What’s New at EAH Housing

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October 8th, 2019

Halewiliko Highlands, a new development by EAH Housing at the site of a former sugar mill in Aiea

Honolulu officials unveil plans for affordable senior housing at former Aiea sugar mill site Honolulu Star Advertiser By Rob Perez | October 5, 2019 A press conference was held in
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September 4th, 2019

Construction Begins on The Pointe on Vermont, the latest Measure HHH Development

50 New Affordable and Supportive Housing Apartments in Council District 8 Los Angeles (September 4, 2019) –Today, EAH Housing, an affordable housing nonprofit organization, and A2Z Enterprises, a minority and
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August 30th, 2019

New Affordable Apartments in Turlock is Underway

Turlock project will add 60 low-income apartments. The waiting list is long Modbee By John Holland | August 29, 2019 Another 60 apartments for low-income people will rise soon at
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Development Showcase

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 how they involved us in all the decisions. Crescent Park occupies parts of four city blocks and presented some challenges, but EAH was able to embrace 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

  • Morgan Hill, CA, August 2019 – In 2018, a young graduate student named Christian needed affordable housing in Santa Clara County but was coming up empty. He had a job and a family — a wife and two children — and had been recently accepted to JFK University in San Jose to pursue a master’s degree in counseling psychology. Desperate after a fruitless months-long housing search he even researched “safe” parking lots where homeless people are allowed to sleep in their vehicles. Christian, 30, knew what car
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  • Kahului, Hawaiʻi, May 2019 – A few years ago, Cheyenne, a Honolulu native and single mother now living on Maui, took over care of three of her six grandchildren. Their mother, the youngest of Cheyenne’s two daughters, was unable to care for the children, a boy now 11, and two girls, now 5 and 2. To make it possible to become their caregiver, Cheyenne, 56, drastically cut back her work hours as a licensed practical nurse (LPN). But between her smaller paycheck and her roommate moving
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  • Poughkeepsie, New York, February 2019 – Weon grew up at Kukui Tower, an EAH Housing community in Honolulu, where he first encountered computers in Kukui’s computer lab. He was instantly captivated. Years later, inspired by a high school English teacher and supported by an EAH Housing scholarship, he completed a computer science degree at Marist College and went on to work at IBM. “The program at Kukui Tower made me fall in love with computers at an early age,” he says. Six years ago, Weon, now
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  • 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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Commendations & Awards

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