and a laundry room with a deck overlooking the entry area. An elevator services all floors including the garage.
The community is three blocks from University Avenue, a vibrant commercial retail district with shopping, dining and other services including a major medical clinic. A popular pedestrian and bike tunnel connects 801 Alma to amenities west of Alma Street including Palo Alto’s extensive bike lane system.
You can obtain an application for housing by calling the property directly at (650) 600-8885. The manager can answer questions regarding apartment availability, rent, income requirements or restrictions, and how to obtain an application for housing. The list of properties that are accepting applications is updated on a monthly basis on our website. Learn more about our Application Process.
Number of Units
- Dining area/room
- Energy Star rated appliances
- Parking Spot (one per unit)
- Window Coverings
Photovoltaic panels for common area power, Energy efficient lighting throughout, Solar hot water heating, Living green “roof” infiltration planters mitigate storm water run-off and provide insulation to the upper level, Low VOC paints, CRI Green Label carpet, low flow faucets/showerheads and dual flush toilets
Community Working Group
Bob Wellington Quigley
Segue Construction, Inc.
City of Palo Alto, Community Working Group, Community Working Group – Fundraising Contributions, County of Santa Clara, Enterprise Community Investment, JP Morgan Chase Bank, General Use Permit Funds, Federal Home Loan Bank, Housing Trust Silicon Valley, Opportunity Fund, Sobrato Family Foundation
Eden Housing Management, Inc.
2014 Honor Award, A1A Santa Clara Valley Design Award, 2015 Merit Award, AiA San Diego Design Award