Don Stump Southlake Tower, owned and renovated by CCH in 2004, has 130 affordable apartment homes for very low income seniors age 62 and over. Conveniently located in downtown Oakland, it is near shops, banks, theaters, Lake Merritt, the Oakland Museum, the library and public transportation. This lovely senior community with its friendly staff, named for long-time President and CEO Don Sump, is a great place to call home.
Westlake Christian Terrace West is a 200 apartment highrise in downtown Oakland, California. Christian Church Homes built this building in 1976 to address the need for affordable senior housing in the area. Its resident population reflects Oakland’s rich ethnic diversity and Westlake’s programming and activities reflect this multicultural environment.
Built in 1968 and renovated with funds from the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program, Westlake ChristianTerrace – East offers 200 affordable studio and one bedroom apartments to seniors in downtown Oakland. Proximity to shops, an active senior center, and public transportation make this a great place to call home!
Sylvester Rutledge Manor is a 65 unit apartment complex. Built in 2003, this North Oakland senior community is conveniently located near public transportation and shopping.
St. Mary’s Gardens is an affordable housing community for seniors owned by St. Mary’s Elderly Housing Corporation. Built in 1979, it offers 100 apartments to seniors age 62 or over who qualify as very low or extremely low income according to HUD income limits for the area.
Sister Thea Bowman Manor is an affordable housing community for seniors owned by St. Columba Development Corporation. The community offers 56 apartments to seniors age 62 or over who qualify as very low or extremely low income, according to HUD income limits for the area, and those 18 years of age or older with disabilities, requiring accessibility features in a unit.
Percy Abrams, Jr. Senior Apartments is a 44 unit senior community in Oakland, California. Owned by the Abrams Housing Corp, it was built in 2006 to provide affordable low income housing for seniors.
Irene Cooper Terrace is a 40 apartment senior community in downtown Oakland, California. This low-rise was built in 2000 by Evergreen Annex, Inc. to provide affordable housing to very low income seniors age 62 and over. Conveniently located near beautiful Lake Merritt, nearby shopping opportunities and readily accessible public transportation, Irene Cooper Terrace is a great place to call home.
Harrison Street Senior Housing opens September 2012. Developed by CCH and sponsored by CCH and Oakland Housing Initiatives, this downtown property is located near shopping, entertainment, and all the cultural activities Oakland has to offer. This six-story building offers 72 apartments to very low income seniors ages 62 and over. This is a “GreenPoint Rated Certified” property offering energy efficiency and “green” features for sustainable and healthier living. It also offers exceptional accessibility features.
Bishop Roy C. Nichol Senior Housing is an affordable apartment community sponsored by Downs Memorial United Methodist Church in North Oakland. Completed in 2002, it offers 18 apartments to seniors ages 62 or over who qualify as very low income according to HUD income limits for the area.