New and Upcoming Projects

Community Development Agency

The County has received the following applications for the Marin County Affordable Housing Fund (HTF). The County is in the process of applying for additional matching funds from the State's Housing and Community Development Department (HCD), through the Local Housing Trust Fund (LHTF) program. 

1 Hamilton Drive - Mill Valley, EAH Housing

EAH, a nonprofit affordable housing organization committed to expanding the range of opportunities for all by developing and managing quality affordable housing, requests funding to support the development of a 45-unit affordable residential complex on land owned by the City of Mill Valley. The request would go toward predevelopment expenses (architecture/engineering, feasibility analysis). If awarded, the County will require long term deed restrictions, tenant protections and affirmative marketing.

  • Amount requested: $1,000,000
  • Status: First phase funding committed
  • HTF Funding award: $500,000 - contingent upon award of LHTF funds
  • Funding application

31 Wharf Road - Bolinas, Bolinas Community Land Trust (BCLT)

Bolinas Community Land Trust, a nonprofit community land trust committed to creation and preservation of affordable housing for low-income residents, requests funding to support construction of a mixed-use project providing nine (9) two- and three-bedroom affordable apartments and one small commercial space. The request would go toward general development expenses. If awarded, the County will require long term deed restrictions, tenant protections and affirmative marketing.

  • Amount requested: $900,000
  • Status: First phase funding committed
  • HTF Funding award: $395,500 - contingent upon award of LHTF funds
  • Prior commitments: $54,477 (HTF award 2021-22); $625,000 (Measure W award 2021-22); $400,000 (HTF award 2020-21)
  • Funding application

3301 Kerner Boulevard - San Rafael, Eden Housing

Eden Housing, a nonprofit affordable housing developer committed to developing, acquiring, or rehabilitating affordable homes, requests funding to support the adaptive reuse of a three-story office building to permanent supportive housing for those experiencing homelessness through Project Homekey. The request would be applied as gap financing. If awarded, the County will require long term deed restrictions and tenant protections.

  • Amount requested: $1,025,000
  • Status: First phase funding committed
  • HTF Funding award: $92,500 - contingent upon award of LHTF funds
  • Prior commitments: $357,125 (HTF award 2021-22); $200,000 (HTF award 2020-21)
  • Funding application (B2a, B2b)

825 Drake Avenue - Marin City, Pacific West Communities

Pacific West Communities, Inc., a real estate development and finance firm specializing in the construction and rehabilitation of affordable workforce, permanent supportive housing, and senior housing throughout the western United States, requests funding to support the development of a 74-unit affordable residential complex in Marin City that will consist of 26 one-bedroom apartments, 40 two-bedroom apartments, and 8 three-bedroom apartments. The project will also include several common areas and community spaces. The request would go toward gap financing. The developer intends to work with Marin Housing Authority to provide housing to assist with the renovation of Golden Gate Village. If awarded, the County will require long term deed restrictions, tenant protections, affirmative marketing, and a local hire requirement.

  • Amount requested: $4,000,000
  • Status: First phase funding committed
  • HTF Funding award: $1,850,000 - contingent upon award of LHTF funds
  • Funding application

826 State Access Road (Novato Veteran and Workforce Housing) - Novato, Homeward Bound of Marin

Homeward Bound of Marin, a nonprofit homeless housing and service provider committed to ending homelessness, requests funding to support construction and site improvements for 50 veterans and workforce rental housing units at the Novato Veterans & Workforce Housing development. The request would go directly toward construction costs. If awarded, the County will require long term deed restrictions, tenant protections and affirmative marketing.

  • Amount requested: $1,000,000
  • Status: First phase funding committed
  • HTF Funding award: $253,500 - contingent upon award of LHTF funds
  • Prior commitments: $196,223 (HTF award 2021-22); $229,764 (HTF award 2020-21)
  • Funding application

100 Commodore Webster Drive (Coast Guard Housing) - Point Reyes Station, Eden Housing

Eden Housing, a nonprofit affordable housing developer committed to developing, acquiring, or rehabilitating affordable homes, requests funding to support the rehabilitation of 50 units of affordable housing, including a set aside for farm workers, in Point Reyes Station, located on the former Point Reyes Station Coast Guard housing site. Eden Housing is partnering with the Community Land Trust Association of West Marin (CLAM) on this project. The request would go toward predevelopment expenses (architecture/ engineering, site due diligence). If awarded, the County will require long term deed restrictions, tenant protections and affirmative marketing.

  • Amount requested: $1,000,000
  • Status: First phase funding committed
  • HTF Funding award: $147,000 - contingent upon award of LHTF funds
  • Prior commitments: $302,648 (HTF award 2021-22); $229,764 (HTF award 2020-21); $4,308,115 (HTF for site acquisition 2019)
  • Funding application (B2aB2bB2c)