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Low income housing provides for the basic human need of shelter. For a family or individual searching for a rental or low income housing property, the online search can be daunting. It helps if the listings for a diverse range of affordable rental apartments and homes are gathered on one consumer-friendly website. has emerged to respond to the need for finding information on affordable housing. Visitors can rely on thousands of listings for affordable rental apartments, including apartments subsidized by public assistance agencies, to help them secure adequate housing.

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Arboleda Apartments - Low-Income Apartments (for Family)
Walnut Creek, CA - 94597
(925) 478-8030
Details:Arboleda provides permanent affordable housing to 48 households. The three story structure was built over a subterranean parking garage on a 0.84 acre site. The homes are a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments and include both two story townhomes and flats. Common amenities include a community room, a courtyard, a computer room, free internet in each home and a children’s play structure. SAHA is very pleased to expand its housing offerings not only for disadvantaged families, but also people with developmental disabilities, who are underserved throughout the Bay Area. The plans for Arboleda have received LEED for Homes Platinum certification in recognition of the wide range of environmentally sustainable design elements and construction techniques such as testing the heating and air conditioning ducts for leaks. Arboleda includes a 44 kilowatt photovoltaic system and a solar water heating system designed to reduce water heating costs by 67%.
Century Village - Low-Income Apartments (for Family)
Fremont, CA - 94539
(510) 651-1040
Details:Century Village is an affordable housing community that provides 100 rental apartments for low-income individuals and families in Fremont. Originally built in 1972, Century Village was acquired by MidPen Housing in 1995 in order to convert it from market-rate to affordable housing. Century Village underwent an extensive rehabilitation in January 2013 and welcomed all residents back by the fall of 2013. The rehabilitation includes both interior and exterior renovations that improve the community’s long-term performance, appearance, and residents’ quality of life. Century Village’s renovation also significantly enhanced the community building with a better layout and expanded spaces for offices, multifunctional community areas, and a large After School Program classroom which will support curriculum from the high-performing school district in which Century Village is located. It is close to BART, major bus lines, and shopping centers.
Main Street Village - Low-Income Apartments (for Family/Disabled)
Fremont, CA - 94538
(510) 656-1003
Details:Co-developed by MidPen Housing and Allied Housing, Main Street Village offers supportive housing for families and individuals in Fremont's Irvington district. Main Street Village incorporates numerous green buildings features, including bay friendly landscaping, a solar thermal system, energy-efficiency electrical and plumbing features, and on-demand hot water heaters in every unit. The development scored 218 on Build It Green's GreenPoint-rated scale, the highest score of any multi-family project in California to date.
Pickering Place - Low-Income Apartments (for Family)
Fremont, CA - 94536
(510) 739-0931
Details:Pickering Place was named after the turn-of-the-century Victorian home that sits at the community’s entrance. Using the Pickering House as a guide for design, Pickering Place showcases the Victorian-era aesthetic with the inclusion of bay windows, eave brackets, hip roofs, and picket fences. Surrounded by open courtyards, the buildings feature porches, encouraging interaction among residents. Additionally, the Pickering House was renovated to include an accessible community room, an office, a computer center, and a manager’s residence unit. Two of the units are accessible to persons with physical disabilities and two units are rented to participants in the Housing Scholarship Program of Fremont.
Harris Court - Low-Income Apartments (for Family)
Hayward, CA - 94544
(510) 887-1543
Details:Community Amenities: Garages, Playground; Unit Amenities: Washer/dryer in unit

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