Greenbelt Alliance: A tour of affordable homes

From Greenbelt Alliance:


Starts in Pleasanton with travel to the South Bay and East Bay

Please join us for a bus tour of exemplary developments of affordable homes on Saturday, January 29.

We will visit several attractive and well-integrated properties developed and managed by MidPen Housing, a major leader in affordable housing design and operations in the Bay Area.  City Center Plaza Redwood CityWe look forward to meeting with representatives from MidPen’s development, management, and resident services staff while on site, and we will have the chance to view the properties closely and ask questions.

This is a wonderful opportunity to identify potential layouts, features, and services that could be integrated into Pleasanton’s new developments, and to discuss the benefits of building housing for all income levels in Pleasanton.

What to bring:
Good walking shoes, dress in layers.

Rain policy:
The outing continues rain or shine.

Cost:
This event is free! Lunch will be provided.

Directions:
We will meet at the Pleasanton City Hall, 200 Old Bernal Ave., Pleasanton, CA  at 9 a.m.

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