The Hope Center and Berkeley Way Apartments are a partnership between Berkeley Food & Housing Project and BRIDGE Housing.
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, 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.
General Contractor: Nibbi Brothers General Contractors
Architect: Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Living at Berkeley Way
Berkeley Way will offer 89 units of affordable housing, consisting of studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments. 22 units will be subsidized by the Project Based Section 8 Program by the Berkeley Housing Authority. One unit will be reserved for on-site staff. Income and other restrictions will apply.
The online application period will be from February 8 through February 23, 2022 on housing.acgov.org. Online applications are strongly encouraged. If, starting on 2/8, you require assistance accessing the online application, please call our leasing office at (510) 529-4415.
Applications must be submitted online by 5PM on Wednesday, February 23 and will be randomly ordered. Apply online to ensure your application is received on time. Alameda County live/work preference applies.
The overall development, a partnership between BRIDGE and Berkeley Food and Housing Project, also holds The Hope Center as a separate property. The Hope Center will be filled on a referral basis through coordinated entry.