Corsair Flats (Alameda Point Senior)

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Corsair Flats (Alameda Point Senior)
60
Senior
Project Status: 
Estimated Completion Date is May/June 2020
171 W Atlantic Ave
Alameda, CA 94501
Phone: 
510-499-2491
Contact: 
Alameda County

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Community Description

Located at the site of the former Naval Air Station (NAS) Alameda, Corsair Flats (Alameda Point Senior) is a 60-unit senior development. The building will be among the first constructed as part of the larger Alameda Point Site A redevelopment, led by master developer Alameda Point Partners. Together with the neighboring 70-unit Alameda Point Family Apartments, Eden is delivering Site A’s low-income and very low-income housing requirement. Corsair Flats is one of the first buildings coming out of the ground in the first phase of the redevelopment of the base. Once fully funded, Alameda Point Family will be built next door, meeting the community’s vision for an inclusive redevelopment.
 
The path to redevelopment started in 1997 when the Navy suspended operations at NAS Alameda and the City of Alameda adopted its first five-year implementation plan for Alameda Point in 1999. Ten years later, the Department of the Navy relinquished its control of the former NAS Alameda for its eventual conveyance to the City of Alameda. In November 2014, Alameda Point Partners was chosen as the developer for the 68-acre parcel known as Site A. The site is set to include 800 housing units with a mix of retail and office space, as well as new streets, sidewalks, parks and a ferry terminal.
 
Corsair Flats (Alameda Point Senior) will have 30 units serving people experiencing homelessness, 28 of these units will serve veterans exiting homelessness through the HUD Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing vouchers administered by the Alameda Housing Authority, as well as California’s Veterans Housing and Homeless Prevention Program. Supportive services will be delivered to the residents through a collaboration between Operation Dignity, Eden Housing Resident Services, Inc. and the VA.
 
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