Press Archive

The San Francisco Business Times has selected Cathedral Gardens as the 2015 Real Estate Deal of the Year winner in the Affordable Housing category.

READ MORE

Praise for Mary Murtagh - 30 Years and Counting!

A heartfelt poem for Mary Murtagh's 30th Anniversary with EAH Housing, from past board member and friend, Mark Buell.

READ MORE

Rice Camp is being developed by the Vitus Group in partnership with the County of Kauai and EAH Housing.

READ MORE

EAH Housing and Community Solutions are working together to change the lives of formerly homeless residents.

READ MORE

Remembering U.S. Senator Daniel Inouye

Nation mourns social justice champion

U.S. Senator Daniel K. Inouye, who represented Hawaii for 53 years, died at age 88 on December 17, 2012.

READ MORE

Hawaii's need for affordable housing got a bit smaller recently with the opening of a low-income rental complex in Ewa filled with 76 households.

READ MORE

The American Dream lives on with new groundbreakings in Oakland, Modesto, Turlock, Morgan Hill, and Ewa Beach.

READ MORE

Responding to the growing national loss of affordable housing, EAH Housing initiated Stewardship activities in 1993 consisting of consulting, property management and development services.

READ MORE

Cities getting amenity-rich complexes

READ MORE

What if you could put the dream of affordable housing into reach for more people, just by buying or selling a home yourself?

READ MORE

Public/Private Partnership Provides Local Jobs and Much Needed Affordable Housing in Ewa

READ MORE

EAH Housing has joined with King’s Valley Senior Apartments, an affordable senior community in Cloverdale.

READ MORE

EAH Staff with the Dragon at the Blessing Ceremony on July 17th, 2007

READ MORE

If it feels like there has been an affordable housing boom in the North Bay, it's because there has, says Mary Murtagh, president and CEO of affordable-housing builder EAH Housing.

READ MORE

Thank you for your article on how the credit crisis is affecting affordable housing development in the Bay Area and California.

READ MORE

“One of the 110 Best Places to Work in the Bay Area” by the San Francisco Business Times, East Bay Business Times and Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal

READ MORE

Cornerstone at Japantown Receives Stimulus Funds

Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal

$28M Japantown project in San Jose corners federal stimulus funds

READ MORE

The Crescent Park community is currently undergoing a $70 million restoration by EAH Housing that includes the projected 908 megawatt solar installation.

READ MORE

Residents move into affordable housing in Larkspur with million-dollar views.

READ MORE

Developer selects southwest Fresno for 230-unit project.

READ MORE

Kukui Gardens' 40th anniversary was marked by celebrating the future for one of Hawaii's largest housing projects. Honored guests included Senator Daniel Inouye, Lt. Governor Duke Aiona and others.

READ MORE

Betty Pagett, who has served as Director of Education and Advocacy for EAH Housing over 15 years, will receive the Unsung Hero Award, presented as part of the 11th Annual Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California’s Leadership Awards Dinner.

READ MORE

Just over a year ago, Sandra Bertino was a health-care professional with an independent lifestyle and the means to enjoy it.

READ MORE

As the need for housing in Hawai’i continues to rise, 200 people gathered today to celebrate the promise of a bright future for Kukui Gardens and to acknowledge the work that has been done to preserve this community.

READ MORE

EAH Housing, a non profit housing corporation developing, managing and promoting quality affordable housing in Hawaii and California, hosted an anniversary party at Kukui Tower.

READ MORE

An event was held at St. Vincent's to wish Betty bon voyage on June 21, 2007.

READ MORE

EAH Housing paid tribute to CEO and President Mary Murtagh, as she celebrated her 20th anniversary with the non-profit housing corporation, dedicated to building and managing affordable housing in California and Hawaii.

READ MORE

For months, affordable housing developers kept construction sites rolling while market-rate developers dropped projects or went belly up. That is about to change as affordable developers’ oasis dries up.

READ MORE

EAH Housing Boardmember in News

North Bay Business Journal

READ MORE

EAH Housing has been awarded a grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in the amount of $260,000 to enhance the social services program at Rohlffs Memorial Manor in Napa.

READ MORE

Judy Binsacca, who has served on the Board of Directors of EAH since 2003, has been elected Board Chair for an upcoming two-year term.

READ MORE

One of the last major pieces of the fundraising puzzle for the San Clemente Drive affordable-housing project fell into place when the MCF awarded a grant of $2.5 million to San Rafael-based EAH to build the 79-unit deve1opment in Corte Madera.

READ MORE

EAH Housing, the 35-year old nonprofit organization that develops, manages and advocates for quality affordable housing, has received a $10,000 grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation to help further affordable housing production efforts.

READ MORE

EAH has announced that one of the most recent developments, Vista Del Campo, a 488-unit student housing community located at the University of California at Irvine, has won several key industry awards.

READ MORE

The upscale Marin County community of Corte Madera got a national award Wednesday for creating something nobody has associated with the suburb in a long time -- affordable housing.

READ MORE

EAH has opened Pollard Plaza, located at 1150 McLaughlin Avenue in San Jose. The 130-unit affordable housing apartment building will allow qualified low-income families and teachers to move into the area.

READ MORE