The City is giving loans to private businesses, and Alamedans want to know why. Karin K. Jensen explains the details about a recent $9.5 million loan to a housing developer at Alameda Point and another $300,000 loan to Firebrand bakery and café.
Dignity Village celebrated its grand opening on May 3, just over a year after the project was approved. Adam Gillitt reports on the new complex, which features 47 units of interim supportive housing that will serve up to 61 unhoused individuals, including five units for transitional-age youth.
Join the City of Alameda to celebrate the grand opening of Dignity Village, a two story, 47-unit interim supportive housing project, on May 3 at 10 a.m. at 2530 Fifth St.
Dignity Village, a 47-unit interim supportive housing program, will house and serve up to 61 unhoused individuals living in Alameda. Karin K. Jensen reports back from the January 31 meeting with the community's questions and answers.
Dignity Village, an interim supportive housing project that will provide unhoused individuals with shelter and connections with services, is almost complete. Maurice Ramirez has been photographing the construction process.