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List of Members


Non-profit Housing Developers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


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Legal Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0


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Board of Directors Pr esid e nt Ginger Hitzke Hitzke Development Corporation 251 Autumn Drive, Suite 100 San Marcos, CA 92069 Phone: (760) 798-9809 Fax: (760) 539-9978 E-mail: Vice P r e sid e nt Mary Jane Jagodzinski Community HousingWorks 4305 University Avenue,. Suite 550 San Diego, CA 92105 Phone: (619) 282-6647 Ext. 5710 Fax: (619) 640-7119 E-mail: CF O Simonne Ruff, CFO Corporation for Supportive Housing 328 Maple Street - 4th Floor San Diego, CA 92103 Phone: (619) 234-4102 Fax: (619) 232-3125 E-mail: Peter Bridge Sun Country Builders 138 Civic Center Drive, Suite 304 Vista, CA 92024 Phone: (760) 801-3555 Fax: (760) 630-3718 E-mail:

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Charles Davis Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation 404 Euclid Avenue San Diego, CA 92114 Phone: (619) 527-6161 ext. 152 Fax: (619) 298-2399 E-mail: Jon Derryberry Townspeople 4080 Centre Street, Suite 201 San Diego, CA 92103 Phone: (619) 295-8802 ext 103 Fax: (619) 295-4203 E-mail: Amy DeVaudreuil Goldfarb & Lipman, LLP 2260 El Cajon Boulevard, #922 San Diego, CA 92104 Phone: (619) 239-6336 Fax: (510) 836-1035 E-mail: Aruna Doddapaneni BRIDGE Housing Corporation 2202 30th Street San Diego, CA 92104 Phone: (619) 231-6300 ext. 505 Fax: (619) 231-6301 E-mail:

Tim O’Connell Century Housing Corporation 1000 Corporate Pointe Culver City, CA 90230 Phone: 310-642-2014 Email: John Seymour National Community Renaissance 4322 Piedmont Drive Suite A San Diego, CA 92107 Phone: (619) 223-9222 Fax: (619) 223-9220 E-mail: Paul Shipstead U.S. Bank 4747 Executive Drive San Diego, CA, 92121 Phone: 858-334-0704 Email: Se cr etary, Ex -Officio Susan Riggs Tinsky Executive Director San Diego Housing Federation 110 West C Street, Suite 1811 San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: (619) 239-6693 Fax: (619) 239-5523 E-Mail:

Since 1990, San Diego Housing Federation has been the collective voice of those who support, build, and finance affordable housing in the San Diego region.

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Each Spring, San Diego Housing Federation and active members of San Diego’s Affordable Housing community gather to honor those who exemplified the highest levels of integrity and service. 1 ◆

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2012 Award Winners 1 Housing Project of the Year ◆ More Than 50 Units

Government Agency ◆ Outstanding City of Escondido

Development Partner ◆ Outstanding Multi-Cultural Contractors Group

Crossings at Escondido, Urban Housing Communities LLC


Housing Project of the Year Fewer than 50 Units Riverwalk Apartments, Nestor, Affirmed Housing Group

3 Housing Project of the Year Special Needs Muncey Manor, Chula Vista, South Bay Community Services

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Housing Project of the Year Innovation 15th & Commercial, San Diego, Father Joe’s Villages

5 Housing Project of the Year Rehabilitation Vista Grande Apartments, Valencia Park, Wakeland Housing & Development Corporation

Craven Memorial Award ◆ John Margery Pierce, City of Oceanside

Outstanding Advocate Murtaza Baxamusa, San Diego Building Trades Family Housing Corporation

Community Services Department

Service to Residents ◆ Outstanding Resident Services Team,

San Diego Community Housing Corporation

Recognition Award ◆ Special Caroline Epps,

San Diego Interfaith Housing Foundation

Supportive Housing Award ◆ CSH Lead Provider Organizations for

Ending Homelessness in Downtown San Diego Campaign: VA San Diego Healthcare HUD-VASH Team; Mental Health Systems Center Star ACT Program; and Community Research Foundation Downtown IMPACT Program

Achievement Award ◆ Lifetime Richard Lawrence,

Affordable Housing Coalition

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Non-Profit Housing Developers BAME Renaissance CDC 3085 K Street San Diego, CA 92102 Contact: Monte Jones Phone: (619) 858-0563 Fax: (619) 858-0564 E-mail: Website: BRIDGE Housing Corporation Southern California* 2202 30th Street San Diego, CA 92104 Contact: Kimberly McKay Phone: (619) 231-6300 Fax: (619) 231-6301 E-mail: Website: *Developer Circle Member Number of Developments Total: 123 Completed 2012: 4 2013 Pipeline: 17 Number of Units Total: 14,115 Completed 2012: 423 2013 Pipeline: 2,139 Number of Residents: 37,000 Property Management (units): 5,610 BRIDGE Housing Corporation, a leading non-profit developer in California, creates and manages a range of affordable, high-quality housing for working families and seniors. Since it was founded in 1983, BRIDGE has participated in the development of over 14,000 homes throughout California.

Cascade Housing Association PO Box 115 Walterville, OR 97489 Contact: Kelly Williams Phone: (541) 726-6181 Fax: (541) 747-1535 E-mail: Page 8

Number of Developments Total: 14 Completed 2012: 1 2013 Pipeline: 3 Number of Units Total: 1,148 Completed 2012: 32 2013 Pipeline: 166 Number of Residents: 4,000 Cascade Housing Association is an Oregon based nonprofit public benefit housing provider. The non-profit was founded in 1993, and has developed, or acquired and rehabilitated, numerous multi-family affordable housing properties ranging in size from 30 units to 160 units in both urban and rural communities in Oregon, California, and Idaho.

City Heights Community Development Corporation 4001 El Cajon Boulevard, Suite 205 San Diego, CA 92105 Contact: Hanan Bowman Phone: (619) 584-1535 Fax: (619) 584-7992 E-mail: Website: Number of Developments: 12 Number of Units: 346 Number of Residents: 1,200 Property Management (units): 94 Mission: To enhance the quality of life in City Heights by working with our community to create and sustain quality affordable housing and livable neighborhoods and foster economic self-sufficiency. We accomplish our mission through a comprehensive program that has the following goals: (1) Increase the quality and availability of affordable housing (2) Help families and businesses earn save and invest more money (3) Improve neighborhood commercial and residential areas (4) Increase resident and community member involvement in community All households we serve directly as tenants are eligible for the Resident Self Sufficiency (RSS) Program including

Non-Profit Housing Developers computer training, job preparation and placement, financial literacy, and “Food and Living Essentials Pantry”. Staff conducts employment and employer development, job preparation and placement programs. Our Neighborhood Enhancement Program provides rehab assistance to low income homeowners unable to afford home rehab work. CHCDC also delivers an Active Transportation Program, promoting transit oriented redevelopment, “Get to Work” transit facilities, walkable neighborhoods, with an emphasis on safe routes to Schools. Our Community Engagement program is currently focused on the Colina Park neighborhood, involving residents in quality of life project planning and implementation.

Community HousingWorks* 4305 University Avenue, Suite 550 San Diego, CA 92105 Contact: Sue Reynolds Phone: (888) 884-4249 x 5690 Fax: (619) 640-7119 E-mail: Website: *Developer Circle Member Number of Developments: 30 Completed 2012: 1 2013 Pipeline: 1 Number of Units: 1,570 Completed 2012: 83 2013 Pipeline: 36 Number of Residents: 4,970 Founded in 1982, Community HousingWorks (CHW) is a non-profit that helps people and communities move up in the world by providing opportunities to own, rent and achieve. Own - CHW’s ownership programs include unique nonprofit realty, lending, classes and coaching services that help working families buy their first home. Rent - To provide everyone the stability of a rental home, CHW builds and owns attractive affordable apartments across San Diego County.

EDEN Housing, Inc. 22645 Grand Street Hayward, CA 94541 Contact: Linda Mandolini Phone: (510)582.1460 Email: Website: Eden Housing, Inc. revitalizes communities through a variety of housing development, property management and social services activities that meet the needs of lower income people. We build sustainable communitiesthrough the housing we produce, the professional property management we provide, the support services we offer to residents, the partnerships we establish, and the investments we make in neighborhoods throughout Northern California. Today, Eden Housing is not only the oldest, but stands out as one of the most productive, successful and fastest growing nonprofit affordable housing developers in California. Since our inception in 1968, we have developed more than 7,000 units of affordable housing. More than one-half of Eden Housing’s portfolio has been produced in the last one-third of our organization’s lifetime. We are recognized in the industry for our creative development approach that includes collaborating with local governments and tailoring projects to suit each locale. Eden is also committed to mentoring and supporting smaller, less-experienced communitybased organizations in their housing development efforts. However, our work is not simply defined by the housing we build for low-income residents. Housing development is but one aspect of a neighborhood revitalization strategy that also includes professional property management and human support services for residents. Each of these elements involves partnering with communities, investing in neighborhoods and empowering people.


Achieve - CHW offers effective programs in financial fitness and money management, financial coaching, youth education, and community leadership.

Our comprehensive service model offers solutions and support to over 8,000 children and adults annually. CHW is a nationally recognized role model for affordable housing construction and “green” development and innovations. We are San Diego’s only member of the national NeighborWorks Network® and a proud affiliate of the National Council of La Raza.

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Non-Profit Housing Developers Housing Development Partners of San Diego, Inc. 1335 5th Avenue San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Marco Vakili Phone: (619) 889-7560 E-mail: Number of Developments: 6 Completed 2012: 1 2013 Pipeline: 2 Number of Units: 789 Completed 2012: 17 2013 Pipeline: 200 Housing Development Partners (HDP) is a nonprofit affiliate of the San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC) created in 1990. HDP’s mission is to develop housing for low- and moderate-income San Diegans through the rehabilitation of existing properties and new construction. HDP strives for housing that is functional, financially practical, environmentally sustainable and compatible with its surroundings. Its portfolio includes buildings specially designed for seniors, families, workers and tenants with special needs.

Interfaith Community Services 550 W. Washington Avenue, Suite B Escondido, CA 92025 Contact: Lila Fetherolf Phone: (760) 489-6380 Fax: (760) 740-0837 E-mail: Website: Number of Developments: 17 Number of Units: 110 Number of Residents: 450 Property Management (units): 110 Interfaith Community Services, Inc. is a non-profit organization that partners with over 400 diverse faith communities in North San Diego County. Interfaith was formed in 1979 by a small group of local faith communities who wanted to pool their resources to better serve the needs of the poor and homeless in North County. In response to those needs, Interfaith developed a unique, comprehensive continuum of services that helps people Page 10

in crisis return to self-sufficiency. Interfaith’s programs include hot meals and food pantries; emergency, transitional, and permanent housing; social services; legal and tax clinics; homelessness prevention services; youth programs; veterans services; employment services and computer labs; senior programs; addiction recovery and community connections. All of Interfaith’s programs are designed to help people help themselves — to offer a hand up, not a handout. Interfaith’s housing programs include recuperative care beds, winter shelter, shelters for homeless men and women with mental illness, transitional housing for homeless families and veterans, permanent supportive housing for disabled individuals, families and seniors, and permanent affordable housing for families.

Jamboree Housing Corporation 17701 Cowan Avenue, Suite 200 Irvine, CA 92614 Contact: Mary Jo Goelzer Phone: (949) 263-8676 Fax: (949) 263-0647 E-mail: Website: Number of Developments Total: 66 Completed 2012: 2 2013 Pipeline: 2 Number of Units Total: 6,700 Completed 2012: 118 2013 Pipeline: 186 Number of Residents: 14,580 Jamboree Housing Corporation strengthens California communities by creating opportunities for lower-income families, seniors, and those with special needs to access housing that is affordable, resident services that are responsive, and programs essential to improving the quality of their lives. Since 1990 Jamboree has developed more than 6,700 quality homes for Californians. Its resident services division, Housing with HEART (Helping, Educate, Activate and Respond Together), has delivered more than 84,000 hours of free services in the past five years to the residents living in our communities. Jamboree with a corporate office in Irvine, California and regional offices in Sacramento and San Diego, builds and rehabilitates apartment communities throughout the state.

Non-Profit Housing Developers Las Palmas Housing 531 Encinitas Boulevard, Suite 206 Encinitas, CA 92024 Contact: Joseph Michaels Phone: (760) 944-9050 Fax: (760) 944-9908 E-mail: Website: Number of Developments: 61 Number of Units: 6,087 Number of Residents: 12,756 Las Palmas Housing (aka Las Palmas Foundation) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit housing corporation dedicated to helping communities rebuild for a brighter future by assisting low- and moderate-income residents with programs and assistance to address the critical needs of affordable housing. The officers of Las Palmas have more than 30 years of experience in developing affordable housing communities. We have extensive experience in land acquisitions, entitlements, finance, construction and property management, as well as providing culturally–sensitive social service programs. Las Palmas’ communities consist of senior and multifamily affordable housing. Our portfolio includes new construction, rehabilitation, and repositioning of existing apartment buildings, as well as, the preservations of HUD project based section 8 buildings.

LINC Housing 110 Pine Avenue, Suite 500 Long Beach, CA 90802-4422 Contact: Hunter Johnson Phone: (562) 684-1101 Fax: (562) 684-1137 E-mail: Website: Number of Developments: 55 Number of Units: 5,254 Number of Residents: 35,000

affordable homes with life-enhancing services for seniors and families. LINC is an acronym for Limited Income Communities, formed in 1984 to address the need for affordable housing. Through our collaboration with local governments and financial institutions we have had a hand in creating more than 6,000 units of affordable housing, with each housing community unique to its neighborhood and the residents who call it home. Our apartment and mobile home communities serve a multitude of limited-income residents including seniors, families, farm workers, and special needs households in both rural and urban settings and serve as venues for our residential programs. LINC and our city partners are working to change the face of California by creating inclusive communities in otherwise exclusive housing markets.

MAAC Project 1355 Third Avenue Chula Vista, CA 91911 Contact: Mariajulia Urias Phone: (619) 426-3595 Fax: (619) 426-2173 E-mail: Website: Mission: The mission of the MAAC Project is to promote self-sufficiency for low and moderate income families and communities of Southern California through advocacy for, and delivery of, social, educational, housing and employment services.

Mercy Housing California 1500 South Grand Avenue, Suite 100 Los Angeles, CA 90015 Contact: Ben Phillips Phone: (213) 743-5820 Fax: (213) 743-5828 E-mail: Website:

Mission: To provide housing for people underserved by the marketplace.


LINC Housing builds, renovates, and preserves

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Non-Profit Housing Developers National Community Renaissance* 4322 Piedmont Drive, Suite A San Diego, CA 92107 Contact: John Seymour Phone: (619) 223-9222 Fax: (619) 223-9220 E-mail: Website: *Developer Circle Member Number of Units: 9,500 Number of Residents: 27,000 Property Management (# of units): 9,500 National Community Renaissance (National CORE) is a non-profit housing development organization dedicated to neighborhood revitalization and enhancement by building new mixed-use communities, mixed-income communities, affordable family and senior projects, and managing quality, service-enriched affordable housing. National CORE also acquires, renovates and converts marketrate apartment communities into affordable housing communities. Through its social services foundation, Hope Through Housing, National CORE is committed to improving communities and residents’ lives by providing services including after-school tutoring, computer centers, senior wellness classes and more. Working closely with city and local government officials, we offer housing solutions, from acquisitions to property management.

North County Solutions for Change 722 West California Avenue Vista, CA 92083 Contact: Tammy Megison Phone: (760) 941-6545 Fax: (760) 941-1715 E-mail: Website: As one of San Diego County’s fastest growing nonprofits, Solutions for Change delivers a complete package solution for communities serious about solving the complex problems associated with family homelessness. Solutions for Change specializes in the development and management of permanent supportive housing, and

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because of this more difficult financing and management structure, the Solutions team handles less heart-racing affordable housing deals with relative ease. In addition to creating more homes for families to live, the Solutions forte is readily seen in developing people. Solutions does this by building meaningful and purposeful connections with their tenants for the sole purpose of equipping and inspiring people to achieve their dreams. By adding a spirited and engaging connection for the purpose of serving for the sake of others, trust is quickly established and the results are what many see as epically excellent. Engage us and you’ll see why.

Pacific Southwest Community Development Corporation 16935 West Bernardo Drive, Suite 238 San Diego, CA 92127 Contact: Robert Laing Phone: (858) 675-0506 Fax: (858) 675-0702 E-mail: Website: Number of Developments: 54 Number of Units: 5,400 Pacific Southwest Community Development Corporation is a 501 c 3 corporation. Our primary task is to act as Managing General Partner for our properties and to develop housing as a principal. We provide a very wide range of services to our residents with a volunteer and part time staff of about 130. Our goal is to empower residents to provide tutoring and classes at the properties for the benefit of the children and their parents. In addition PSCDC works with numerous organizations to provide useful and relevant services to its residents.

Rebuilding Together 2013 Franklin Avenue San Diego, CA 92113 Contact: Cheryl Keenan Phone: (619) 231-7873 Fax: (619) 231-7870 E-mail: Website:

Non-Profit Housing Developers Rebuilding Together San Diego (RTSD) is a local affiliate of the largest National volunteer home renovation organization in America. Established and independently operated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit since 1995, our grassroots organization leverages financial support with a volunteer workforce, and renovates and preserves affordable housing for the elderly, disabled and lowincome families in our community who own their home, but because of age, physical limitation and low and/or fixed incomes are unable to make the necessary home repairs themselves. Community non-profit facilities are also beneficiaries of our efforts. RTSD has five programs in place: the rehabilitation of Homes and Community Facilities; a minor home repair program called “Safe at Home;” Taking it to the Streets Program—which lends our tools and equipment for community groups to organize their own clean-ups, while RTSD organizes our own neighborhood revitalization projects; our Pass Along Program shares donated new building materials with other non-profits at a nominal cost to assist in addressing deferred maintenance; and our acquisition/rehab/sale of REO properties to sustain affordable, workforce housing throughout San Diego.

SDCLT homeowners are not able to purchase market rate houses. But through this shared-equity model of housing, already employed by over 200 other CLTs nation-wide, first-time homebuyers can reap such traditional rewards of homeownership as asset building, tax benefits, and neighborhood stability. In return, through the resale formula, the CLT homeowner agrees to share the sale proceeds when the home is sold, thus assuring that the home is affordable to the next low-income buyer just as it was for them.

San Diego Community Land Trust 3295 Meade Avenue San Diego, CA 92116 Contact: Anastasia Brewster Phone: (619) 495-8393 E-mail: Website:

The National City Park Apartments is a 22-acre lowand-moderate income apartment community owned by the San Diego County Building Trades Family Housing Corporation. These 453 units house approximately 700 adults and 1000 children, and provide a Learning Resource Center (in collaboration with Sweetwater Union High School District) and a Child Development Center in National City. Since 1986 half of all residents have vacated to become first time homeowners. The San Diego Building Trades Council in partnership with San Diego Labor Council and John Muir Charter School operate a Youth Build program on-site where they train young adults without an HS diploma, construction skills to work towards a diploma, at the same time building community facilities.

San Diego Community Land Trust (SDCLT) is a nonprofit organization that holds title to land and preserves its long-term availability for affordable housing, serving households with 80% area median income and below. Permanent affordability is achieved through the use of a resale formula, which allows homeowners modest equity gains.

The corporation also began exploratory planning for additional projects for housing veterans, seniors and low-income working families in San Diego and Imperial counties.


The SDCLT Board of Directors has collectively developed hundreds of affordable housing units for numerous forprofit and non-profit organizations throughout Southern California and has deep community development experience. Believing in the CLT model, the Board has worked tirelessly to establish the SDCLT as a new and innovative rung on the housing ladder in San Diego County.

San Diego County Building Trades Council Family Housing Corporation 3737 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 202 San Diego, CA 92108 Contact: Murtaza Baxamusa Ph.D., AICP Phone: (619) 358-3805 Fax: (619) 521-2917 Email: Website:

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Non-Profit Housing Developers San Diego Habitat for Humanity 10222 San Diego Mission Road San Diego, CA 92108 Contact: Lori Pfeiler Phone: (619) 283-4663 Fax: (619) 516-5264 E-mail: Website: Number of Developments: Completed 2012: 2 2013 Pipeline: 4 Number of Units: Total: 45 2013 Pipeline: 23 San Diego Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. We build simple, decent and affordable homes in partnership with local families in need. Our mission is to eliminate substandard, poverty housing from our community by building and renovating homes. We believe that decent housing is a matter of conscience and action. SDHFH builds simple and decent, affordable homes for ownership by low-income families with donations of money, materials and labor. SDHFH offers “a hand up, not a handout” to partner families who invest 250 hours “sweat equity” per adult helping to build their own homes. Families then purchase their homes through zero-profit, zero-interest 25-year mortgages. Families qualify for the Habitat program based on need for improved housing, willingness to partner with SDHFH through sweat equity, and ability to repay the mortgage.

San Diego Interfaith Housing Foundation* 7956 Lester Avenue Lemon Grove, CA 91945 Contact: Matthew Jumper Phone: (619) 668-1532 Fax: (619) 667-0891 E-mail: Website: *Developer Circle Member Number of Developments: 16 Number of Units: 1,095

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Number of Residents: 3,000 Property Management (# of units): 1,075 Mission: San Diego Interfaith Housing Foundation is dedicated to provide, operate, sustain and advocate for quality, safe, affordable housing for low-income persons that fosters diverse community and life enrichments. Interfaith has nine developments with a total of 900 units. This faith-based developer works with housing developments for families and seniors. They also offer other services such as computer labs, educational/job training and social services. It also has a non-profit affiliate that manages all its properties as well as for governmental agencies.

San Diego Youth Services 3255 Wing Street San Diego, CA 92110 Contact: Kevin Sweeney Phone: (619) 223-4383 Fax: (619) 223-5721 E-mail: Website: Number of Developments: 5 Number of Units: 70 Number of Residents: 96 Property Management (# of units): 64 Mission: To help at-risk youth become self-sufficient and reach their highest potential by investing in them, strengthening their families and building their communities. Our vision is strong, healthy communities where all youth are valued and achieve their highest potential. San Diego Youth Services (SDYS) is a nonprofit charitable organization that since founded, has stabilized the lives of over 500,000 homeless, runaway, abused and at-risk youth in the San Diego area. Launched in 1970 when volunteers established one of the first runaway youth shelters in America, SDYS now provides intensive services to more than 9,000 children and their families each year. This nationally recognized agency offers emergency services, safe places to live, and long-term solutions for youth “on their own” by providing shelters, group homes, foster homes, community centers and transitional housing. Professional help for high risk youth is provided at all 14 major locations in San Diego County.

Non-Profit Housing Developers Southern California Housing Collaborative 9201 Spectrum Center Boulevard, Suite 110 San Diego, CA 92123 Contact: Nathan Schmid Phone: (858) 514-7009 Fax: (858) 552-1445 E-mail: Website: Mission: To locate and secure affordable housing opportunities for persons with developmental disabilities. The Southern California Housing Collaborative works on behalf of the more than 18,000 consumers of the San Diego Regional Center. The San Diego Regional Center (SDRC) serves as a focal point in the community through which a person with a developmental disability and his or her family can obtain services and be linked to other community resources within San Diego and Imperial Counties. SCHC has assisted in relocating more than 100 families with at least one person who has a developmental disability in the past three years. More than half of SCHC’s success stories have been the very first tenants in brand new properties. Of the 105, 30 people who use wheelchairs now have a roll in, wheelchair accessible shower for the first time in their lives. SCHC has partnered with Chelsea investment Corporation as a Managing General Partner / Limited Partner at two new, multi-unit affordable housing properties. One was is in San Diego County and the other is in the City of Calexico in Imperial County.

S.V.D.P. Management, Inc. (DBA Father Joe’s Villages)* 3350 E Street San Diego, CA 92102-3332 Contact: Bill Bolstad Phone: (619) 446-2100 Fax: (619) 446-2129 E-mail: Website: *Developer Circle Member

Number of Developments: 5 Number of Units: 365 Number of Residents: 621 Property Management (# of units): All Following the motto of “neighbors helping neighbors,” the mission of Father Joe’s Villages is to help our neighbors in need break the cycle of homelessness and poverty. Along with partner agency St. Vincent de Paul Village, we provide housing, healthcare, food, clothing, education, job training and child development in an internationally modeled “one-stop-shop” approach. Since 1987, Father Joe’s Villages has constructed and rehabilitated over 670,000 square feet of residential space in San Diego, incorporating a community medical and dental clinic, high school, grade school, dining facilities, career and adult education center, and additional space for providing social services to indigent and homeless persons. As a part of its continuum of care, Father Joe’s Villages provides a full array of housing services from rapid re-housing and shelter diversion to permanent and permanent supportive housing allowing those overcoming homelessness a “no wrong door” opportunity for independence, self-sufficiency and quality of life.

The Association for Community Housing Solutions (TACHS) 5151 Murphy Canyon Road, Suite 120 San Diego, CA 92123 Contact: Kimberly Russell-Shaw Phone: (858) 277-3757 Fax: (858) 277-3788 Email: Website: Number of Developments: 4 Number of Units: 111 Number of Residents: 126 Property Management (# of units): All The Association for Community Housing Solutions (TACHS) was established and incorporated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit housing developer in 1994 with a communitybased Board of Directors of nine members. TACHS is a permanent supportive housing developer who focuses on creating housing for low-income, homeless persons living with serious mental illness and other chronic disabilities.

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Non-Profit Housing Developers We strive to develop housing where our special needs tenant population can live independently and receive integrated supportive services to improve their quality of life and stop the cycle of homelessness. TACHS developed and operates four affordable housing complexes in the City of San Diego: the Reese Village Apartments, the Paseo Glenn Apartments, the Reverend Glenn Allison Apartments, and the Cove Apartments. Other projects are currently under development. All projects serve tenants at or below 60% AMI. In addition to being a developer, TACHS created and operates a Resident Services program which utilizes a Stage-Wise Approach, while serving as a liaison to contracted supportive service providers with the goal of stopping the cycle of chronic homelessness. For Administrative and Development inquiries, please contact TACHS’ Executive Director, Kimberly RussellShaw at For information relating to Tenant and Resident Services, please contact TACHS’ Associate Director, Jon Walters at

Townspeople Inc. 4080 Centre Street, Suite 201 San Diego, CA 92103 Contact: Jon P. Derryberry Phone: (619) 295-8802 Fax: (619) 295-4203 E-mail: Website: Number of Development: 3 Number of Units: 66 Number of Residents: 107 Property Management: (# of units): 66 Mission Statement: To consistently provide access for low income people and specifically those living with HIV/AIDS to affordable housing and other human services to enable self-sufficiency.

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Visionary Home Builders of California 465 La Tortuga, Suite A Vista, CA 92081 Contact: Justin Llata Phone: (619) 403-9172 Email: Website:: Number of Developments: 22 Number of Units: 1,300 Number of Residents: 3,500 Property Management (# of units): 50 Visionary Home Builders of California (formerly ACLC, Inc.) is a non-profit residential development company headquartered in Stockton for the past 29 years. CEO Carol Ornelas is an advocate for providing quality “affordable housing” for families within the tri-county area (San Joaquin, Sacramento and Stanislaus). Visionary Home Builders has built and rehabilitated over 1200 units of rental housing and over 500 residential homes for first time homebuyers within San Joaquin, Sacramento, Stanislaus and Merced County. A perfect example of Visionary Home Builders is its work with the County of San Joaquin in the development of a community of 76 units of housing for Farmworker families who live here all year round. The community includes childcare with an emphasis on early development, social services and a medical clinic. In addition to housing, Visionary Home Builders offers a wide variety of educational classes including foreclosure prevention, money management and classes for first time homebuyers. After the classes, housing coaches will continue to work with the individuals to make sure all needs are met. From housing to education, Visionary Home Builders aims to help as many people as possible in the tri-county area.

Wakeland Housing & Development Corporation* 1230 Columbia Street, Suite 950 San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Rebecca Louie Phone: (619) 235-2296 Fax: (619) 235-5386 E-mail: Website: *Developer Circle Member

Non-Profit Housing Developers Number of Developments Total: 35 2013 Pipeline: 4 Number of Units Total: 5,857 2013 Pipeline: 385 Number of Residents: 23,428 Wakeland Housing and Development Corporation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that delivers solid expertise in the development of affordable housing, creating highquality residential projects that address the needs of the communities we serve. Since our founding in 1998, we have become a leader in the California affordable housing industry. Working alone and with a variety of for-profit and nonprofit partners, we’ve built a portfolio of more than 30 affordable housing communities with close to 5,800 homes. Each of our projects showcases our commitment to building and operating cost-efficient communities with superior on-site programs and services for residents. We run our organization and create new housing with the following core principles in mind: QUALITY: Wakeland’s affordable communities are beautifully designed, cost-efficient, and sustainable. EXPERTISE: Wakeland’s talented staff excels at structuring complex development deals with a wide range of funding sources. PARTNERSHIP: Wakeland is a committed, responsive development partner – providing creative solutions to a variety of housing needs. RESIDENT SUCCESS: Wakeland’s industry leading on-site services provide residents with access to the resources they need to meet their goals.

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Business Members Advantage Environmental Consultants 145 Vallecitos De Oro, Suite 201 San Marcos, CA 92069 Contact: Dan Weis Phone: (760) 744-3363 Fax: (760) 744-3383 E-mail: Website: Advantage Environmental Consultants, LLC is a nationwide environmental consulting firm which provides value-oriented and client-specific solutions to the diverse environmental issues faced by its clients which include: developers (including affordable housing), lenders, REITs, law firms, public agencies, property managers, municipalities, land conservancies, industrial and commercial enterprises and other public agencies. AEC offers standardized assessment as well as customized analysis of environmental contamination and constraints issues and assessments of health and ecological hazards. Our team includes professional geologists, professional engineers, environmental scientists, biologists, Certified Industrial Hygienists as well as asbestos inspectors, project designers and monitors, lead inspectors, and mold inspectors.

Affirmed Housing Group* 13520 Evening Creek Drive North, Suite 160 San Diego, CA 92128 Contact: Katelyn Silverwood Phone: (858) 679-2828 Fax: (858) 679-9076 E-mail: Website: *Developer Circle Member Number of Developments Total: 33 Completed 2012: 3 2013 Pipeline: 4 Number of Units Total: 3,000+ Completed 2012: 200 2012 Pipeline: 318

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Affirmed Housing Group is dedicated to improving and sustaining the viability of California communities through the development of well-designed and professionally managed affordable housing. Achieving this mission of excellence will be accomplished by promoting neighborhood revitalization through innovative design techniques to improve distressed communities and by strengthening healthy communities. Affirmed Housing Group works with community stakeholders and civic leaders to respond to their varied interests. We create affordable housing for work-force and senior households. We utilize in-fill land, sustainable building methods, and renewable energy to relieve communities of escalating environmental burdens.

AMCAL Multi-Housing Inc.* 2082 Michelson Drive, Suite 306 Irvine, CA 92612 Contact: Mario Turner Phone: (949) 863-9408 Fax: (949) 863-9428 E-mail: Website: *Developer Circle Member AMCAL Multi-Housing, Inc., one of the nation’s leading housing development companies, has been developing quality rental and ownership residential properties throughout California since 1978. The company has received numerous awards and honors for its work from leading industry groups and publications. AMCAL has built much of its reputation on the strength and integrity of its construction affiliate, AMCAL General Contractors (AGC), which constructs all of AMCAL’s projects. AMCAL has been providing a broad range of housing opportunities throughout the state, serving all income levels. AMCAL has extensive experience with publicprivate partnerships in the development of a broad range of housing types, including for sale, rental, mixed-income, mixed-use, and transit-oriented communities. The company specializes in affordable multifamily housing utilizing the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program.

Business Members Arroyo Insurance Services 600 South Lake Avenue, Suite 306 Pasadena, CA 91106 Contact: Robyn Grandy Phone: (626) 792-7654 Fax: (626) 584-0839 E-mail: Webiste: Arroyo Insurance Services has provided risk management support and insurance coverage solutions for non-profit housing developers for over 25 years. Our unparalleled expertise and personal attention to risk is unique and is specifically tailored to the needs and challenges of each client. Specific areas of practice: Pre-Development, Construction, Contractual Risk Transfer, Managed Assets, Corporate Governance, Risk Management & Loss Control, Social & Human Services, Resident Services, Volunteer Programs, Staff Training and Education, Employee Benefits. Please contact our expert team to discuss how Arroyo Insurance Services may bring you value and peace of mind. Our goal is to provide greater protection for your organization that allows you more time and resources to further your mission and community impact.

Barney and Barney 9171 Towne Center Drive Ste 500 San Diego, CA 92122 Contact: James Laverty Phone: (858) 875-3045 Fax: (858) 768-5210 E-mail:

Barone Galasso and Associates, Inc. 1528 India Street San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Leo Hurmiz Phone: (619) 232-2100 ext. 3 Fax: (619) 232-2127 E-mail: Website: Number of Developments: 5 Number of Units: 274 Number of Residents: 350-400 Property Management (units): 274

B of I Federal Bank 4350 La Jolla Village Drive, 6th Floor San Diego, CA 92112 Contact: Gregory Matthews Phone: (858)764-6597 Email: Website: C&C Development 14211 Yorba Street, Suite 200 Tustin, CA 92780 Contact: Todd Cottle Phone: (714) 288-7600 ext. 250 Fax: (866) 570-0728 E-mail: Website: C & C Development (C&C) is an affordable housing developer with a commitment to develop and rehabilitate quality affordable housing communities. C&C exists to create healthy, safe and attractive housing for families and seniors. C&C’s goal is to develop affordable housing communities in order to strengthen individuals, families, neighborhoods and Cities at large. We are committed to providing people with high quality, low-cost developments and responsive management services, while creating enjoyable and productive living

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Business Members environments. We are committed to the enhancement of our communities through their aesthetics, economic vitality, and by our leadership and active participation in community affairs. We focus on the long-term financial stability of every project. Decisions are guided by economics without compromising integrity. The goal is to utilize the funds available in the most responsible way possible and to leverage funds in order to obtain maximum quality and quantity of production. C&C’s extensive experience in structuring complex project financing enables it to use a variety of funding sources, including: tax exempt bond, low-income housing tax credit, HUD and conventional financing. Our creativity in applying a multitude of funding sources to individual projects allows us to successfully develop affordable projects. C&C has never sold an affordable community that we have developed. We have a proven track record of successfully managing and operating projects on a longterm basis.

Chelsea Investment Corporation* 5993 Avenida Encinas Suite 101 Carlsbad, CA 92008 Contact: James Schmid Phone: (760) 456-6000 Fax: (760) 456-6001 E-mail: Website: *Developer Circle Member Number of Developments: 49 Number of Units: 6,582 Property Management (units): 4,480 Chelsea Investment Corporation is a real estate company focused on the financing and development of affordable housing. Chelsea was established in 1984 by James J. Schmid, who still serves as CEO. To date, Chelsea has developed over 6,500 units of affordable housing throughout California, New Mexico, and Arizona including San Diego, Imperial, Sacramento, Stanislaus, Kern, Tulare, Lea (NM), and Yuma (AZ) counties.

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Competitive Edge Construction, Inc. 27250 Via Industria Avenue, Suite B Temecula, CA 92590 Contact: Steve Wilson Phone: (951) 296-1699 Fax: (951) 296-1447 E-mail: stevew@ Website: www.competitiveedgeconstruction. com Competitive Edge Construction, Inc. has been providing general contracting and construction management services in Southern California since 1984. The firm offers a full spectrum of design, preconstruction, development, planning and construction services.

Competitive Edge Construction, Inc. provides comprehensive Construction Management, Design/Build and General Contracting services for a variety of public and private projects. We have built a strong reputation for quality construction specializing in Multi-Family Affordable Housing projections as well as commercial, residential, and academic projects throughout California. The firm has extensive understanding of subcontractor, architect and owner relationships. Our teamwork approach has helped CEC become a company that produces high-quality projects with determination, integrity and professionalism.

ConAm Management Group 3990 Ruffin Road, Suite 100 San Diego, CA 92123 Contact: Deanna O’Brien Phone: (858) 614-7385 Fax: (858) 614-7585 E-mail: Website:

Business Members Dahlin Group Architecture Planning, Inc. 539 S. Cedros Avenue Solana Beach, CA 92075 Contact: Nancy Keenan Phone: (858) 350-0544 Fax: (858) 350-0540 E-mail: Website:

Gresham Savage 501 West Broadway, Suite 800 San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Karolina Ericsson Phone: (619) 794-0050 E-mail: Karolina.Ericsson@GreshamSavage. com Website:

Dahlin Group Architecture Planning is dedicated to the enhancement of community and the built environment through creative, quality, and appropriate design. Our expertise in Urban Design, Affordable and Senior Housing, Community Residential, Custom Homes, Commercial Recreational, and Design Visualization is the breadth of our professional services. Our goals are to deliver projects on time, on budget, exceeding expectations and contributing sustained profitability through integrated design expertise.

The Hampstead Companies 3413 30th Street San Diego CA 92104 Contact: Tricia Hadzicki Phone: (619) 564-6851 Fax: (619) 543-4220 E-Mail: Website:

Everyday Energy 5865 Avenida Encinas, Suite 142A Carlsbad, CA 92008 Contact: Scott Sarem Phone: (760) 607-7200 Fax: (760) 529-4862 E-mail: Website:

Everyday Energy has designed, financed, and installed the most Multiple family Affordable Solar Housing projects in the state of California. Based in Carlsbad, California, Everyday Energy is exclusively focused on bringing the benefits of renewable energy to the affordable housing community. We provide no cost and low cost options for non-profit community housing companies to place solar electricity on their properties that offset tenant and common area electric bills through virtual net metering. This accomplished through the use of our proprietary solar services agreement. Everyday Energy is a mission driven solar company that is dedicated to working with the affordable housing community.

The Hampstead Group serves as a parent to a group of vertically integrated companies dedicated to serving the affordable housing and community development industries paving the way toward the creation of innovative housing solutions and implementing sustainable technologies serving its residents, clients and investors. For over 15 years, the Hampstead Group has developed over 30 affordable projects that total over 3,800 residential units. The Hampstead Group has substantial experience in designing, processing, financing, constructing, adminstering housing developments for lower income persons funded and administered in accordance with federal, state and local subsidy programs. The Group has over 20 properties in its portfolio nationwide. These projects total over 2,400 units of affordable housing that provide needed housing for over 6,000 residents.

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Business Members Henderson Consulting 7773 Highwood Avenue La Mesa, CA 91941 Contact: Robert Henderson Phone: (619) 980-8699 Fax: (619) 466-2827 E-mail: Henderson Consulting’s knowledge of construction, design, and development is invaluable to many developers and general contractors by insuring a project’s viability through the use of construction management principles. As being part of an overall TEAM management style, we can be responsible for coordination of various consultants (i.e.; engineers, architects, and designers) and general contractors. Henderson Consulting is a Certified Green Building Professional member of “Build it Green” (GreenPoint Rated California) and has aspiration of becoming a LEED AP consultant. Henderson Consulting is very proactive to insure that renewable energy and Green/Sustainable Building is part of the Affordable Housing industry.

Hitzke Development Corporation 251 Autumn Drive, Suite 100 San Marcos, CA 92069 Contact: Ginger Hitzke Phone: (760) 798-9809 Fax: (760) 539-9978 E-mail: Website: Hitzke Development Corporation specializes in the development of mixed-use housing.

Ivy Landscape Architects 1947 Fern Street, Suite 4 San Diego CA 92102 Contact: Harry Mestyanek Phone: (619) 235-5360 Fax: (619) 235-5369 E-mail: Website:

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Founded in 1994 by Harry Mestyanek, Ivy specializes in a full range of landscape architectural and siteplanning services. Our focus for many years had been on Affordable, Multi-Family housing projects and on Seniors housing projects; from independent Seniors communities to Memory Care and Skilled Care communities. Ivy is personified by a group of individuals with a wide variety of educational, professional, and live experiences. Our four-person studio in the South Park neighborhood of San Diego brings them together, resulting in our specialized approach to Landscape Architecture and Planning. With a firm foundation based on partnerships with our Clients and associated Professionals, we offer open communication and creative problem solving as components of our services on every project. Our fourperson studio consists of three Licensed Architects; with Harry Mestyanek maintaining licenses in California, Utah, Arizona, and Nevada.

The John Stewart Company 888 S. Figueroa Street, Suite 700 Los Angeles, CA 90017 Contact: Lori Horn Phone: (213) 833-1860 Fax: (213) 833-1866 E-mail: Website: The John Stewart Company is a full service real estate management firm specializing in affordable housing throughout the state of California.

Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. 1660 Hotel Circle North, Suite 716 San Diego, CA 92108 Contact: Paul Marra Phone: (619) 718-9500 Fax: (619) 718-9508 E-mail: Website: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. is a premier provider of integrated real estate advisory services with a successful practice focused in the Western United States. Our specializations include public-private transactions, economic development & retail strategies, market feasibility analyses for individual projects along with

Business Members general & specific plans, fiscal and economic impact studies, affordable & inclusionary housing, and municipal services financing strategies. Keyser Marston serves a diverse client base throughout the West, including nearly every major municipality in California, as well as ports, transit agencies, base closure authorities, county and special districts, school districts, colleges and universities, hospitals, Indian tribes and large property owners.

LeSar Development Consultants 2410 First Avenue San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Jennifer LeSar Phone: (619) 236-0612 ext. 100 Fax: (619) 236-0613 E-mail: Website: LeSar Development Consultants (LDC) provides a full range of consulting services primarily to local governmental agencies responsible for affordable housing financing, redevelopment and economic development activities (including dissolution), community revitalization strategies, and preventing and ending homelessness. Founded in 2005 by Jennifer LeSar, LDC is certified by the State of California as a woman-owned, small business corporation and has three offices located in San Diego, Los Angeles, and Sacramento. The services LDC provides include, but are not limited to: project management; strategic planning; policy analysis and formation; financial management and analysis; grant writing; assessment of project feasibility; loan underwriting; program development; deal structuring and restructuring; and the evaluation and development of portfolio and asset management systems. Throughout its history, a primary focus of LDC’s services has been the provision of consulting services to governmental agencies managing and implementing affordable housing and community development programs, including HUD-funded programs and services. Those services have included: financial planning and analysis; development and sponsor feasibility analyses and loan underwriting for projects utilizing a variety of federal, state, and local resources; analysis of asset management systems; restructuring of troubled projects; project management; and training of public agency staff on various affordable housing and community redevelopment topics.

MVE Institutional, Inc. 3 MacArthur Place, Suite 850 Santa Ana, CA 92707 Contact: Ernesto Vasquez Phone: (949) 809-3380 Fax: (949) 809-3381 E-mail: Website: MVE Institutional (MVEI) is one of the country’s most innovative and respected design and planning organizations. Our team encompasses experienced designers, architects and planners, specializing in new construction, renovation, modernization, and master planning of a diverse range of public and private developments. Some of our strength and assets include: • Close to 40 Years of Design Experience • Award-Winning Designs on a Variety of Building Projects • Outstanding Professional Reputation in the Business Community and A/E/C Industry • Technical Expertise • On-Time/On-Budget Delivery • Commitment to Sustainable Design Among our portfolio of work is a diversity of residential and mixed-use assignments including Affordable Housing. Our most recent project is The Celadon located at 9th and Broadway in San Diego; this 17-Story tower consists of 250 affordable units designed to LEED Silver standards. Please visit our website for more information about our firm.

New Alternatives 4673 West Point Loma Boulevard San Diego, CA 92107 Contact: Nicolina Stary Phone: (216) 577-3068 Fax: (866) 241-7297 E-mail: Website: New Alternatives offers clients the benefit of 30 years of experience in HUD subsidized property management.

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Business Members This includes Section 8 contract administration, regulatory compliance, contract negotiation, liaison with government and private entities, interpretation and application of government regulations and laws, financial and compliance analysis, Section 504 Handicap Accessibility surveys, on-site reviews of management operations and full property management services. We also prepare competitive applications for HUD Section 202 and Section 811 grants and other HUD and State Agency programs and assist owners in the process of evaluating available refinancing options and mortgage placement.

Pat Getzel & Associates 510 First Avenue, Suite 304 San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Pat Getzel Phone: (619) 295-8929 Fax: (619) 295-8929 E-mail: Pat Getzel & Associates is a San Diego-based consulting firm specializing in housing and community development services including: • Initial feasibility studies and due diligence for site review and selection • Preparation or review of proformas for multi-family rental developments • Preparation of affordable housing finance applications • Loan closings with multiple funding sources • Technical assistance for local governments, non profit agencies and affordable housing developers • Financial and Development consulting for implementing the Mental Health Services Act funding program Ms. Getzel has over 25 years of housing and community development experience working in both Washington and California. She has extensive knowledge of various aspects of the affordable housing field including policy issues, creation of owner and renter programs and housing finance. PGA has prepared successful applications for: (1) tax exempt bond residential rental developments; (2) 4% and 9% tax credit projects; (3) State of California MHP and Emergency Shelter Grants; (4) various local government funds; and (5) Federal Home Loan Bank AHP program funds. Ms. Getzel has a Masters of Urban and Regional Planning degree from the University of Illinois and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hunter College in New York City. Ms. Getzel is an instructor in the Planning Certificate program of the University of California San Diego.

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PNC Real Estate 121 SW Morrison, Suite Portland, OR 97204 Contact: Matthew Harrington Phone: (503) 808-1349 Fax: (503) 808-1301 E-mail: Website: Portrait Homes 265 North Joy Street, Suite 200 Corona CA 92879 Contact: Terry Anderson Phone: (951) 520-8898 Fax: (951) 520-8878 E-mail: Website: Portrait Homes has been a licensed General Contractor since 1989, building quality multi-family residences throughout California. Portrait has experience building commercial buildings, luxury apartments, mixed-use buildings, and affordable apartments. Over the last 10 years our focus has been building affordable, low income and senior multi-family apartments for various apartment developers. We have extensive experience in prevailing wage projects and projects that require local hiring and local business participation goals. In addition to general contracting we offer the following additional services: minor/major tenant improvements (rehabilitation), project management services, construction management, value engineering review, and cost estimating.

Promise Energy 453 South Spring Street, Suite 520 Los Angeles, CA 90013 Contact: Andrew Mannle Phone: (213) 444-9100 E-mail: Website:

Promise Energy LLC, is a full-service solar and energy efficiency provider bringing multifamily affordable housing owners the benefits of energy savings. Through integrated design and complete financing solutions, we

Business Members make solar accessible and affordable on every possible project. To find out more, visit us at www.PromiseEnergy. com.

RBF Consulting 9755 Clairemont Mesa Boulevard San Diego, CA 92124 Contact: Jeff Barfield Phone: (858) 614-5027 Fax: (858) 614-5001 E-mail: Website: RBF Consulting, a Baker Company, is a full service firm providing planning, engineering, surveying, construction management, and related professional services since 1944. Our over 550 staff serve both public and private sector clients from 16 offices located in California, Arizona and Nevada. As a community engineer, RBF has been serving San Diego County clients for over 40 years and is organized to respond to the needs and trends in the region. We provide value-added solutions in the areas of civil, traffic and water resources engineering, environmental compliance (CEQA/NEPA), permit entitlements, land use and policy planning, urban design, surveying, mapping, construction management and inspection, and a wide range of related professional services. RBF has the expertise for effective planning and design as well as the experience to navigate projects through the approval process.

Rincon Consultants, Inc. 5135 Avenida Encinas, Suite A Carlsbad, CA 92008 Contact: Julie Marshall Phone: (760) 918-9444 Fax: (760) 918-9449 E-mail: Website:

SCS Engineers 8799 Balboa Avenue, Suite 290 San Diego, CA 92123 Contact: Daniel Johnson Phone: (858) 571-5500 Fax: (858) 571-5357 E-mail: Website: SCS is a recognized leader in environmental engineering and consulting with extensive experience in the affordable housing market. Since 1970, SCS has delivered uncompromised environmental, engineering, construction, operations, and maintenance solutions to our clients throughout the world. Dealing with environmentally impaired properties is our core business. SCS conducts environmental assessments and remediation services with a thorough understanding of the legal, regulatory, and implementation aspects of a project. Environmental assessment and remediation services provided by SCS include: • Phase I environmental site assessments • Subsurface investigations • Risk assessments • Hazardous material studies • Facility investigation, corrective measures, and closure • Environmental hydrogeology services • Remediation planning, design, and construction


Rincon Consultants is a multi-disciplinary environmental sciences, planning, and engineering consulting firm that provides quality professional services to government and industry. Rincon was established in 1994 and has grown to a firm of over 65 professionals located in six offices throughout California (Carlsbad, Riverside, Ventura, San Luis Obispo, Monterey, and Oakland). Our skilled

professionals have extensive on the job experience, and are formally trained to manage projects in urban, land use, and environmental planning; regulatory compliance; biological resource evaluation and habitat enhancement; soil evaluation and remediation; and related studies including problem-solving services in geology, hydrology, and waste management. We provide services categorized into seven core areas: • Environmental Planning • Biological Resources Assessment and Regulatory Compliance • Environmental Site Assessment and Remediation • Water Resources • Sustainability Services • Cultural Resources • GIS and Graphics

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Business Members Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP 333 S. Hope Street, 43rd Floor Los Angeles, CA 90071 Contact: Alfred Fraijo, Jr. Phone: (213) 617-5567 Fax: (213) 620-1398 E-mail: Website: SHEPPARD, MULLIN, RICHTER & HAMPTON, LLP is an AmLaw 100 firm, with over 600 Attorneys with offices in Century City, Los Angeles, Orange County, Palo Alto, San Diego, Del Mar, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Chicago, New York, Washington D.C., Beijing, Brussels, London, Seoul, Shanghai.

Skyline Innovations, Inc. 411 South Hewitt Street Los Angeles, CA 90013 Contact: Sandra Lee Phone: (925) 270-7634 E-mail: Website: Skyline Innovations delivers guaranteed savings to business and multifamily buildings by providing a fixed discount to customer’s utility rate for water heating. Our complete care program finances, installs, maintains and monitors commercial-scale solar water heating systems at no upfront cost to the customer.

Solari Enterprises 1572 N. Main Street Orange, CA 92867 Contact: Gianna Solari Phone: (714) 282-2520 Fax: (714) 282-2521 E-mail: Website:

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Solari Enterprises, Inc. is a full service property management organization specializing in multifamily affordable housing throughout California. Our portfolio includes multifamily housing for families, seniors, special needs, single room occupancy, mixed use as well as business parks, and commercial properties.

Squier Properties 3129 6th Street Santa Monica, CA 90405 Contact: Gary Squier Phone: (310) 581-9043 Fax: (310) 392-5831 E-mail: Website: Squire Sanders (US) LLP 555 S. Flower Street, 31st Floor Los Angeles, CA 90071 Contact: Andréa Caruso Townsend Phone: (213) 689-5157 Fax: (213) 623-4581 E-mail: andrea.townsend@squiresanders. com Website: Squire Sanders, an international, full-service law firm is committed to helping revitalize America’s communities. As bond counsel, special tax counsel, developer counsel, issue counsel and equity investor counsel, our 360-degree perspective on affordable housing finance means we can anticipate potential issues and bring creative solutions to your housing project. Attorneys in our public finance, real estate, tax and non-profit organizations practices have facilitated hundreds of affordable housing projects, including: taxable and taxexempt multifamily housing bond issues; HUD/GNMA and other federal programs; low-income, historic, and new markets tax credits; urban redevelopment financings; residential and health care units for the elderly; and various debt management products such as swaps and derivatives. We are proud of our ability to work collaboratively with other members of the project team in

Business Members a responsive and cost-effective manner, conserving our client’s valuable staffing resources.

Studio E Architects 2258 First Avenue San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Eric Naslund, FAIA, Phone: (619) 235-9262 Fax: (619) 235-0522 E-mail: Website: Studio E Architects is a collaborative of diverse professionals and experienced support staff. We offer an established reputation for design, planning and project management services. Studio E has been recognized with number local, national and international design awards including three National Design Awards from the American Institute of Architects for affordable housing projects. During the past 18 years, numerous public agencies, non-profit organizations and private developers have retained Studio E Architects for work on affordable housing development. Clients have included: BRIDGE Housing, Catholic Charities, City Heights CDC, Community HousingWorks, Episcopal Community Services, Mercy Housing, San Diego Interfaith Housing Foundation, South Bay Community Services and Wakeland Housing & Community Development. The work of Studio E Architects recognizes that building occupy specific settings and that the meaning and utility of architecture is necessarily grounded in its context. The conditions present at any site inspire solutions that connect people to the places they inhabit. This focus on both physical and cultural context produces an architecture that is responsive to the natural environment, embraces everyday phenomena and rituals, and expresses a richer understanding of its place. Much of the firm’s success can be traced to its work with local community groups. Studio E works to build consensus among stakeholder groups ensuring creative solutions that are embraced by the community while satisfying the goals of the sponsors.

SWS Engineering, Inc. 261 Autumn Drive, Suite 115 San Marcos, CA 92069 Contact: Bree Tsaniff Phone: (760) 744-0011 Fax: (760) 744-0046 E-mail: Website:

SWS Engineering, Inc. is a local small business with offices in San Marcos and Temecula, CA. Our staff of licensed Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors and Designers have successfully designed and provided land surveying and construction staking services for many projects throughout Southern California including: Affordable Housing/Mixed-Use, In-Fill Design, Educational Facilities, Biotechnology Centers, Medical Office Buildings, Commercial and Retail projects.

Urban Housing Communities, LLC 2000 East Fourth Street, Suite 205 Santa Ana, CA 92705 Contact: Mark Irving Phone: (714) 835-3955 Fax: (714) 835-3275 E-mail: Website: Number of Developments Total: 15 Completed 2011: 7 2012 Pipeline: 4 Number of Units Total: 755 Completed 2011: 260 2012 Pipeline: 250 Number of Residents: 2,507


Urban Housing Communities is a mission driven forprofit affordable housing development partner of Morgan Stanley and Bank of America specializing in multifamily and senior housing facilities in California and Hawaii. UHC was formed in 2003 by key executives of for-profit and not-for-profit organizations including AIG SunAmerica, ASL Housing, CalFed, J. Paul Getty Trust and the University of Notre Dame. Our combined industry experience has resulted in the financing or development of more than 10,500 units totaling over $750 million in affordable housing.

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Business Members Wermers Multi-Family Corporation 5120 Shoreham Place, Suite 150 San Diego, CA 92122 Contact: Barry Weber Phone: (858) 535-1475 Fax: (858) 535-0171 E-mail: Website: Wermers’ focus is one of relationships—with its clients, tradespeople, consultants and employees. This relationship-based philosophy, coupled with a firm, fair and competitive business philosophy, allows Wermers to continue its measured uphill growth. Our management team, with over 175 combined years of experience in the building industry, has built over 120 large residential projects, valued at over $500,000,000, since 1985. In order to achieve our success, a hands-on approach is taken by the team of key professionals. Every aspect of a project is scrutinized by the company’s specialists, from product design, to proforma projections, to final amenity package. Our team of specialists ensures that the final product will be one step ahead of the competition, yet cost sensitive. A secret to our longevity and success has been our relationship based low overhead, hands-on management style on all construction projects. Wermers employs highly experienced, technically competent managers and superintendents who personally oversee and direct all aspects of every project, every day. Wermers employs a team of very loyal subcontractors who have had first (and sometimes second) generation relationships with Wermers for many years. Our commitment to the production of high quality products delivered on time and within budget never waivers. Wermers is financially strong and enjoys excellent relationships with financial institutions, equity capital investors and our bonding company. Wermers’ relationship-based business philosophy of being both competitive and fair has resulted in an excellent reputation in the industry, which continues today.

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Westport Construction P.O. Box 661329 Arcadia, CA 91066 Contact: Joseph Santiesteban, AIA Phone: (626) 447-2448 ext. 100 E-Mail: jsantiesteban@ Website: In recent years Westport Construction has become the premier builder of affordable housing and community services projects in Southern California, having successfully completed more than 50 projects totaling over 3,000 housing units. The Westport team’s diverse mix of talents allows them to meet the needs of a broad spectrum of nonprofit and for-profit clients. Westport can provide a full range of preconstruction and construction services including Design/Build, Design/Bid/Build, costing and estimating, value engineering, and project management.

Willis Insurance Services of California One Bush Street, 9th Floor San Francisco, CA 94104 Contact: Marilyn Quinlan Phone: (415) 518-9692 Fax: (415) 982-7978 E-Mail: Website: Willis Insurance Services provides risk management and insurance broking services to all sectors of the affordable housing industry. Willis serves the owners, developers, property managers and contractors. Our affordable housing team serves more than 150 clients across the nation and collaborates nationally to identify risk and bring solutions to our clients.

Business Members WNC & Associates 17782 Sky Park Circle Irvine CA 92614 Contact: Lisa Castillo Phone: (714) 662-5565 Fax: (714) 662-4412 E-Mail: Website: WNC, founded in 1971 and headquartered in Irvine, California, is a nationwide syndicator of Low-Income Housing Tax Credits. Held by the same ownership since inception, WNC has acquired over $5.9 billion of assets totaling more than 1,100 properties in 45 states and the U.S. Virigin Islands. Additionally, WNC has been awarded four New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) allocations to date totaling $178 million and has facilitated development of 17 community renewal projects. WNC has experience with a wide variety of LIHTC projects including projects with state, historic, NMTC and Brownfield credits.

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Sponsoring / Contributing Members Allgire General Contractors, Inc. 3278 Grey Hawk Court Carlsbad, CA 92010 Contact: Richard Allgire Phone: (760) 477-8455 Fax: (760) 477-8461 E-mail: Website: Bank of America Merrill Lynch 333 South Hope Street, 20th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90071 Contact: Charmaine Atherton Phone: (213) 621-4816 Fax: (213) 621-4826 E-mail: Website: Bank of America Merrill Lynch and its affiliates provide community development banking, investment management services, and investment banking to California’s producers of affordable housing and the communities they serve. With more than 30 years of experience and expertise, Bank of America’s Community Development Banking team provides thoughtful advice and innovative financial solutions to developers of affordable housing and community development projects through community development lending (both taxable and tax-exempt), tax credit equity investments and real estate development. Bank of America Securities ranks among the leading underwriters of California municipal debt, including tax allocation and multifamily housing revenue bond financing.

Boston Capital One Boston Place Boston, MA 01208 Contact: Tom Dixon Phone: (310) 300-3430 Fax: (617) 624-8996 E-mail: Web site:

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Boston Capital, headquartered in Boston, MA, is a real estate investment and advisory firm specializing in tax advantaged investments in affordable multifamily housing and equity investment in market rate apartment communities. Boston Capital’s holdings include more than 2,260 multifamily apartment properties in 49 states and the District of Columbia, constituting more than 155,520 apartments with a development cost in excess of $14.3 billion. Boston Capital is the largest owner/investor of apartment properties in the United States. Boston Capital also specializes in third-party asset management for investors and state HFAs through Boston Capital Asset Management (BCAM).

Chase Community Development Banking 300 South Grand Avenue, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90071 Contact: Alice Carr Phone: (213) 621-8396 Fax: (213) 621-8401 E-mail: Web site: Chase distinguishes itself as a national leader in community development by providing loans, investments and community development services to meet the needs of low-and moderate income households and communities across the United States. We are proud of our involvement in helping develop vibrant and diverse communities capable of sustaining a high quality of life and economic opportunity. Through our Community Development Banking group, we provide a range of solutions that are delivering results across the United States.

Citi Community Capital 444 South Flower Street, 29th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90071 Contact: Richard Gerwitz Phone: (213) 486-7138 Fax: (213) 384-8104 E-mail: Website:

Sponsoring / Contributing Members Community Economics 538 9th Street, Suite 200 Oakland, CA 94607-3980 Contact: Joel Rubenzahl Phone: (510) 832-8300 Fax: (510) 832-2227 E-mail: Website: Community Economics, Inc. (CEI) provides non-profit organizations and public agencies with expert technical assistance in the financing and development of affordable housing. CEI has a broad range of expertise in all aspects of affordable housing development and related areas of real estate and community development. Through direct technical assistance to non-profit developers, and through involvement with local, state, and national housing policy issues, CEI has been at the forefront of the affordable housing movement, developing creative solutions and resources to meet the housing needs of low income people. CEI staff work with clients from the earliest conceptual stages of development—helping to assemble a development team and secure funding—through the successful completion of construction and commencement of operations. CEI strives to enhance the capacity of non-profit housing developers.

Heschong Mahone Group, Inc., a TRC Company 539 Encinitas Boulevard, Suite 105 Encinitas, CA 92024 Contact: Julieann Summerford Phone: (916) 962-7001 Fax: (760) 436-7014 E-mail: Website:

San Diego Gas & Electric® 8395 Century Park Court CP11H San Diego, CA 92123 Contact: Deborah Newell Phone: (858) 636-3935 Fax: (858) 636-5724 E-mail: Website: SDG&E® is a regulated public utility that provides safe and reliable energy service to 3.4 million consumers through 1.4 million electric meters and more than 850,000 natural gas meters in San Diego and southern Orange counties. The utility’s area spans 4,100 square miles. But we’re also more than a utility company. We’re leading many of the changes that are driving today’s smarter, cleaner and networked world. We’re connecting energy, people and the community by inventing ideas that allow energy to be produced and delivered in a smarter way. For more information, connect at

Union Bank 1901 Avenue of the Stars, Ste 600 Los Angeles, CA 90067 Contact: Johanna Gullick Phone: (310) 551-8967 Fax: (310) 551-8980 E-mail: Website: The Bank’s Community Development Finance Group (CDF) has a strong track record of providing excellent execution and comprehensive financing solutions. Our CDF team employs an expert staff with decades of experience in debt and tax credit equity financing and a passion for community development. Union Bank provides a combined debt and tax credit equity execution


On behalf of SDG&E, Heschong Mahone Group, Inc., a TRC Company, administers energy efficiency programs for multifamily properties. Energy Upgrade California-Multifamily (EUC-MF) is an energy efficiency incentive program offering whole building incentives for comprehensive rehabilitations. The Multifamily Energy Efficiency Rebate (MFEER) program provides individual rebates for equipment change-outs. Both EUC-MF and MFEER provide incentives for upgrades such as envelope (windows and insulation), heating and cooling,

water heating, lighting and appliances. Heschong Mahone Group, Inc. provides free technical assistance to multifamily owners and their teams to accomplish energy upgrades and serves as SDG&E’s single-point-of-contact for multifamily incentive program inquiries. Contact us at 1-866-352-7457 or at sdmultifamily@h-m-g. com to learn more and receive an initial evaluation of your property

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Sponsoring / Contributing Members as well as stand-alone debt and tax credit equity solutions including construction and permanent loans for affordable multifamily rental projects including private placement of tax-exempt bonds. Union Bank is a direct investor in tax credit equity investments in both 4% and 9% transactions. In addition, Union Bank provides banking products and services for the financing of low and very low-income housing

U.S. Bank 4747 Executive Drive, 3rd Floor San Diego, CA 92121 Contact: Paul Shipstead Phone: (858) 334-0704 Fax: (858) 334-0798 E-mail: Website: U.S. Bank’s Community Lending and Community Development Divisions help the San Diego community prosper by providing innovative financing solutions to address affordable housing and economic development issues. With the real estate expertise and experience in affordable housing financing, U.S. Bank has the distinct capacity to perform on complex projects in conjunction with multiple public and private funding sources. Partnering with developers, nonprofit housing organizations, government housing agencies and municipal housing agencies allows U.S. Bank to use the power of US to address the needs of the entire region.

Wells Fargo Foundation 1350 Fashion Valley Road., 2nd Floor San Diego, CA 92108 Contact: Wendell French Sally Lang Phone: (619) 688-2854 (949) 754-7432 Fax: (619) 688-3420 E-mail: Website: Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) is a nationwide, diversified, community-based financial services company with $1.4 trillion in assets. Founded in 1852 and headquartered in San Francisco, Wells Fargo Page 32

provides banking, insurance, investments, mortgage, and consumer and commercial finance through more than 9,000 stores, 12,000 ATMs, the Internet (, and has offices in more than 35 countries to support the bank’s customers who conduct business in the global economy. With more than 265,000 team members, Wells Fargo serves one in three households in the United States. Wells Fargo & Company was ranked No. 26 on Fortune’s 2012 rankings of America’s largest corporations. Wells Fargo’s vision is to satisfy all our customers’ financial needs and help them succeed financially. Wells Fargo’s Community Lending and Investment group provides debt and equity capital for economic development, job creation and affordable housing in areas of need nationwide. For more about Community Lending and Investment at Wells Fargo, visit: com/financing/real-estate/community-lending-investment.

Supporting Members Baldwin & Sons 610 West Ash Street, Suite 1500 San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Stephen Haase Phone: (619) 234-4050 Fax: (619) 234-4088 E-mail: Website: For over 50 years, Baldwin & Sons has developed master-planned communities in Southern California’s San Diego and Orange Counties. In that time, the company has built over 18,000 homes and has proudly earned a reputation for building high quality communities. Noted master plans include pedestrian friendly, award winning Otay Ranch in Chula Vista, Carmel del Mar in Carmel Valley, Portola Hills in Lake Forest and The Summit in Anaheim Hills. Baldwin & Sons maintains its commitment to quality neighborhoods through its core expertise— home building—as well as developing high quality apartments, mixed use, and commercial projects which support sustainable, balanced neighborhoods and provide residents the opportunity to live active, healthy, complete lifestyles surrounded by parks, schools, recreational, and commercial amenities.

Century Housing Corporation 1000 Corporate Pointe, Suite 200 Culver City, CA 90230 Contact: Aaron Wooler Phone: (310) 642-2019 Fax: (310) 258-0701 E-mail: Website: Number of Developments: 4 Number of Units: 532 Number of Residents: 1,000+ Property Management (# of units): 532

City of Escondido 201 North Broadway Escondido, CA 92025 Contact: Karen Youel Phone: (760) 839-4518 Fax: (760) 739-7024 Email: Website: City of Oceanside, Neighborhood Services Department 300 North Coast Highway Oceanside, CA 92054 Contact: Margery M. Pierce Phone: (760) 435-3360 Fax: (760) 757-9076 Email: Website: Evan Becker Consulting 3345 Ullman Street San Diego, CA 92106 Contact: Evan Becker Phone: (760) 803-2929 E-mail: Evan Becker Consulting is devoted to serving for profit, non-profit and governmental clients in the field of affordable housing and community development, with particular emphasis on affordable housing finance, program and policy development.


Century Housing is a private, nonprofit corporation working as a financial intermediary for affordable housing developers in California to provide quality, affordable, attractive housing. Century has helped create more than 15,000 affordable homes and apartments. Century’s loan and credit enhancement products include property acquisition and predevelopment loans, construction financing, bridge loans, and various structured financing

tools. Century has also financed, developed, owns and manages facilities leased to nonprofit service providers which provide childcare, substance abuse recovery, transitional housing and permanent supportive housing in Long Beach.

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Supporting Members Goldfarb & Lipman LLP 2260 El Cajon Boulevard #922 San Diego, CA 92104 Contact: Amy DeVaudreuil Phone: (619) 239-6336 Fax: (510) 836-1035 E-mail: Website:

ICON Builders 2461 Santa Monica Boulevard, Suite 150 Santa Monica, CA 90404 Contact: Allen “Kelly” Sands Phone: (310) 450-5661 Fax: (310) 450-4371 E-mail: Website:

Goldfarb & Lipman represents over 100 non-profit housing developers, public agencies, mutual housing associations, cooperatives, and community land trusts engaged in the production of low and moderate income housing, and utilizing a wide variety of public and private financing sources. We have been involved in the production of thousands of affordable housing units. We offer expertise in all areas of affordable housing development, including rental, cooperative, and condominium development, single family subdivision development, mobile home park conversions, inclusionary housing programs, government subsidy programs, low income housing tax credit syndications, bond financing, and HUD financing programs. We are knowledgeable about every phase of the housing process, from the creation of the development entity to financing, construction and management.

ICON Builders specializes in the renovation and new construction of multi-family and senior apartment projects. Our projects range from government assisted affordable housing properties though luxury apartments. We excel at occupied renovations. We have a passion for excellence, an eye for detail and over 60 years of building experience that has produced more than 17,500 residential units.

Hudson Housing Capital 525 B Street, Suite 1500 San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Philip Gorgone Phone: (619) 297-6500 E-mail: Website: Hudson Housing Capital (Hudson) is a tax credit syndicator committed to promoting and fostering the development of attractive affordable housing, nationwide. Founded in 1998, and owned by 3 principals, Hudson places equity capital in high-quality, low-income housing tax credit developments and specializes in urban and suburban properties in major metropolitan cities throughout the country. Since our formation, Hudson has funded over 300 low income tax credit investments consisting of over 30,000 multi-family and single-family units. Hudson has been a trusted and consistent source of tax credit equity throughout the economic downturn utilizing both proprietary CRA and yield driven investors in single investor funds. We have offices in New York, Boston, Irvine, San Diego and Virginia. Page 34

ICON Builders is established in 1984 as an off-shoot of a family owned subcontracting business that started in California in 1945. We serve all of California along with various western states. We are one of only 10 Contractors in America to achieve a Zero Risk Score as named by Travelers Insurance, the world’s largest Surety Company. Our bond limit per project is $75M with a $250M dollar total. Our primary focus is on occupied affordable housing renovations. These projects have required 28,000 temporary relocations and have been completed by minimizing the inconvenience to Residents. We consistently exceed the expectations of Residents and Owners. ICON Builders is known to develop workable scopes and manage complex logistics with ease and timeliness. Along with our joint venture partners, we offer comprehensive New Construction solutions including conceptual budgeting, pre-construction services, value engineering and excellent general contracting services. Locally in San Diego, ICON Builders has collaborated as General Contractor with LINC Housing on Arbor Village (112- unit, occupied family community) and most recently with C & C Development Group on Sorrento Towers (198unit, 14 story occupied senior community).

Supporting Members Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation 404 Euclid Avenue San Diego, CA 92115 Contact: Charles Davis Phone: (619) 527-6160 Fax: (619) 527-6162 E-mail: Website: Number of Developments: 5 Number of Units: 21 Number of Residents: 13 Property Management (# of units): 21 The Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation is an operating foundation that operates on the premise that residents must own and drive the change that takes place in their community for it to be meaningful and long lasting. JCNI explores and implements new ways to partner for community change through entrepreneurial projects, hands-on learning relationships, and the creative investment of resources. Our goals are to unite residents, organizations, and funding partners to build the social well- being of the neighborhoods, foster the creation of businesses, jobs, and community wealth, support the enhancement of the physical environment through neighborhood-owned assets, and expand the avenues and opportunities for resident participation in the planning, decision-making, implementation, and ownership of community change.

Novogradac & Company LLP PO Box 7833 San Francisco, CA 94120 Contact: Jim Kroger Phone: (415 356-8016 E-mail: Website:

Red Capital Group 3033 Fifth Avenue, Suite 210 San Diego, CA 92103 Contact: Nick Hamilton Phone: (619) 471-0110 Fax: (619) 471-0123 E-mail: Website: RED CAPITAL GROUP, LLC has provided over $52 billion of integrated debt and equity capital since 1990 to the multifamily, student and seniors housing, and health care industries through three operating companies. Red Mortgage Capital, LLC is a leading Fannie Mae DUSÂŽ and MAP- and LEAN-approved FHA lender with a mortgage servicing portfolio of more than $15 billion. Red Capital Markets, LLC (MEMBER FINRA/ SIPC) is a leader in the distribution of Fannie Mae and Ginnie Mae Project MBS and provides structuring, underwriting, placement and advisory services for tax-exempt and taxable housing and health care bonds. Red Capital Partners, LLC provides proprietary debt and equity solutions and asset management in a range of forms including subordinated gap and bridge loans. RED CAPITAL GROUP, LLC, a subsidiary of ORIX USA Corporation, is headquartered in Columbus, Ohio and employs approximately 180 people across eight offices nationwide.

Rodriguez Associates Architects and Planners 2445 Fifth Avenue, Suite 220 San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Carlos Rodriguez Phone: (619) 544-8951 Fax: (619) 544-8941 E-mail: Website: The firm, founded by Carlos S. Rodriguez A.I.A., provides a full range of architectural services. With over thirty years experience, Mr. Rodriguez has earned a reputation of dedication, knowledge, creativity and strict adherence to his client’s program and budget. Our office specializes in housing/community development projects and understands the positive impact the built

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Supporting Members environment has on livable environments. Rodriguez Associates have been involved in numerous non-profit and market rate projects. Firm projects include singlefamily homes, multi-family residential projects, churches, community/recreation centers, day-care facilities and master planned communities Our company strongly believes the design of buildings is more than just structures. It is an investment in people. An architectural design must incorporate the aspirations and hopes of the owner and the community. Rodriguez Associates also understands today’s market demands for a realistic design - capable of being constructed in an affordable and timely manner. Each project is approached in a comprehensive professional manner, considering the client’s needs, budget and time limitation. A complete design must consider aspirations of our communities as well as the practical issues required by a challenging market.

San Diego Community Housing Corporation 6160 Mission Gorge Road, Suite 204 San Diego, CA 92120 Contact: J. Robert St. Germain Phone: (619) 876-4222 Fax: (619) 876-4218 E-mail: Website: Number of Developments: 9 Number of Units: 1,200 Number of Residents: 4,500 Property Management (# of units): 184 San Diego Community Housing Corporation’s (SDCHC) mission is to increase, preserve, and improve quality, affordable housing opportunities for working families in San Diego. Funded in 1994 as a California tax-exempt housing and community development corporation, our vision is to become a premier housing and community development organization recognized for developing, preserving, and maintaining quality housing projects that support individuals, families, and neighborhoods in reaching their fullest potential. SDCHC manages and is in partnership with nearly 1,500 multi-family apartment units, has acquired and rehabilitated 79 single family homes, and 5,000 individuals benefit from the Learning Centers, which provide high quality community and resident service programs. Page 36

Sudberry Properties 5465 Morehouse Drive, Suite 260 San Diego, CA 92121 Contact: Marco Sessa Phone: (858) 546-3000 Fax: (858) 546-3009 E-mail: Website: Sudberry Properties Inc is a San Diego based real estate development and asset management firm that specializes in quality shopping center projects and mixed-use urban communities. Our mission is to create public places within our shopping centers and mixed-use communities that enhance people’s quality of life—while being sensitive to our environment.

Sun Country Builders 138 Civic Center Drive, Suite 204 Vista, CA 92084 Contact: John Ahlswede Phone: (760) 630-8042 Fax: (760) 630-3718 E-mail: Website: Sun Country Builders has been specializing in the construction of affordable housing since the early 1980’s, and was the general contractor on the second tax credit project built in California. Professional, ethical, and responsive, SCB has over 4000 units of affordable housing on its resume. Always dedicated to a quality product, in the new millennium, Sun Country Builders is sharpening its focus on sustainable, “green” construction, offering LEED-accredited project management, and a track record of successful photovoltaic installations.

Supporting Members Vitus Group 169 Saxony Road, Suite 103 Encinitas, CA 92024 Contact: David Beacham Phone: (760) 557-1480 E-mail: Website: COMMITMENT Vitus brings talent, principle, and drive to build sustainable communities. For nearly two decades Vitus Group has successfully contributed to the revitalization and preservation of quality affordable housing through sound development and wise investments. Recognizing the value of residents, colleagues, and partners, Vitus is committed to developing quality affordable housing, fostering pride of home in communities today and into tomorrow. PRESERVATION Geographically positioned in markets that have the greatest disparity in area median income (AMI) to cost of housing, Vitus serves those communities with the greatest need. Leveraging existing programs and new resources, Vitus re-capitalizes properties preserving housing and targeting deeper levels of affordability. VITUS Vitus is a nationally recognized leader in the development of affordable housing. With offices located in San Diego, Seattle, Hawaii, and New York, Vitus has developed and owns more than 80 properties with more than 7,000 units in 14 states. Vitus continues to develop and preserve housing in communities across the country with the expertise and pragmatic problem solving upon which the company was founded, providing measurable and beneficial social outcome for residents, communities, and stakeholders.

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Government Members California Municipal Finance Authority 2111 Palomar Airport Road, Suite 320 Carlsbad, CA 92011 Contact: Ben Barker Phone: (760) 930-1266 Fax: (760) 683-3390 E-mail: Website:

The Housing and Redevelopment Department of the City of Carlsbad administers the City’s CDBG and HOME programs, the Section 8 Rental Assistance Program and the Inclusionary Housing Affordable Housing Program. The Department also administers all redevelopment projects and programs for the City’s two Redevelopment Areas – Village Redevelopment Project Area and South Carlsbad Coastal Redevelopment Area. The Department is responsible for processing land use and related permits for projects within the redevelopment areas.

The California Municipal Finance Authority (CMFA) is a Joint Powers Authority created to strengthen local communities by assisting with the financing of economic development and charitable activities throughout the State of California. With the goal of giving back to California communities, the CMFA assists local governments, nonprofits and businesses with the issuance of taxable and tax-exempt financing aimed at improving the quality of life in California.

City of Chula Vista Redevelopment & Housing 276 Fourth Avenue Chula Vista, CA 91910 Contact: Leilani Hines Phone: (619) 585-5722 Fax: (619) 585-5698 E-mail: Website:

City/County Reinvestment Task Force 1122 Broadway, Suite 300 San Diego CA 92101 Contact: Maggie Ruiz Phone: (858) 694-8729 Fax: (858) 694-4871 E-Mail: The RTF is a quasi-public entity established in 1977 by resolution of the City Council and Board of Supervisors. It is charged to “monitor lending policies and practices and to develop strategies for reinvestment.” It is chaired by County Supervisor Roberts, has five banks and five community organizations as appointed members.

City of National City 1243 National City Boulevard National City, CA 91950 Contact: Alfredo Ybarra Phone: (619) 336-4279 Fax: (619) 336-4286 E-mail: Website:


City of Carlsbad 2965 Roosevelt Street, Suite B Carlsbad, CA 92008 Contact: Debbie Fountain Phone: (760) 434-2815 Fax: (760) 720-2037 E-mail: Website:

City of La Mesa 8130 Allison Avenue La Mesa CA 91942 Contact: William Chopyk Phone: (619) 667-1187 Fax: (619) 667-1380 E-Mail: Website:

Government Members City of Poway Redevelopment Agency 13325 Civic Center Drive Poway, CA 92064 Contact: Bob Manis Phone: (858) 668-4601 Fax: (858) 668-1213 E-Mail: Website: Poway’s housing programs improve the quality of life for residents and the business community by providing a variety of affordable housing options for seniors, working individuals, families, and people with special needs. Programs include construction of new affordable housing, first time homebuyer programs, shared housing services, home improvement loans, and assistance to local nonprofit organizations that support affordable housing.

City of San Marcos 1 Civic Center Drive San Marcos, CA 92069 Contact: Harry Williams, Beth Nielsen Phone: (760) 744-1050 Fax: (760) 744-9520 E-mail: Website: Civic San Diego 401 B Street, Suite 400 San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Jeff Graham Phone: (619) 533-7181 Fax: (619) 236-9148 E-mail: Website:

County of San Diego Department of Housing & Community Development 3989 Ruffin Road San Diego, CA 92123 Contact: Todd Henderson Phone: (858) 694-8750 Fax: (858) 694-4871 E-mail: Website: At the Department of Housing and Community Development, we are working hard to improve the quality of life in our communities—helping needy families find safe, decent and affordable housing and partnering with property owners to increase the supply and availability of affordable housing. The Department of Housing and Community Development provides many valuable services to both property owners and tenants and strives to create more livable neighborhoods that residents are proud to call home. Our key service programs improve neighborhoods by assisting low-income residents, increasing the supply of affordable, safe housing and rehabilitating both business and residential properties in San Diego County.

San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) 401 B Street, Suite 800 San Diego, CA 92101-4231 Contact: Susan Baldwin Phone: (619) 699-1943 Fax: (619) 699-1905 E-mail: Website: San Diego Housing Commission 1122 Broadway, Suite 300 San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Richard Gentry Phone: (619) 578-7531 Fax: (619) 578-7360 E-mail: Website:

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Government Members The San Diego Housing Commission is an affordable housing developer, a lender and a rental assistance provider through the federal Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8), which serves more than 14,000 lowincome households. The agency also plays a major role in San Diego’s efforts to end homelessness. Overall, the San Diego Housing Commission serves 125,000 low-income San Diegans annually, providing the following programs and services: loans for first-time homebuyers; grants for home rehabilitation; blood lead level testing in schools for children; removal of leadbase paint and home health hazards; self-sufficiency programs for our clients who are receiving federal rental assistance; winter shelter program for veterans and adult men and women; federal housing vouchers for a variety of community programs serving homeless San Diegans and veterans; and developer loans and bond financing to create affordable housing rental units for families and seniors. Established in 1979, the Housing Commission is a statechartered entity governed by the Housing Authority of the City of San Diego. Comprised of the eight members of the San Diego City Council, the Housing Authority has final authority over the Housing Commission’s budget and major policy decisions. A seven-member Board of Commissioners, appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council, oversees Housing Commission operations.

U.S. Department of HUD 750 B Street, Suite 1600 San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Frank Riley Phone: (619) 557-5310 Fax: (619) 557-5312 E-Mail: Website: HUD is the Federal agency that works to help the nation’s communities meet their development needs, spur economic growth in distressed neighborhoods, provide housing assistance for the poor, help rehabilitate and develop moderate and low-cost housing, and enforce the nation’s fair housing laws.

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Non-profit Intermediary, Lender, CDFI California Housing Partnership Corporation 800 South Figueroa Street, Suite 760 Los Angeles, CA 90017 Contact: Paul Beesemyer Phone: (213) 892-8775 Fax: (213) 892-8776 E-mail: Website:

LISC San Diego 4305 University Ave. Ste 420 San Diego, CA 92105 Contact: Joseph Horiye Phone: (619) 528-9058 Fax: (619) 528-9060 E-mail: Website:

CHPC is a non-profit consulting firm whose mission is to assist non-profit and government housing agencies to create, acquire and preserve housing affordable to lower income households, while providing leadership on housing preservation policy and funding.

Mission: LISC helps resident-led, community based development organizations transform distressed communities and neighborhoods into healthy ones — good places to work, do business, and raise children. By providing capital, technical expertise, training, and information, LISC supports the development of local leadership and the creation of affordable housing, commercial, industrial and community facilities, businesses, and jobs.

Corporation for Supportive Housing 328 Maple Street, 4th Floor San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Simonne Ruff Phone: (619) 234-4102 Fax: (619) 232-3125 Email: Website: For 20 years, CSH has led the national movement to end homelessness through supportive housing. We serve the needs of the most vulnerable families and individuals, while improving the way that public systems work. CSH is a national nonprofit organization and community development financial institution that helps communities create permanent housing with services to prevent and end homelessness. CSH advances its mission by providing advocacy, expertise, leadership, and financial resources to make it easier to create and operate supportive housing. Supportive housing is affordable housing linked to accessible mental health, substance addiction, employment, and other support services and provides people who are homeless for the long term with a way out of expensive emergency public services and back into their own homes and communities.

Low Income Investment Fund 800 South Figueroa Street, Suite 760 Los Angeles, CA 90017 Contact: Cecile Chalifour Phone: (213) 627-9611 ext. 103 Fax: (213) 627-2528 E-mail: Website: The Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF) invests capital to support healthy families and communities. Since 1984, LIIF has served one million people by providing $1 billion in financing and technical assistance. Over its history, LIIF has supported efforts to create and preserve: 56,000 units of affordable housing; 180,000 child care spaces; 56,000 spaces in schools; and 3.5 million square feet of community facilities and commercial space. LIIF’s work has generated $21 billion in family income and societal benefits. LIIF has offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York City and Washington, D.C.

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Non-profit Intermediary, Lender, CDFI Merritt Community Capital Corporation 1970 Broadway, Suite 250 Oakland, CA 94612 Contact: Bernard Deasy Phone: (510) 444-7870 E-mail: Website: Merritt Community Capital Corporation is a California based and focused nonprofit Low Income Housing Tax Credit syndicator. Merritt has been in the industry for more than 23 years contributing expertise, knowledge, and equity. We have worked with our affordable housing partners to create quality, safe affordable rental housing for Californians in 47 cities in 22 California counties. Merritt was created in 1989 by the City of Oakland to address housing needs in Oakland, and has since expanded to invest in multi-family affordable rental housing throughout California. Merritt has created 14 partnerships and one direct investment fund to provide equity to affordable housing, a return to investors, and CRA credit. Merritt is also a long standing member of the National Association of State and Local Equity Funds, a group of syndicators dedicated to advancing affordable housing nationwide.

National Equity Fund 13310 Aubrey Street Poway, CA 92604 Contact: Jason Barrios Phone: (562) 508-0430 E-mail: Website: National Equity Fund, Inc. is a national syndicator of lowincome housing tax credits with one of the largest portfolios of projects in the marketplace. Our $8.8 billion portfolio includes 2,025 projects (121,720 units) that respond to a diversity of local housing concerns. We invest tax-credit equity in multifamily and single-family developments, as well as in supportive housing, public housing revitalization, assisted living and historic rehabs. We also provide 15-Year transition planning and various levels of technical assistance and asset management to support our partners’ development. NEF also manages LISC’s $623MM New Markets Tax Credits activities, which stimulate the investment of private capital in distressed communities. Page 42

Other Non-profit Members Affordable Housing Advocates 4305 University Avenue, Suite 110 San Diego, CA 92105 Contact: Catherine Rodman Phone: (619) 233-8441 Fax: (619) 233-8474 E-mail: Website: www.affordablehousingadvocates. org Affordable Housing Advocates provides free, high-quality legal services to the low income in impact housing and tenant’ rights cases. AHA specializes in enforcement of laws that require the planning, funding and development of affordable housing through advocacy, co-counseling, consulting, education, and representation. Under the Tenants’ Rights Projects, supported in part by the State Bar of California’s Legal Services Trust Fund Program, AHA works with tenants, advocates and community organizers to protect and enhance tenants’ rights, including access to timely, comprehensive and effective code enforcement.

American Lung Association in California 2750 4th Avenue San Diego, CA 92106 Contact: Ofelia Alvarado Phone: (619) 683-7520 Fax: (619) 297-8402 E-mail: Website: The American Lung Association in CA/San Diego provides technical assistance to property owners/manager, management companies, affordable housing providers and housing authorities on implementing a no smoking policy. Our services include: resident surveys, presentations to staff and residents, lease and lease addendum, house rules, announcements, letters to residents, trainings, and more. We provide one-on-one consulting tailored to the individual needs of the property at no cost. Informational Packets are available for Property Owners, Residents, Affordable Housing, and Condo Owners upon request. Our goal is to increase the availability of no smoking policies in multi-unit housing within San Diego County benefiting both the property owner’s investment and the health of residents.

Heartland Coalition 701 B Street, Suite 360 San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Mark Hanson Phone: (619) 261-7180 Fax: (619) 443-0177 E-mail: Website: Mission: The mission of the Heartland Coalition is to serve low income residents of San Diego County with projects in the area of career and community development, healthcare, environmental protection and clean energy, disaster relief, education and public art. The Coalition generates high road, win/win partnerships that create good jobs, capable employees and sustainable communities.

Home Start Inc. 5005 Texas St. Ste 203 San Diego, CA 92108 Contact: Laura Mustari Phone: (619) 692-0727 Fax: (619) 692-0785 E-mail: Website: Home Start operates a Maternity Shelter Program for homeless or at-risk for homelessness, pregnant or parenting young women (18-24) and their dependent children.

Housing Opportunities Collaborative 1100 Broadway San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Vino Pajanor Phone: (619) 283-2200 Fax: (619) 283-2201 E-mail: Website: Housing Opportunities Collaborative (HOC) is a coalition of HUD approved housing counseling, fair housing, social service and city agencies that promote housing opportunities. Started in the San Diego region, its mission is “to promote equal access to housing for all persons in the re-

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Other Non-profit Members gion, especially low income and underprivileged individuals and families, by educating the public concerning home ownership and landlord-tenant rights and responsibilities, seeking financial and capacity building resources, providing financial and other resources, monitoring compliance with housing related laws, and conducting related activities,” and its mantra is “Housing For All.” HOC conducts HOME Clinics and Workshops to assist distressed homeowners, first time homebuyers and tenants by educating and providing appropriate resources.

Interfaith Shelter Network of San Diego 3530 Camino Del Rio North Ste 301 San Diego, CA 92108 Contact: Rosemary Johnston Phone: (619) 702-5399 Fax: (619) 238-1526 E-mail: Website: The Interfaith Shelter Network operates emergency winter shelters at congregations region-wide between October and May and also operates a year-round transitional housing program for homeless battered women with children at a confidential site in the metropolitan San Diego area.

LifeSTEPS, Inc. 4041 Bridge Street Fair Oaks, CA 95628 Contact: Beth Southorn Phone: (916) 965-0110 ext. 207 E-mail: Website: Our Mission is to provide effective educational and supportive services to maximize the strengths of individuals and build resilient communities. We do this by providing comprehensive social services to the residents of affordable housing communities. Low-income families maintain stable housing through our case management, education and emergency assistance services. At LifeSTEPS, we are there to catch people before they fall deeper into poverty and avoid homelessness by adhering to the highest standard of service possible. Our vision is that every person touched by LifeSTEPS will be empowered with the

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skills, resources and support to maintain stable housing and break the cycle of poverty

San Diego Rescue Mission 120 Elm Street San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Herb Johnson Phone: (619) 819-1890 Fax: (619) 234-4101 E-mail: Website: Founded in 1955, San Diego Rescue Mission responds to the needs of homeless men, women, infants and children by reaching out and touching lives—helping them to find hope for the future. Today, ours is one of the largest rescue missions in California, bringing hope, faith, love and a sense of community to those we serve. Our core programs include: • Recovery Program for Men offers treatment in chemical dependency, anger management, personal growth, relapse prevention, and life skills, including literacy and financial management. • Women and Children’s Center provides much of the same assistance as the Men’s Center program, but adds information in overcoming domestic violence and prostitution and stresses parenting, family reunification, drug/ alcohol recovery, job training, and individual and group counseling. • Nueva Vida Haven is an emergency overnight shelter women and children those escaping the dangers of the streets, domestic violence, mental illness or other abusive situations. • Outpatient Therapy Clinic provides free clinical therapy and case management to the homeless, those at risk for homelessness, and those at or below poverty level. • Recuperative Care Program provides short-term housing, meals, case management, and supportive services to chronically homeless persons while they recover from acute illnesses or injuries. • Partners for Hunger Relief collects perishable food from many donors (e.g. retail stores, restaurants) and “recycles” to hungry people in the area through its network of feeding programs.

Trade Associations Affordable Housing Coalition of San Diego PO Box 3483 San Diego, CA 92163 Contact: Teresa Quiroz Phone: (619) 325-0277 Fax: (619) 584-5748 E-mail: The Affordable Housing Coalition of San Diego is an alliance of social service, labor, environmental, faithbased and neighborhood organizations plus affordable housing advocates, seniors, persons with disabilities, academics, and public policy professionals working together to address the affordable housing crisis.

California Community Economic Development Corporation 244 South San Pedro, Suite 412 Los Angeles, CA 90012 Contact: Ralph Lippman Phone: (213) 625-0105 Fax: (213) 625-1227 E-mail: Website: CCEDA’s membership is comprised of organizations actively engaged in revitalizing California’s neighborhoods, including resident driven community development corporations, local governments, community action agencies and faith based institutions. CCEDA members produce results through a full range of community building strategies including real estate development—housing, retail and commercial—business assistance and lending, social services, and job training and creation. CCEDA provides its members a clearinghouse for information and action that advances the field of community economic development through training and continuing education, technical assistance, and advocacy on public policy.

strategies including real estate development—housing, retail and commercial—business assistance and lending, social services, and job training and creation. CCEDA provides its members, and other organizations, a clearinghouse for information and action that advances the field of community economic development through training and continuing education, technical assistance, and advocacy on public policy.

California Reinvestment Coalition 474 Valencia Street, Suite 110 San Francisco, CA 94103-3415 Contact: Kevin Stein Phone: (415) 864-3980 Fax: (415) 864-3981 E-mail: Website: The California Reinvestment Coalition (CRC) is a non-profit membership organization of more than two hundred non-profit organization and public agencies across California. Working with community-based organizations, CRC advocates for the economic revitalization of California’s low-income communities and communities of color. CRC promotes increase access to credit for affordable housing and community economic development, and to financial services for these communities.

Downtown San Diego Partnership 401 B Street, Suite 100 San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Janelle Riella Phone: (619) 234-0201 Fax: (619) 234-3444 E-mail: Website:

CCEDA has served California since 1986. Its membership is comprised of organizations actively engaged in revitalizing California’s neighborhoods, including resident driven community development corporations, local governments, community action agencies and faith based institutions. CCEDA members produce results through a full range of community building

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Trade Associations Housing California 900 J Street, 2nd Floor Sacramento, CA 95814 Contact: Shamus Roller Phone: (916) 447-0503 ext 104 Fax: (916) 447-1900 E-Mail: Website: Housing California believes the solution to California’s broken housing market is increasing the supply and variety of safe and affordable homes that meet the different needs of Californians. Preventing homelessness and helping families find decent places to live has been it’s mission since 1979. HCA includes a statewide coalition of more than 1,000 non-profit developers, homeless service organizations and regional and local affordable home advocates.

Non-profit Housing Association of Northern California (NPH) 369 Pine Street, Suite 350 San Francisco, CA 94104 Contact: Dianne Spaulding Phone: (415) 989-8160 Fax: (415) 989-8166 E-mail: Website: The Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California (NPH) is the collective voice of those who support, build and finance affordable housing. NPH promotes the proven methods of the non-profit sector and focuses government policy on housing solutions for lower income people who suffer disproportionately from the housing crisis. NPH was created in 1979 to strengthen and grow the non-profit housing community in Northern California. Our 700 members include the full spectrum of housing practitioners, including non-profit housing developers of all scopes and sizes, for-profit developers, housing advocates, local governments, financial institutions and environmental and faith-based groups. While extremely diverse, our supporters share a singular passion for making the Bay Area a more affordable and equitable place to live.

Sacramento Housing Alliance 1800 21st Street, Suite 100 Sacramento, CA 95811 Contact: Bob Erlenbusch Phone: (916) 455-4900 Fax: (916) 455-4917 E-mail: Website: San Diego Association of Non-profits PO Box 503353 San Diego, CA 92150-3353 Contact: Rosemary Downing Phone: (619) 886-5354 Fax: (760) 745-3300 E-mail: Website: SANDAN’s mission is to promote, connect and lead a vibrant and effective nonprofit sector that advances the well being of the San Diego region. SANDAN employs the following the strategies to achieve their mission: 1) providing leadership and capacity that strengthens and supports the nonprofit sector; 2) advocating for the interests of the nonprofit sector; 3) promoting the San Diego region nonprofit sector and its successes and connecting them to resources; 4) coordinating and connecting all nonprofit sub-sectors; 5) unifying the nonprofit sector voice; 6) tracking and reporting on key social and sector indicators and social return on investment in nonprofits; 7) creating bridges and linkages to government and business; 8) and advancing the highest standards of ethical nonprofit practice.


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Trade Associations San Diego County Apartment Association 5675 Ruffin Road, Suite 310 San Diego, CA 92123 Contact: Alan Pentico Phone: (858) 278-8070 Fax: (858) 278-8071 E-mail: Website: SDCAA, comprised of nearly 3,000 members, provides services to all segments of the rental housing industry, from single-family rental homes to the largest multi-family rental communities. SDCAA’s services are designed to assist rental property owners and managers in the day-today operation of rental housing. These services include updated rental forms, (specific to California), resident screening services as well as educational courses designed to assist in the asset management of rental housing.

Southern California Association of Non Profit Housing (SCANPH) 501 Shatto Place, Suite 403 Los Angeles, CA 90020 Contact: Alan Greenlee Phone: (213) 480-1249 Fax: (213) 480-1788 E-mail: Website: SCANPH is a membership organization which supports the production, preservation and management of homes affordable to low-income households. Our member corporations, public agencies and individuals serve the formerly homeless, disabled, seniors on fixed-incomes and the working poor throughout Southern California.

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Individual Members Lydia Beltran 2302 Carriage Circle Oceanside, CA 92056 Phone: (619) 947-9949 E-mail:

Bill Eiffert P.O. Box 927161 San Diego, CA 92129 Phone: (858) 720-1192 E-Mail:

Kathy Breedlove 4527 Marlborough Drive San Diego, CA 92116 Phone: (619) 865-4190 E-Mail:

Rachel Hurst 4870 Hart Drive San Diego, CA 92116 Phone: (619) 563-4571 E-Mail:

Peter Bridge Sun Country Builders 138 Civic Center Drive, Suite 204 Vista, CA 90824 Phone (760) 801-3555 Email:

Leslie Nordman Rob Wellington Quigley, FAIA 416 13th Street San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: (619)232-0888 Email:

Nico Calavita 1883 San Pedro Avenue Berkeley, CA 94707 Phone: (510) 898-1736 E-mail:

Doris Payne-Camp 8211 Stations Village Lane #1202 San Diego, CA 92108 Phone: (619) 293-3721 E-mail:

Mirle Rabinowitz Bussell UCSD Urban Studies and Planning Program 9500 Gilman Drive La Jolla, CA 92093 Phone: (858) 822-0468 Email: mbussell@

Barry Schultz 12825 Harwick Lane San Diego, CA 92130 Phone: (619) 985-1720 E-Mail:

Matthew Doherty 8160 Vista Drive La Mesa, CA 91941 Phone: (619) 655-0546 E-Mail:

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Housing Assistance Contacts General Program Assistance

Home Purchasing Assistance


(760) 434-2810


(619) 585-5722

(619) 585-5722


(858) 694-4801

(858) 694-4810


(858) 755-9313


(619) 441-1710


Minor Home Repair & Home Security

Mobilehome Park Ownership

Rental Assistance

Residential Rehabilitation— Homes & Mobilehomes

Shared Housing

(760) 434-2810 (619) 476-7055 (619) 585-5722

(858) 694-4801

(619) 585-5722

(858) 694-4801

(858) 694-4810

(858) 792-7565

(858) 694-4810

(619) 441-1710

(858) 694-4801

(619) 441-1710

(760) 633-2723

(760) 633-2724

(760) 633-2723

(760) 633-2724


(760) 839-4841

(760) 839-4532

(858) 694-4801

(760) 839-4841


(858) 694-4801

(858) 694-4810

(858) 694-4801

(858) 694-4810


(619) 667-1192

(619) 667-1192

(858) 694-4801

(619) 667-1192


(619) 825-3800

(858) 694-4810

(858) 694-4801

(858) 694-4810


(619) 336-4391

(619) 336-4391

(619) 336-4254


(760) 435-3360

(760) 435-3360


(858) 668-4555

(858) 694-4810


(619) 231-9400

(619) 578-7302


(760) 744-1050 Ext. 3200

(760) 744-1050 Ext. 3200


(619) 258-4100 Ext. 133

(619) 258-4100 Ext. 133


(858) 694-4801

(858) 694-4810


(858) 694-4801


(760) 639-6191


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Residential Rehabilitation— Rental Property

(760) 839-4057

(619) 667-1192

(760) 435-3360

(619) 231-9400

(760) 744-1050 Ext. 3137 (619) 476-7055

(858) 694-4810

(760) 639-6191

(858) 792-7565

(760) 435-3360

(760) 435-3360

(858) 694-4801

(858) 679-4275

English (619) 578-7305 Spanish (619) 578-7306 Vietnamese

(619) 578-7521

(858) 694-4801

(760) 744-1050 Ext. 3137

(858) 694-4801

(619) 258-4100 Ext. 121

(858) 694-4801

(858) 694-4810

(858) 694-4801

(858) 694-4810

South Bay (619) 422-6876 East County (619) 442-3281 North County

(858) 694-4801

(760) 639-6191

(760) 726-4900

(858) 748-9675 (858) 578-7521

(619) 284-9281

Policy and Resource Organizations 211 San Diego P.O. Box 420039 San Diego, CA 92142 Phone: (858) 300-1300 Fax: (858) 300-1301 Email: Website: California Tax Credit Allocation Committee 915 Capitol Mall, Suite 485 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 654-6340 Fax: (916) 654-6033 Website: California Housing Finance Agency 500 Capitol Mall Suite 1400 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (877) 922-5432 Website: California Debt Limit Allocation Committee 915 Capitol Mall, Room 311 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 653-3255 Fax: (916) 653-6827 E-mail: Housing California 900 J Street, 2nd Floor Sacramento, CA 95814 Contact: Shamus Roller Phone: (916) 447-0503 ext 104 Fax: (916) 447-1900 E-mail: Website: Keys to Housing 5060 Shoreham Place, Suite 350 San Diego, CA 92122 Phone: (858) 875-3333 Fax: (858) 202-1762 Email: Website:

League of Women Voters 7710 Balboa Avenue, Suite 224A San Diego, CA 92111 Phone: (858) 483-8696 Fax: (858) 483-8396 Website: Regional Continuum of Care Council 3989 Ruffin Road San Diego, CA 92123 Contact: Megan O’Dowd Phone: (858) 694-4804 Email: Regional Task Force on the Homeless 4699 Murphy Canyon Road San Diego, CA 92123 Phone: (858) 292-7627 Fax: (858) 292-7989 E-mail: Website: San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce 402 West Broadway, Suite 1000 San Diego, CA 92101-3585 Contact: Michael Nagy Phone: (619) 544-1300 E-mail: Website: San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation 530 B Street, 7th floor San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: (619) 234-8484 Fax: (619) 234-1935 E-mail: Website:

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Legal Assistance Affordable Housing Advocates 4305 University Avenue, Suite 110 San Diego, CA 92105 Contact: Catherine Rodman Phone: (619) 233-8441 Fax: (619) 233-4828 E-mail: Website: www.affordablehousingadvocates. org California Housing Law Project 1107 9th Street, Suite 801 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 446-9241 Fax: (916) 442-7966 E-mail: Website: Fair Housing Council 1764 San Diego Avenue, Suite 103 San Diego, CA 92110 Phone: (619) 699-5888 Fax: (619) 699-5885 Email: Website: Fair Political Practices Commission 428 J Street, Suite 620 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 322-6440 Website: Insight Center for Community Economic Development 2201 Broadway, Suite 815 Oakland, CA 94612 Phone: (510) 251-2600 Fax: (510) 251-0600 Email: Website:

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Legal Aid Society of San Diego – Main Office 110 South Euclid Avenue San Diego, CA 92114 Phone: (877) 534-2524 Website: Legal Aid Society of San Diego Oceanside 216 South Tremont Street Oceanside, CA 92054 Phone: (877) 534-2524 Website: Legal Aid Society of San Diego – Mid Town Office 1764 San Diego Avenue, Suite 200 San Diego, CA 92110 Phone: (877) 534-2524 Website: National Housing Law Project 703 Market Street, Suite 2000 San Francisco, CA 94103 Phone: (415) 546-7000 Fax: (415) 546-7007 Email: Website: Western Center on Law and Poverty, Inc. Los Angeles Office 3701 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 208 Los Angeles, CA 90010-2826 Phone: (213) 487-7211 Fax: (213) 487-0242 E-mail: Website: Sacramento Office 1107 Ninth Street, Suite 700 Sacramento, CA 95814-3600 Phone: (916) 442-0753 Fax: (916) 442-7966

Tenant & Community Organizing California Coalition for Rural Housing 717 K Street, Suite 400 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 443-4448 Fax: (916) 447-0458 Website: Environmental Health Coalition 2727 Hoover Avenue, Suite 202 National City, CA 91950 Phone: 619-474-0220 Fax: 619-474-1210 Email: Website:

San Diego Organizing Project 4305 University Avenue, Suite 530 San Diego, CA 92105 Contact: Jeremy Kaercher Phone: (619) 285-0797 Fax: (619) 285-9283 E-mail: Website: Statewide Alliance of HUD Tenants 717 K Street, Suite. 400 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 443-4448 Fax: (916) 447-0458 Website:

National Coalition for the Homeless 2201 P Street, NW Washington, DC 20037 Phone: (202) 462-4822 Fax: (202) 462-4823 E-mail: Website: National Low Income Housing Coalition 727 15th Street, NW, 6th Floor Washington, DC 20005 Phone: (202) 662-1530 Fax: (202) 393-1973 Website:

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Cities of San Diego County City of Carlsbad 1200 Carlsbad Village Drive Carlsbad, CA 92008-1989 Phone: (760) 434-2830 Fax: (760) 720-9461 Email: Website:

City of Del Mar 1050 Camino del Mar Del Mar, CA 92014-2604 Phone: (858) 755-9313 Fax: (858) 755-2794 E-mail: Website:

Mayor: Matt Hall, Mayor Pro Tem: Mark Packard Council Members: Keith Blackburn, Farrah Golshan Douglas, Lorraine Wood

Mayor: Terry Sinnott, Deputy Mayor: Lee Haydu, Council Members: Sherryl Parks, Don Mosier, Al Corti,

City of Chula Vista 276 Fourth Avenue Chula Vista, CA 91910-2631 Phone: (619) 691-5044 Fax: (619) 476-5379 Website: Mayor: Cheryl Cox, Deputy Mayor: Rudy Ramirez, rramirez@chulavista. Council Members: Patricia Aguilar, Pamela Bensoussan, Mary Salas,

City of El Cajon 200 Civic Center Way El Cajon, CA 92020 Phone: (619) 441-1788 Fax: (619) 441-1770 TDD: (619) 441-1542 Website: Mayor: Mark Lewis Mayor Pro Tem: Bill Wells Council Members: Tony Amrose, Gary Kendrick, Bob McClellan

City of Coronado 1825 Strand Way Coronado, CA 92118-3099 Phone: (619) 522-7320 Fax: (619) 522-2467 TDD: (619) 522-7357 E-mail: Website:

City of Encinitas 505 South Vulcan Avenue. Encinitas, CA 92024-3633 Phone: (760) 633-2600 Fax: (760) 633-2627 TDD: (760) 633-2700 E-mail: Website:

Mayor: Casey Tanaka, Council Members: Barbara Denny, Richard Bailey, Al Ovrom, Jr., Michael Woiwode,

Mayor: Teresa Arballo Barth, Deputy Mayor: Lisa Shaffer, Council Members: Kristin Gaspar, Tony Kranz, Mark Muir,


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Cities of San Diego County City of Escondido 201 North Broadway Escondido, CA 92025-2709 Phone: (760) 839-4638 Fax: (760) 839-4578 Website:

City of Lemon Grove 3232 Main Street Lemon Grove, CA 91945-1705 Phone: (619) 825-3800 Fax: (619) 825-3804 Website:

Mayor: Sam Abed, Deputy Mayor: Olga Diaz, Council Members: Ed Gallo, Michael Morasco,

Mayor: Mary Teresa Sessom, messom@lemongrove. Mayor Pro Tem: Howard Cook, hcook@lemongrove. Council Members: George Gastil, Jerry Jones, Racquel Vasquez,

City of Imperial Beach 825 Imperial Beach Boulevard Imperial Beach, CA 91932-2702 Phone: (619) 423-8300 Fax: (619) 628-1395 E-mail: Website: Mayor: Jim Janney, Council Members: Brian P. Bilbray, Lorie Bragg, Edward J. Spriggs, Robert Patton,

City of La Mesa 8130 Allison Avenue La Mesa, CA 91941-5002 Phone: (619) 463-6611 Fax: (619) 667-1131 TDD: (619) 667-1139 Website: Mayor: Art Madrid, Vice Mayor: Mark Arapostathis, Council Members: Kristine C. Alessio, Ernest Ewin, Ruth Sterling,

City of National City 1243 National City Boulevard National City, CA 91950-4397 Phone: (619) 336-4241 Council Office: (619) 336-4235 Fax: (619) 336-4239 TDD: (619) 336-4304 Website: Mayor: Ron Morrison, Vice Mayor: Luis Natividad, Council Members: Jerry Cano, Mona Rios, Alejandra Sotelo-Solis,

City of Oceanside 300 North Coast Highway Oceanside, CA 92054-2824 Phone: (760) 435-3029 Fax: (760) 435-3045 Website: Mayor: Jim Wood, Deputy Mayor: Jack Feller, Council Members: Gary Felien, Jerome Kern, Esther C. Sanchez,

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Cities of San Diego County City of Poway 13325 Civic Center Drive Poway, CA 92064-5755 Phone: (858) 668-4520 City Hall: (858) 668-4400 Fax: (858) 668-1205 TDD: (858) 679-4285 Website: Mayor: Don Higginson, Deputy Mayor: John Mullin, Council Members: Jim Cunningham, Dave Grosch, Steve Vaus,

City of San Diego 202 C Street San Diego, CA 92101-4806 Phone: (619) 236-6330 Fax: (619) 236-7228 Website: Mayor: Bob Filner Secretary to Mayor: Benelia Santos-Hunter Council Members: District 1, Sherri Lightner District 2, Kevin Faulconer District 3, Todd Gloria District 4, vacant seat

District 7, Scott Sherman District 8, David Alvarez District 9, Marti Emerald

City of San Marcos 1 Civic Center Drive San Marcos, CA 92069-2949 Phone: (760) 744-1050 Fax: (760) 744-9520 E-mail: Website: Mayor: Jim Desmond, Vice Mayor: Rebecca Jones, Council Members: Kristal Jabara, Sharon Jenkins, Chris Orlando,

City of Santee 10601 Magnolia Avenue Santee, CA 92071-1266 Phone: (619) 258-4100 City Hall: (619) 258-4100 Fax: (619) 562-0649 TDD: (619) 449-5813 Website: Mayor: Randy Voepel, Vice Mayor: John W. Minto, Council Members: Jack E. Dale, Rob McNelis, John Ryan,

District 5, Mark Kersey

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District 6, Lorie Zapf

Cities of San Diego County City of Solana Beach 635 South Highway 101 Solana Beach, CA 92075-2215 Phone: (858) 720-2400 City Hall: (858) 720-2400 Fax: (858) 792-6513 Website: Mayor: Mike Nichols Deputy Mayor: Thomas M. Campbell Council Members: Lesa Heebner, Peter Zahn, David Zito

City of Vista 200 Civic Center Drive Vista, CA 92084-6275 Phone: (760) 726-1340 City Hall: (760) 639-6130 Fax: (760) 639-6132 Website: Mayor: Judy Ritter, Deputy Mayor: Dave Cowles, Council Members: John J. Aguilera, Cody Campbell, Amanda Rigby,

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San Diego County Offices Assessor / Recorder / Clerk Ernest J. Dronenburg, Jr. Website: SAN DIEGO ASSESSOR MAIN OFFICE County Administration Center 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 103 San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: (619) 236-3771 SAN DIEGO RECORDER/CLERK MAIN OFFICE County Administration Center 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 260 San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: (619) 238-8158 Board of Supervisors County Administration Center 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 335 San Diego, CA 92101-2470 Website: html 1st District Greg Cox, Vice Chairman Phone: (619) 531-5511 Fax: (619) 235-0644 E-mail: Website: 2nd District Dianne Jacob Phone: (619) 531-5522 Fax: (619) 696-7253 E-mail: Website: 3rd District Dave Roberts Phone: (619) 531-5533 Fax: (619) 234-1559 E-mail: Website:

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4th District Ron Roberts, Chairman Phone: (619) 531-5544 Fax: (619) 531-6262 E-mail: Website: 5th District Bill Horn Phone: (619) 531-5555 Fax: (619) 685-2662 E-mail: Website: Chief Administrative Officer Walter F. Ekard County Administration Center 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 209 San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: (619) 531-5880 Fax: (619) 557-4060 E-mail: Website: Sheriff William D. Gore 9621 Ridgehaven Court San Diego, CA 92123 PO Box 939062 San Diego, CA 92193-9062 Phone: (858) 974-2184 Fax: (858) 974-2122 Website: Treasurer/Tax Collector Dan McAllister MAIN OFFICE - COUNTY ADMINISTRATION CENTER 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 162 San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: (877) 829-4732 Fax: (619) 531-6056 E-mail: Website:

State Agencies & Offices Governor Jerry Brown State Capitol, Suite 1173 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 445-2841 Fax: (916) 558-3160 Local Office: 1350 Front St., Suite 6054 San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: (619) 525-4641 Fax: (619) 525-4640 E-mail: Website: Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom State Capitol, Room 1114 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 445-8994 Fax: (916) 323-4998 E-mail: Website: STATE SENATORS & Offices 36th District —J oel Anderson 500 Fesler Street #201 El Cajon, CA 92020 Phone: (619) 596-3136 Capitol Phone: (916) 651-4036 Fax: (619) 596-3140 38th District — Mark Wyland 1910 Palomar Point Way, Suite 105 Carlsbad, CA 92008 Phone: (760) 931-2455 Capitol Phone: (916) 651-4038 Fax: (760) 931-2447 STATE ASSEMBLY 71st District — Brian W. Jones 10152 Mission Gorge Road Santee, CA 92071

Phone: (619) 441-2322 Capitol Phone: (916) 319-2071 Fax: (619) 441-2327 73rd District — Diane Harkley 29122 Rancho Viejo Road, Suite 111 Phone: (949) 347-7301 Capitol Phone: (916) 319-2073 Fax: (7949) 347-7302 75th District — Marie Waldron State Capitol, Suite 5128 Sacramento, CA 95814 Capitol Phone: (916) 319-2075 76th District — Rocky Chavez 1019 Palomar Point Way, Suite 106 Carlsbad, CA 92008 Phone: (760-929-7998 Capitol Phone: (916) 319-2076 Fax: (760) 929-7999 77th District — Brian Maienschein 9909 Mira Mesa Boulevard., Suite 130 San Diego, CA 92131 Phone: (858) 689-6290 Capitol Phone: (916) 319-2077 Fax: (858) 689-6296 78th District — Toni Atkins 2445 5th Avenue, Suite 401 San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: (619) 645-3090 Capitol Phone: (916) 319-2078 Fax: (619) 645-3094 79th District — Shirley Weber State Capitol P.O. Box 942849 Sacramento, CA 94249 Capitol Phone: (916) 319-2079 Fax: (916)319-2179 80th District — Ben Hueso 303 H Street, Suite 200 Chula Vista, CA 91910 Phone: (619) 409-7979 Capitol Phone: (916) 319-2080 Fax: (619) 409-9270 Page 59

State Agencies & Offices Fax: (916) 445-5280 Website: 39th District — Marty Block 701 B Street, Suite 1840 San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: (619) 645-3133 Capitol Phone: (916) 651-4039 Fax: (619) 645-3133

State Board of Equalization PO Box 942879 Sacramento, CA 94729-0001 Phone: (916) 327-4975 Fax: (916) 324-2586 Website:

40th District—Vacant

California Debt Limit Allocation Committee 915 Capitol Mall, Room 110 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 653-3255 Fax: (916) 653-6827

Controller John Chiang PO Box 942850 Sacramento, CA 94250-5872 Phone: (916) 445-2636 Fax: (916) 322-4404 Website: State Treasurer, Bill Lockyer 915 Capitol Mall, Rm 110 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 653-2995 Fax: (916) 653-5253 Website: Attorney General Kamala D. Harris PO Box 944255 Sacramento, CA 94244-2550 Phone: (916) 322-3360 Fax: (916) 323-5341 Website: Secretary of State Debra Bowen 1500 11th St. Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 653-6814 Fax: (916) 653-4795 Website: Insurance Commissioner 300 Capitol Mall, Suite 1700 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 492-3500

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California Department of Housing and Community Development 1800 Third Street Sacramento, CA 95811 Phone: (916) 445-4782 Fax: (916) 324-5107 Website: California Housing Finance Agency 500 Capitol Mall, Suite 1400 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 326-8000 Fax: (916) 322-1994 Website: California Tax Credit Allocation Committee 915 Capitol Mall, Room 485 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 654-6340 Fax: (916) 654-6033

Federal Agencies & Offices PRESIDENT Barack Obama White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 Phone: (202) 456-1414 Fax: (202) 456-2461 E-mail: VICE PRESIDENT Joe Biden White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 Phone: (202) 456-1414 Fax: (202) 456-2461 E-mail: U.S. SENATORS Barbara Boxer 600 B Street, Suite 2240 San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: (619) 239-3884 Fax: (202) 228-3863 Website: Dianne Feinstein 750 B Street, Suite 1030 San Diego, CA 92101 Phone: (619) 231-9712 Fax: (619) 231-1108 Website:

U.S. REPRESENTATIVES 49th District – Darrell Issa 1800 Thibodo Road, Suite 310 Vista, CA 92081 Phone: (760) 599-5000 Fax: (760) 599-1178 Website: 50th District—Duncan Hunter 1611 N. Magnolia Avenue, Suite 310 El Cajon, CA 92020 Phone: (619) 448-5201 Fax: (619) 449-2251 Website: 51st District—Juan Vargas 333 F Street, Suite A Chula Vista, CA 91910 Phone: (619) 422-5963 Fax: (619) 422-7290 Website: 52nd District—Scott Peters 4350 Executive Drive, Suite 105 Phone: (858) 455-5550 Website: 53rd District— Susan Davis 2700 Adams Avenue, Suite 102 San Diego, CA 92116 Phone: (619) 280-5353 Fax: (619) 280-5311 Website:

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Kalos Community HousingWorks

Strong foundation. Consistent community partner. In today’s economic environment, you need a bank you can count on—a strong financial partner with a proven track record in community development. Union Bank® has a foundation of nearly 150 years in California and offers solutions from construction lending to tax credit equity and global treasury management. That adds up to experience that can help you save time and gain flexibility for even the most complex projects. It’s a consistent community partnership. Community Development Finance Johanna Gullick, 310-551-8967 Brian Frankel, 925-947-2479 Perica Bell, 310-551-8964 Jessica Mackenzie, 310-551-8969

Financing subject to credit and collateral approval. Other restrictions may apply. Terms and conditions subject to change. ©2012 Union Bank, N.A. All Rights Reserved.

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Helping make futures brighter. Day by day. Year after year. Bank of America Merrill Lynch is proud to support the San Diego Housing Federation. Together we can bring help and hope to those who need it most. Charmaine Atherton Senior Vice President (213) 621-4816

Bank of America Merrill Lynch is the marketing name for the global banking and global markets businesses of Bank of America Corporation. Lending, derivatives, and other commercial banking activities are performed globally by banking affiliates of Bank of America Corporation, including Bank of America, N.A., member FDIC. Securities, strategic advisory, and other investment banking activities are performed globally by investment banking affiliates of Bank of America Corporation (Investment Banking Affiliates), including, in the United States, Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated and Merrill Lynch Professional Clearing Corp., all of which are registered broker dealers and members of FINRA and SIPC, and, in other jurisdictions, by locally registered entities. Investment products offered by Investment Banking Affiliates: Are Not FDIC Insured • May Lose Value • Are Not Bank Guaranteed. ©2011 Bank of America Corporation. ARE0V2I4 | GCB-115-AD | 4/2011

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For nearly 40 years, Boston Capital has raised and invested equity capital each and every year, with more lined up in 2013 to meet your needs. Boston Capital takes pride in the relationships and the 12,400 apartment units we have helped to develop in California since 1974. Call us today and let’s discuss how we can make our opportunities yours.

     Ten Fi�y B, San Diego, CA, Developer: Affirmed Housing Group 

  For more informaƟon, please contact: Tom Dixon, Vice President, Origina�on   (310) 300‐3430  •  Bob Moss, Senior Vice President, Director of Origina�on  (800) LIHTC‐42  •  Corine Sheridan, Vice President, Director of LIHTC Business Development  (410) 451‐7309  •  Page 64

Building a Better Tomorrow. Chase is proud to partner with San Diego Housing Federation and we applaud their leadership in the affordable housing industry. For more information on Chase Community Development Banking, visit or contact: Alice Carr (213) 621-8396

Margie Francia (213) 621-8390

Raymond Junior (213) 621-8392

Andy Madeira (415) 315-8490

Shani Searcy (213) 621-8391

© 2013 JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. Member FDIC. Chase is a marketing name for certain businesses of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and its subsidiaries (collectively, “JPMC”). PA_13_035

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At Citi Community Capital we use responsible lending practices to help developers and communities build vibrant neighborhoods.

Community centered. Culturally focused.

That’s why we are proud to invest our financial resources with companies like Chelsea Investment Corporation who created Estrella del Mercado, a unique mixed-use development in the core of Barrio Logan in San Diego, California. “We are grateful for our friends at Citi, whose creative financing combined with our shared community vision created a project that has truly transformed the Barrio community of San Diego.” - James J. Schmid, Founder / CEO, Chelsea Investment Corporation

Richard Gerwitz 213-486-7138

Mike Hemmens 805-557-0933

Sonia Rahm 213-239-1726

Jay Abeywardena 805-557-0943 Citi. Your Community Development Partner.

© 2013 Citigroup Global Markets Inc. Member SIPC. All rights reserved. Citi and Arc Design is a registered service mark of Citigroup, Inc.

538 9th Street, Suite 200 Oakland, CA 94607 Phone: (510) 832-8300 Fax: (510) 832-2227

Community Economics specializes in:

Financial & Development Consulting on

Affordable Rental Housing


Nonprofit & Government Agencies

What we do

CEI enhances the capacity of nonprofit housing developers. Our staff work with clients from the earliest stages of development through the successful completion of construction.

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connected ••••• to energy efficiency We applaud the San Diego Housing Federation for their work to build and sustain a vital affordable housing program for the San Diego region. As a champion of energy efficiency, we’re strong believers in creating housing that can save both energy and money. And we proudly support those organizations that share our vision. Connect at ©2013 San Diego Gas & Electric Company. All copyright and trademark rights reserved. 0213

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Partnering for the community

At U.S. Bank, our success is directly related to the success and vitality of the communities we serve. And we believe strong communities help make a strong economy. That’s why we feel it’s important to partner with organizations like San Diego Housing Federation to provide corporate leadership on issues of community importance. Because no company gains the same strength alone as it can with the help of others. We’re glad to have the opportunity to partner with them. Member FDIC

Dependable financing, investment, and trust solutions for affordable housing Whether you need access to the capital markets, trust services, construction or permanent financing, credit enhancements, or equity through the sale of tax credits, we can help you reach your financing goals. • Construction/bridge loans • Tax-exempt and taxable bond underwriting and remarketing • LIHTC equity investing • FHA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac lending, and credit enhancement

• • • •

Bank letter of credit Trustee services Paying agent/registrar Escrow and custody accounts

Sally Lang • (949) 251-6067 • Wendell French • (619) 688-2854 • © 2013 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. All rights reserved. Member FDIC. MC-3466

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s t c e j pro

an’t wait

Call Century to see how we can help get your affordable housing project financed quickly and reliably.

Aaron Wooler, Senior Vice President (310) 642-2019

610 West Ash Street, Suite 1500 San Diego, CA 92101 619.234.4050

Congratulations to the City of Oceanside 125 years of service

New Carver Apartments developed by Skid Row Housing Trust using Century’s $3,620,000 acquisition loan. New Carver Apartments photographed by Gabor Ekecs. Image provided courtesy of Skid Row Housing Trust.


1300 Clay Street, Eleventh Floor Oakland, California 94612 510 836-6336

125th Anniversary Celebration July 3, 2013, 11am Civic Center Plaza 300 North Coast Highway Oceanside, CA 92054 Promoting healthy neighborhoods by providing housing and services to enhance the quality of life for the citizens in Oceanside.

523 West Sixth Street, Suite 1220 Los Angeles, California 90014 213 627-6336 2260 El Cajon Boulevard, No. 922 San Diego, California 92014 619 Goldfarb 239-6336& Lipman LLP Goldfarb & Lipman LLP

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Toward the Resident Ownership of Neighborhood Change

I have a home. I will never take for granted: Sleeping in my bed.


Making coffee in my kitchen.

oin us as we team with residents to provide quality, affordable housing in The Village at Market Creek.

Greeting people in the eye.

Dedicated exclusively to the construction of affordable housing.


404 Euclid Ave., San Diego, CA 92114 (619) 527-6161

“And what did we start with? Nothing more than opportunity.” – Joe Jacobs

www. TheVillageAtMarketCreek .com

RED: Three simple letters. One comprehensive capital provider. Reliability. Consistently a Top Affordable & Innovative Lender

Experience. RED’s Affordable bankers have on average over 20 years of experience

Delivery. Nation’s #1 FHA MAP/LEAN producer by loans closed in HUD FY 2012

It’s your move, make it with RED.

Learn more and sign up to receive email news and updates by visiting or call 800.837.5100.

Richard R. Andrews


Nicholas A. Hamilton


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6160 Mission Gorge Road, Suite 204 San Diego, CA 92120 (619) 876-4222

Sudberry Properties is proud to support the San Diego Housing Federation. We applaud their commitment and dedication to providing quality, affordable housing to the San Diego region.

Sun Country Builders. Comprehensive services, better value, & “one-step beyond” solutions for multi-family housing . Professional • Ethical • Responsive The General Contractor to the Affordable Housing Industry. Since 1979.


Lic. #446341

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201 North Broadway Escondido, CA 92025


Hudson Housing Capital has long served as a trusted financial partner to tax credit investors and developers alike. Our track record of delivering results continues to attract a growing stream of investor capital. Hudson has consistently provided capital to its partners through these challenging financial times. Talk to those who have worked with us. It really does matter who you choose as a partner.

(760) 839-4519

Hudson Housing Capital LLC 525 B Street, Suite 1500, San Diego CA 92101 Philip Gorgone | Tel: 619.297.6500

3.14.13 • Sandiego Housing • 3.25”x 4.5” • issue: 3-2013

Know of an organization that should be listed here but isn’t? Help grow our community The Federation is only as strong as its membership. If you believe that the Federation is providing you with value, spread the word.

Encourage your contacts to join. If someone expresses an interest let know your contact’s details. We will promptly send them information about becoming a member, including an invitation to join, brochure and application Provide SDHF with a list of your development partners, vendors, and other firms that should be a member of the Federation. The office will send invitations to each one of them.

Member benefits include: complimentary copy of this publication, the annual Membership Directory, subscriptions to monthly newsletter and Weekly Brief, discounted rates to Annual Awards event, bi-monthly educational roundtables, and Annual Conference, and much more!

David Beacham, Director, San Diego 760.557.1480 /

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SDHF 2013 Sponsorship Opportunities

Leading Innovation in Affordable Housing The San Diego Housing Federation is San Diego’s leading trade association for affordable housing. Our community of 150 organizational members brings together hundreds of the region’s housing, community and economic development leaders in a dynamic professional network. SDHF’s signature programs: 

Ruby Awards for Excellence in Affordable Housing,

Annual Housing and Community Development Institute and Conference,

Professional Roundtable Series,

and our Networking & Special Events

are an opportunity to reach a targeted audience of

Guests at SDHF’s 2012 Ruby Awards

influence and leadership in the housing and development industry.

Your SDHF sponsorship demonstrates your firm’s commitment to affordable housing and support for the cadre of professionals that drive this industry forward. Benefit from strategic logo placement, recognition at events, complimentary registration, speaking opportunities and more when sponsoring an SDHF program. To become an SDHF sponsor, review and select from the following sponsorship opportunities. Fill out the sponsorship form and indicate your sponsorship interest. Have a question about sponsorship opportunities? Contact Jennifer Minimo at or (619) 239-6693.

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SDHF 2013 Sponsorship Opportunities

Become an SDHF Sponsor Today!

Select the event(s) you would like to sponsor with a checkmark and provide the information below. Affordable Housing Conference

 Silver Sponsor, $1,500

 Title sponsor, $15,000—SOLD

 Bronze Sponsor, $1,000

 Platinum Sponsor, $10,000

 Centerpieces Sponsor, $600

 Gold Sponsor, $5,000

 Champion, $500

 Silver Sponsor, $3,500

 Backer, $150

 Keynote Sponsor, $3,000 Networking and Special Events

 Lunch Sponsor, $3,000—SOLD  Track Sponsor, $2,000

 Rising Leaders Mixer, $2,000

 Reception Sponsor, $2,000—SOLD

 Spring Mixer, $2,000

 Bronze Sponsor, $1,500

 Summer Mixer, $2,000

 Breakfast Sponsor, $1,000

 Holiday Party, $2,000

 Exhibitor, $750 Roundtable Series

 Supporter, $500  Break Sponsor, $500

 Operating Cost Reduction through Energy Efficiency and

 Institute Title Sponsor, $5,000

 Affordable Housing Finances Summit, $1,600—SOLD

 Resident Services Track Sponsor, $2,000

 Housing Accessibility, $600—SOLD

 Institute Track Sponsor, $1,000

 Veterans Housing and Services, $600—SOLD

Generation, $600—SOLD

 LEED Certification – cost towards Efficiency, $600 Ruby Awards

 Risk Management (via webcast), $600

 Food Sponsor, $2,500—SOLD

 Value Engineering a Design and Materials Perspective, $600

 Reception Sponsor, $2,500—SOLD

 Supportive Housing, $600—SOLD

Organization Address


Contact Person



Phone Number

You may fax your form to 619-239-5523 to reserve your sponsorship slots, or you may send along with payment. Please indicate below: Our check for $ _______________is enclosed

Check for $ ______________will be mailed by ______________

Checks should be made payable to: San Diego Housing Federation 110 W C Street, Suite 1811 San Diego, CA 92101

Thank you for your generous support and investment in the mission and work of the San Diego Housing Federation

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2013 Who's Who in Affordable Housing Directory  
2013 Who's Who in Affordable Housing Directory  

2013 Who's Who in Affordable Housing Directory