Enterprise congratulates San Francisco Mayor London Breed on her historic election, and we look forward to working together to ensure everyone in San Francisco lives in a quality home that is affordable and connected to opportunity.
Mental Health Association of San Mateo County is celebrating the grand opening of Waverly Place Apartments, a new construction development in Redwood City, California.
The $500,000 investment supports Enterprise's work in Northern California to prevent resident displacement in Oakland and to preserve the city's cultural and economic diversity.
The Bay Area Preservation Pilot will help nonprofit developers finance the acquisition and preservation of existing multifamily housing properties located in areas with high-frequency transit service and are considered affordable for lower- and moderate-income renters.
Here's how to submit public comments on California's initial Opportunity Zones selections before final nominations are made. You'll have until March 15 to add your input.
Creston Gardens in Paso Robles, California, just reopened, preserving 60 homes for families.
Our hearts are heavy today with the sudden passing of Mayor Edwin Lee. The first Asian American mayor of San Francisco, Mayor Lee was a civil rights champion, model public servant, and dedicated affordable housing advocate.
This year's Holiday Challenge on CrowdRise is going strong, with more than $3,000 raised so...
The National Resource Network has launched a State Resource Network competition, focused on creating state-city partnerships that address economic, fiscal and other challenges.
Capitol Express Newsletter: Congress Passes Budget Resolution, Tax Reform Legislation Expected This Week
CONGRESSIONAL AND ADMINISTRATION NEWS Congress Passes Budget Resolution, Sets Stage for Tax Reform Last week,...
Enterprise has awarded $10,000 grants to five affordable housing development organizations to strengthen their capacity to design and develop climate resilient homes.
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Construction crews are busy at 2437 Eagle Ave. — once home to Island High School — where 20 apartments under the city’s Housing Authority are planned. Funding includes $7.5 million in housing credit equity from Enterprise and investment partner Morgan Stanley.
Capitol Express Newsletter: Tax Reform Framework Retains the Housing Credit, Congress to Vote on FY 2018 Budget
CONGRESSIONAL AND ADMINISTRATION NEWS Tax Reform Framework Proposes to Retain the Housing Credit Last week,...
Capitol Express Newsletter: Congress Approves Disaster Recovery Funding, New Tax Reform Details Anticipated Soon
CONGRESSIONAL AND ADMINISTRATION NEWS Congress Passes First Round of Disaster Relief and Recovery On September...
Capitol Express Newsletter: Hurricane Harvey Sparks Major Recovery Effort, Congress Returns to Full Agenda
CONGRESSIONAL AND ADMINISTRATION NEWS Hurricane Harvey Causes Billions in Damage, Major Recovery Efforts Begin Across...
Congratulations to Beacon Communities Inc. and Rotary Plaza Inc. (RPI) on the financial closing of...
Enterprise has awarded $100,000 to each of five community-based organizations to use arts and culture to make their communities more resilient.
By Geeta Rao , senior program director, Northern California Market Sustainable Chinatown has enjoyed a...
Enterprise would like to congratulate Island City Development and the Housing Authority of the City...