Alta Mira Family and Senior Housing
Alta Mira is the quintessential transit-oriented community within walking distance to South Hayward BART. It is made up of two adjacent five-story buildings, one for families and one for seniors. They share a 10,000-square-foot courtyard with a playground, raised community gardens and picnic tables. Each building has a large community room and a computer center, and the senior building has a fitness center. The buildings sit on top of a one-level parking garage. The community is within walking distance to parks, schools and transportation.
Alta Mira was part of a master-planned development nearly a decade in the making with bold civic leadership by the City of Hayward, Eden Housing and AMCAL Housing. This successful public-private partnership redeveloped a BART parking lot and adjacent parcel into mixed-income community that includes 206 market-rate homes and a new public park directly adjacent to the site.
To obtain an application for housing, you can call the property directly. The manager can answer questions regarding apartment availability, rent, income requirements or restrictions, and how to obtain an application for housing. If you need further assistance, please call Alta Mira “Family” at (510)925-0771, and Alta Mira “Senior” at (510)398-2488.
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Photo-voltaic system that powers 80% of the common areas’ electricity, Solar thermal system for domestic hot water heating, Certified GreenPoint Rating of 149, EnergyStar Building Designation (28% more efficient than California energy standards – Title 24)
James E. Roberts-Obayashi Corp.
City of Hayward, California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD), County of Alameda, Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco, California Housing Finance Agency (CalFHA), Wells Fargo, California Community Reinvestment Corporation
Eden Housing Management, Inc.
2017 Real Estate Deal of the Year, San Francisco Business Times, 2017 Charles L. Edson Tax Credit Excellence Award, Metro/Urban Housing Category, Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition, 2017 Housing Finance Readers’ Choice Urban Finalist