The quest to build a senior campus in Half Moon Bay that will include affordable housing, social and health services at a single location got a boost recently when the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee (TCAC) approved separate 9% tax credits to both the Half Moon Village and Coastside Senior Housing developments.
The Senior Campus will be located at Main and Arnold Street in Half Moon Bay.
“We are thrilled that both of our proposed senior communities are on their way to becoming a reality,” said Half Moon Bay Mayor Allan Alifano. “For years, we have been working diligently through a collaborative process that has involved countless government agencies, past and current City Councils, and well-respected affordable housing providers in order to create quality senior housing opportunities in Half Moon Bay. These tax credits are a vital piece of our effort and will help us begin the construction of these much-needed homes.”
Tthe campus will included a total of 264 affordable rentals.
Many of the services offered at the Senior Campus will be available to seniors from the entire Half Moon Bay community.