What’s New at EAH Housing

September 23rd, 2020

Site Sold for Broadway Project, With Changes

Site Sold for Broadway Project, With Changes                                              
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September 3rd, 2020

Coronavirus pandemic turns EAH Housing food partnerships into grocery lifelines

  Food for low-income seniors and families — from on-site grocery pantries and senior brown bag lunches to partnerships with community gardens, markets and food banks — has always been
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August 25th, 2020

Micro-housing Tower in Kakaako Makes Debut

Micro-housing Tower in Kakaako Makes Debut                                                
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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

  • Food for low-income seniors and families — from on-site grocery pantries and senior brown bag lunches to partnerships with community gardens, markets and food banks — has always been a cornerstone of EAH Housing resident services. But as the coronavirus pandemic forces thousands of EAH residents to shelter in place, including workers laid off or told to stay home, those cornerstone connections have become grocery lifelines.   EAH Housing resident services staff have risen to the challenge, bolstering and increasing food delivery to residents and
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  • Honolulu, HI, May 2020 – Five years ago, Ken and Royalnette’s lives changed for the worse. Ken’s decades-old hip injury flared up, forcing him to stop working as night manager at a grocery store. And because their van was totaled in an accident in 2019, these residents of Kukui Gardens, an EAH Housing community in Honolulu, had to run errands by bicycle, including grocery shopping and taking their three adoptive children to school. Their lowest point came when Ken’s deteriorating hip joint became infected in December
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  • San Jose, CA, March 2020 – “I told State Senator Jim Beall how it was to be on the streets,” says Rosie, who was homeless for three years before finding a permanent home with EAH Housing at Markham Plaza in San Jose, Calif. “I told him to fight for us. I told him to muster up all the people he could influence with my story. He saw my emotion and my honesty. It made me feel good that he was concerned about what I had
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  • Ewa Beach, HI, December 2019 – “The opening here at Villages of Moaʻe Kū was a lifeline,” says Patricia, 51, a former career paralegal with the federal government, who since 2001 has been disabled by severe chronic illness. She became homeless in 2017, couch surfing with friends for over a year, until the summer of 2018, when she found a home at this EAH Housing community in Ewa Beach, Hawaiʻi. A University of Massachusetts graduate with a degree in political science and economics, Patricia began her
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Commendations & Awards

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