Our goal is to create a continuum of low-income housing that is integrated into the fabric of a vibrant community, rich in transit and services.
Berkeley Way, scheduled to open in 2022, is a development in partnership with Berkeley Food & Housing Project, a leading agency that provides care to individuals and families experiencing homelessness.
Located in the heart of downtown Berkeley, the site includes two side-by-side developments: BRIDGE’s Berkeley Way Apartments with 89 affordable homes and services for low- and very low- income families; and the Hope Center, operated by Berkeley Food & Housing Project, with 53 permanent supportive housing apartments, a 32-bed homeless shelter, 12 transitional beds for homeless veterans, a community kitchen and wrap-around services for mental health, substance abuse, job training and social activities.
In addition to Berkeley Way, BRIDGE has partnered with the City of Berkeley to transform unutilized space at 1740 San Pablo. Once completed, there will be 54 beautiful new affordable homes for Berkeley families. With an anticipated 2023 groundbreaking, this development will further enhance BRIDGE’s work to address the housing crisis in Berkeley.
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Berkeley Needs Your Support!
Gifts from generous individuals allow BRIDGE to accelerate our work to address the housing crisis and intergenerational poverty through affordable homes and supportive resident programs and services. These are the building blocks to creating equitable change.
Please consider making a gift to support BRIDGE’s important work in Berkeley!