Hayward Senior

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Hayward Senior
60
Senior
568 C Street
Hayward, CA 94541
Phone: 
510-247-0833
Fax: 
510-247-0834
Contact: 
Alameda County
Office Hours: 
M-F 8:30 - 12:00 & 1:00 to 5:30

Property Description

Hayward Senior Housing is a 60-unit development of affordable senior rental housing at the northern end of the Cannery neighborhood in downtown Hayward and represents the inclusionary fulfillment of the master development sponsored by Citation Homes. The development is comprised of a three story building at the intersection of Grand and C Streets. Design of Hayward Senior Housing has been developed to provide an active senior residential facility that blends with the existing adjacent residential neighborhood while creating an architecturally harmonious transition to the adjacent commercial district. Recycled brick from Cannery buildings and stucco provide a distinctive historical accent to the building façade and the palate of earth-tone colors has been selected to enhance the development’s compatibility with the adjacent buildings.

The development incorporates two multipurpose rooms, one of which opens onto an outdoor patio and formal garden with seating; library; lounge; central laundry; and tenant storage. Each of the senior apartment units targeting very low income seniors provide one bedroom, a kitchen, a living area and full bathroom.

Hayward Senior is conveniently located directly across the street from the Downtown Hayward BART station, near the 880 freeway, and is on a local transit bus route. This affordable community is located near grocery shopping, restaurants, parks, and City Hall. Tennyson High School and Chaves Elementary School are nearby.

Eden Housing Corporate Offices

Eden Housing corporate office is 12,000 square feet of commercial office space on a portion of the development’s first floor, and features two meeting rooms, a full kitchen, and a private courtyard at the rear of the building.

Affordability Mix: 
Hayward Senior is affordable to households earning 30% to 50% of the Alameda County Area Median Income.
Section 8: 
Yes

eden housing does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status, national origin, or any other arbitrary basis.