2023 Social Return on Investment (SROI) with ECLF Addendum

Our Social Return on Investment report delivers affordable housing success stories from California, where more than a million very low-income renters are struggling to find homes they can afford. Hear from residents and service providers at three innovative developments in the Bay Area, one of the state’s highest-need areas:

  • Caritas Center: a homeless support center with trauma-informed design in Sonoma County
  • City Center Apartments: permanent supportive housing in Fremont with a focus on veterans experiencing homelessness
  • 2000 36th Avenue: a 1950s-built multifamily community in Oakland, updated in 2020 to preserve its affordability
June 13, 2024
  • Northern California
Impact Areas
  • Preservation & Production
  • Community Development Financial Institution
  • Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
  • New Markets Tax Credit
  • Preservation Equity
  • Products for Investors