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EAH Housing and Veterans Transition Center to Celebrate Wall Rising of Lightfighter Village in Marina, CA

EAH Housing, partners, and local officials celebrate the wall rising of Lightfighter Village, a visionary housing development in Marina, Calif., designed to provide permanent rental housing for veterans, with a specific focus on addressing the needs of homeless veterans.

Bruce Delgado, Mayor of Marina, Calif.
Dawn Addis, Assemblymember 30th District of Calif.
Wendy Root Askew, Monterey County Supervisor

WHEN: Friday, Nov. 3, 2023 at noon PST
WHERE: 229-243 Hayes Circle, Marina, CA 93933

Lightfighter Village will be a vital addition to the community, offering numerous apartment features, community amenities, and critical resident services, and will provide affordable housing to residents earning 30%-50% of the area median income (AMI). It offers a total of 71 residential units in various sizes, including 64 studios and seven two-bedroom units, making it an inclusive housing community suitable for both families and veterans.

Each unit features energy-efficient appliances, window coverings, and walk-in closets. The community amenities include a community room, garden, bicycle parking, on-site laundry, on-site parking, a management office, and resident lounges to foster a vibrant and supportive living environment.

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About EAH Housing

EAH Housing is a nonprofit corporation with a mission to expand the range of opportunities for all by developing, managing, and promoting quality affordable housing and diverse communities. Established in 1968, EAH Housing has become one of the largest and most respected nonprofit housing development and management organizations in the Western United States with over 750 employees, and plays a leadership role in local, regional, and national housing advocacy efforts. 

Starting from grass-roots origins in response to the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., EAH Housing now serves over 25,000 low-income families, seniors, veterans, formerly unhoused individuals, people with special needs, transitional age youth (TAY), artists, farm workers, and students across more than 240 communities in California and Hawai’i. Combining award-winning design, innovative onsite services, and a commitment to people, EAH Housing reflects the distinctive personality of each community.

Mackenzie Martin at [email protected]