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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 25, 2019 Contact: Miya Saika Chen mchen(at)oaklandca.gov (510) 238-7246 City Council Passes New Budget Solution to Oakland Housing Crisis: $12 Million Municipal Fund to Preserve Permanently Affordable Housing with Community Land Trusts New Preservation of Affordable Housing Fund (PAHF) Aims to Provide Affordable Ownership for Oakland Tenants Facing Threat
[Note: This article originally appeared on the Shelterforce website here.] By Zachary Murray In late January, a standing-room only crowd gathered to celebrate a milestone that once seemed impossible. Exactly one year and five days prior to this celebration, residents and tenants of the 23rd Avenue Community Building (23rd Avenue)—a long-standing affordable, people of color led
In Oakland, Community-Owned Real Estate is Bucking Gentrification Trend By Sarah Trent, March 12, 2018 For two decades now, the building at the corner of 23rd and International avenues in east Oakland has been a community hub for people and organizations with few other places to go. In a neighborhood that is low-income
[Note: This article originally appeared in the Spring 2017 issue of Shelterforce and on their website here.] The term NOAH, or “naturally occurring affordable housing,” has quickly become an accepted phrase used to denote unsubsidized rental housing, generally more than 30 years old, that happens to be relatively affordable compared to housing in adjacent, more