Transit-Oriented Development in Northern California

Enterprise’s Northern California office works in concert with Enterprise’s national TOD initiative to deliver programs and financial tools that ensure that more permanently affordable homes in Northern California are located in walkable, vibrant neighborhoods with access to public transportation. We achieve impact through statewide and regional policy engagement, capacity-building grants to non-profit developers, technical assistance to large city governments and transit agencies, and the development of tools that organize processes and financing structures.

We have awarded HUD Section 4 grants to support the TOD work of our market partners, including:  

  • Chinatown Community Development Center, Inc. (San Francisco) 
  • EAH, Inc. (San Rafael, Calif.)   
  • Green Transportation Systems:   Supporting TOD at Very Low-Income Properties  
  • East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (Oakland, Calif.)
  • First Community Housing (San Jose, Calif.)
  • EcoPass TOD Impact Study  
  • Transit Pass and Parking Analysis
  • MidPen Housing Corporation (Forest City, Calif.)   
  • Mutual Housing (Sacramento, Calif.)   
  • San Francisco Community Land Trust (San Francisco, Calif.)  
  • Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (Berkeley, Calif.)  
  • Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (San Francisco, Calif.)

Read about our Cap and Trade Affordable Housing Sustainable Communities Practice.

Read about our collaboration with the Sacramento Area Council of Governments to finance ETOD.