BRIDGE develops high-quality sustainable housing for low- and moderate-income families, seniors, veterans, and those who have experienced homelessness.

Our development team leverages deep relationships with top-flight architects and contractors to deliver customized solutions, from permanent supportive homes to workforce and mixed-income housing, including mixed-use and transit-oriented developments that bring vital resources to neighborhoods.

Redevelopment & Revitalization

We are the partner of choice for many large, complex redevelopment projects that are revitalizing distressed public housing and long-neglected urban areas.

Case Study

Jordan Downs

Los Angeles, California

BRIDGE, alongside the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles and other partners, is helping to transform Jordan Downs, a historic public housing project in South L.A.’s Watts neighborhood, into a model mixed-income urban village. Our latest phase of the $1 billion redevelopment project entails building 119 apartments – 107 of them affordable – and landscaped open spaces as part of a reimagined 21-acre site with 1,400 units, parks, community facilities, restaurants, and retail. By building new homes before demolishing current units, we are not displacing current residents – many of whom have been hired as construction workers, among other jobs. As the largest urban revitalization project in L.A., Jordan Downs represents a model for the holistic transformation of public housing.

Estimated Completion: 2025

In my 40 years working in the housing industry, the Jordan Downs redevelopment effort has been one of the most complex projects to put together. This achievement is historic and was made possible through an unprecedented collaborative effort of HACLA staff, residents, community stakeholders, City leadership, and all those who understand that investment in Jordan Downs is more than about revitalizing public housing; it is an effort to help reshape Watts and bring new opportunities to help create a thriving community.”

Douglas Guthrie
President and CEO, Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA)

BRIDGE embraces best practices in sustainable design, advanced construction techniques, and inclusive community planning.

Transit-Oriented Development

BRIDGE works in partnership with public transportation agencies to deliver affordable housing solutions along heavily-used transportation corridors.

CASE Study

Casa Sueños

Oakland, California

Located in Oakland’s Fruitvale neighborhood, Casa Sueños provides 181 units of affordable housing, including 29 units for Section 8 subsidized housing and 46 units for permanent supportive housing, as well as 7,500 square feet of affordable commercial retail space reserved for a local nonprofit organization. In partnership with the Oakland Housing Authority and The Unity Council, this award winning, mixed-income, mixed-use, transit-oriented development allows for easy access to the Fruitvale BART station, a major AC Transit hub and the planned Bus Rapid Transit line.


Located within walking distance to the BART station, Casa Sueños will provide residents, including people who have experienced homelessness, with an affordable place to live, as well as access to a variety of amenities. We’re committed to investing in Oakland and the greater Bay Area and continue to work with local industry leaders like The Unity Council and BRIDGE Housing to help create and preserve affordable housing opportunities for the community.”

Cecile Chalifour
West Division Manager, Community Development Banking, Chase

Sustainable and Innovative Design

BRIDGE and our partners are dedicated to creating a more equitable and sustainable environment through innovative housing solutions.

CASE Study

Berkeley Way

Berkeley, California

Berkeley Way Apartments and the Hope Center, developed in partnership with Insight Housing, form the largest complex of affordable and permanent supportive housing and programs in Berkeley’s history. The side-by-side developments offer 89 affordable apartments for low- and extremely low-income families, 53 permanent supportive housing units, a 32-bed homeless shelter, 12 transitional beds for homeless veterans, a community kitchen, and programs for mental health, substance abuse, job training, and social activities. This $120 million award-winning community sets a high standard for environmentally sustainable design and construction, as a pilot project for the use of low-carbon concrete.


Nibbi Brothers and BRIDGE share a deep commitment to creating high-quality and sustainable communities. We are honored to be a part of this essential project and look forward to further collaboration with BRIDGE to deliver leading-edge affordable housing.”

Bob Nibbi

President and CEO, Nibbi Brothers General Contractors