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The City of Auburn, Sisters of Mercy and Mercy Housing California Break Ground on LEED Certified Senior Housing Mercy Housing California broke ground on Mercy Auburn Senior Community on approximately three acres of the Sisters of Mercy West Midwest Auburn campus. Mercy Auburn will feature 60 one-bedroom apartments for low-income seniors in Auburn. The campus

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In November, residents of Wilmington’s New Dana Strand celebrated the successful transformation of the community with key partners, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and Mercy Housing California (MHC). MHC received an award of $20,000 from the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) and MetLife Foundation Community-Police Partnership for the revitalization of New Dana Strand. The

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Mercy Housing California with the Institute on Aging and the San Francisco Department of Public Health were selected to partner in a national initiative to create strategies that improve quality of life for senior residents while producing cost savings to the health and long-term care systems. Developed by LeadingAge and Enterprise Community

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Community Matters Newsletter – Fall 2012 Mercy Housing California (MHC) is pleased to welcome Timothy Murray, Brian G. Swift and Steven Wade to the MHC Board of Directors. “We are privileged to have these outstanding community leaders join the Mercy Housing California Board of Directors,” said Mary Dunbar, MHC Vice President of Resource Development. “Their

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Community Matters Newsletter – Fall 2012 Dignity Health (formerly Catholic Healthcare West), the nation’s fifth largest hospital system, has been a valued partner and supporter of Mercy Housing’s mission for 23 years and for 14 years one of nine national Strategic Health Care Partners (SHCP). While our core business is the development and management of

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Community Matters Newsletter – Fall 2012 Mercy Housing California gratefully acknowledges new major grants from these generous foundation and corporate partners, January – September 2012: Bank of America Charitable Foundation, $192,500 for development of affordable housing in Mercy Housing’s Los Angeles, Sacramento and San Francisco markets; California Community Foundation, $100,000 for two years to support

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Community Matters Newsletter – Fall 2012 Mercy Housing California commemorated the start of construction of Esparto Family Apartments at the Northeast corner of Yolo Avenue and Woodland Avenue on Tuesday, June 5th. Speakers at the event included Mercy Housing staff, Yolo County officials, financing partners and representatives from the California Department of Housing and Community

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Tuesday night was obviously a big election night across the country. Locally, affordable housing got a huge win in San Francisco with the passage of Prop C. An amazing 65 percent of San Franciscans voted to provide $1.2 billion to affordable housing over the next 30 years. Clearly, San Francisco voters and elected officials continue

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SAN FRANCISCO — A multi-year effort to revitalize public housing in San Francisco’s Visitacion Valley community has taken a major step forward. The Sunnydale HOPE SF Project developed in partnership with Mercy Housing California (MHC) and The Related Companies of California (Related California) has been selected by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

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SAN FRANCISCO – The City’s first and the country’s largest affordable housing specifically welcoming to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) seniors to be developed by Openhouse and Mercy Housing California was approved unanimously Thursday by the San Francisco Planning Commission. The development includes 110 apartments for low-income seniors, Openhouse service offices and an activity

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