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2002 Potential Affordable Housing Sites Survey
This survey provides information on 559 vacant/underutilized sites that seem suitable for affordable housing development, ranging from single-family homes to larger scale multi-family housing. You can view the survey results below for each Council District.
The City conducted the survey from October 2002 to January 2003, under contract with the African American Construction Workers Association.
The survey provides information including zoning, size of the lot, Assessor's Parcel Number, and contact addresses and phone numbers for property owners.
The City does not own these sites and does not know whether the owners on the list are interested in selling their properties. If you are interested in specific sites on the list, please contact the owners directly.
The Survey has not been updated since it was completed in September 2002. If you find any changes or errors in the listings, please contact Eri Kameyama at (510) 238-6170.
Financial Assistance to Develop Affordable Housing: If you are interested in acquiring vacant or underutilized buildings or lots to build affordable housing developments with up to 20 units, you may be eligible for financing under the City's Vacant Housing Acquisition and Rehabilitation Program (VHARP).
For information on City-owned properties, please contact Real Estate Services at (510) 238-3541.
DOWNLOAD LISTINGS OF POTENTIAL HOUSING SITES IN EACH COUNCIL DISTRCT
The Downtown Area is excluded from this survey. Most of the sites identified in the survey are located in residential areas. The list doesn’t include vacant sites located on major commercial corridors that seem inappropriate for affordable housing development.
Click here for a map of the City Council Districts.