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January 16th, 2019

EAH Housing Announces Two New Hires and One Promotion in Key Positions

Three Well Respected Industry Veterans are Named as Directors at EAH Housing San Rafael, CA (January 16, 2019) –Today, EAH Housing announced the hiring of two directors, Denice Wint as
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January 7th, 2019

Former EAH Housing resident steps up to donate shoes to Stonebridge kids

St. Helena, California, January 2019 — Tony was 7 when he and his family moved to Stonebridge, an EAH Housing community in the wine country town of St. Helena, Calif.
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December 21st, 2018

Now Accepting Applications for Ola Ka ‘Ilima Artspace Lofts

December 21, 2018 The new affordable housing rental community will also be home to the PA’I Foundation Arts Center HONOLULU – EAH Housing  and Artspace announced that they are now
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Partner Testimonials

  • Eric Saijo

    City of San Francisco, Okamoto Saijo Architecture

    “What we really enjoyed working with EAH is their responsiveness on issues. They were thoughtful, they considered all the angles, and always come back with a solid decision.”

    “We appreciate their fairness and involves us to all the decisions. Crescent Park occupies parts of 4 city blocks and presented some challenges but EAH was able to embraced them. In the end, you can see how Crescent Park integrates well to the surrounding community.”

  • Jill Techel

    City of Napa, Former Mayor

    “It’s been a great opportunity for us to have someone as this level come in to manage, own, upgrade and ensure that these 365 seniors have a quality of life. We think neighborhoods are really important, that’s where people live,  and that’s where they connect and EAH brings that.”

  • Janet Lockhart

    City of Dublin, CA, Former Mayor

    “EAH housing beat a lot of other really good companies because they have a clear vision of what they can create in Dublin and matched our desire in affordable housing.”

    “With EAH, we found a similar vision for reaching out to our community. EAH is right, that people of all income levels deserves respect, and nice place to live. Public were really pleased in the design and initially didn’t know we are building an affordable housing.”

  • Kymberly Pine

    City of Honolulu, Council, Vice Chair

    “I’m so proud to have been there at your groundbreaking and your opening to actually see families that I used to help care for at Ala Moana Beach Park so happy to have a home over their head. You have raised the hopes and dreams to so many people who have lost hope and I just want to thank you for continuing to be a great partner with the city.”

Real People Real stories

  • St. Helena, California, January 2019 — Tony was 7 when he and his family moved to Stonebridge, an EAH Housing community in the wine country town of St. Helena, Calif. “When I moved in, I thought it was the greatest thing in the world,” he says. “I thought it was luxury compared to where we had been living before. It was by far the best decision my parents ever made.” Back then, Tony’s father was a vineyard worker. It is hard physical work and Tony,
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  • Adilene, an EAH Housing resource coordinator, knows better than anyone the value of stable housing in an EAH community. That’s because she grew up in one — Park Place in Morgan Hill, Calif., formerly known as Village Avanté. Now 28, Adilene has been working for EAH Housing for three years. She serves two EAH communities in Morgan Hill, helping seniors at one and families at another. As a resource coordinator, she connects residents to appropriate local agencies that can help them stay self-reliant and financially
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  • Life was tough during Jezel’s last year of high school; her six older siblings had left home, and she and her mother were living in a Los Angeles homeless shelter. But a year later, life was looking up. Jezel had become a University of California, Riverside student, an Economics/Administrative Studies major on track to be the first of seven siblings to graduate from college. But then Jezel’s mother, a single parent, became ill. She was hospitalized and diagnosed with lung cancer, and died a month
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  • New life as volunteer and housing advocate

    San Jose, CA

    In just four days in 2002, Nancy went from living a comfortable life in suburban Campbell, Calif. with her husband and teenage daughter to being a widow faced with homelessness. Her husband, a 57-year-old Silicon Valley engineer, had come down with a cold. But compromised by Type 2 diabetes, he was quickly overtaken by pneumonia and died. Nancy was bereft. Their savings didn’t last long and she couldn’t afford to stay in their rented home. Her daughter moved to Ohio to stay with a relative
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Commendations & Awards

  • Affordable Housing Finance - EAH Housing
  • Gold Nugget - EAH Housing
  • LEED - EAH Housing
  • Business Times - EAH Housing