In The News

2016 NEWS

12/2016 San Bernardino: Valencia Vista earns LEED Platinum Certification for Energy Efficiency, Environmental Design

12/2016 Mark Christopher, Colonies Partners donate Chevy Spark for Miracles
(Foothills Reader)

11/2016 Grand Opening held for first phase of Arrowhead Grove redevelopment

11/2016 Grand Opening held for first phase of Arrowhead Grove redevelopment

11/2016 Photos: Grand Opening of Valencia Vista at Arrowhead Grove in San Bernardino
(The Sun)

11/2016 Anticipated San Bernardino housing project celebrates opening
(The Sun)

11/2016 First Phases Moving Towards Completion at Mission Cove

11/2016 First apartments at Mission Cove nearing completion
(San Diego Union Tribune)

10/2016 Marv’s Place named Supportive Housing Project of the Year
(Pasadena Weekly)

10/2016 VIDEO: Voices in California housing talk about getting past “No” at local level
(California Economic Summit)

10/2016 Public warming to more housing, Ventura County panel says
(Ventura County Star)

10/2016 Marv’s Place Earns Supportive Housing Project of the Year Award
(Pasadena Now)

10/2016 Lack of affordable housing in Inland Empire placing bigger economic burden on low-income families
(California Economic Summit)

10/2016 Housing summit seeks more YIMBY, less NIMBY
(Orange County Register)

9/2016 Residents express faith in Waterman Gardens housing project
(Inland Empire Community News)

9/2016 Clowns, animals visit young residents at Waterman Gardens in San Bernardino
(The Sun)

9/2016 $50,000 grant earmarked for free after-school programs
(Inland Valley Daily Bulletin)

9/2016 Housing affordability requires turning NIMBYs into YIMBYs
(Orange County Register)

9/2016 Special Report: Housing in San Bernardino
(Inland Empire Community News)

8/2016 Sandra Espadas to Serve as Senior Director of Community Development
(City News Group)

8/2016 Hope through Housing names Sandra Espadas as Senior Director of Community Development
(Highland Community News)

7/2016 Hope through Housing partners with USC to provide health assistance to seniors while training future health works
(Los Angeles Patch)

7/2016 Kaiser Foundation awards $15,000 grant to Hope through Housing to help reduce food insecurity for seniors
(Fontana Herald News)

7/2016 Housing project awarded $1.48M in subsidies
(The Coast News)

6/2016 Lives Transformed: Giving Back After Years of Desperation and Homelessness
(The Voice)

6/2016 Affordable housing, with services, can break cycle of poverty: Guest commentary
(The Sun)

6/2016 Seniors face housing, health crisis
(The San Diego Union-Tribune)

6/2016 Rebuilding, renaming of Waterman Gardens housing complex begins
(The Sun)

6/2016 Lives Transformed: Giving back after years of desperation and homelessness
(Redlands-Loma Linda Patch)

6/2016 Waterman Gardens gets a new lease on life
(Inland News Today)

6/2016 Rancho Cucamonga-based low-income housing real estate developer wins $2 million for projects
(Daily Bulletin)

6/2016 Real estate briefly: CBRE, Swift deals in O.C., new hires
(Orange County Register)

6/2016 Report: Hundreds of thousands in Orange County are struggling financially
(Orange County Register)

6/2016 Four Housing Projects Awarded Nearly $4 Million
(San Diego Business Journal)

6/2016 Oakcrest Heights receives $15 million in tax-credit financing; Construction to begin before the end of the year
(Lake Forest Patch)

6/2016 Local-government policies must support affordable housing for seniors
(Inland Valley Daily Bulletin)

5/2016 Wells Fargo Invests in RAD Deal
(Affordable Housing News)

5/2016 National CORE eliminating secondhand smoke
(Foothills Reader)

5/2016 Rancho Cucamonga inks deal to help build affordable senior housing
(Daily Bulletin)

4/2016 San Emi Apartments Builds Independence for People with Developmental Disabilities in Montclair, California
(PD&R Edge)

3/2016 STEVE PONTELL: Eliminate barriers to homeownership
(The Press Enterprise)

3/2016 Affordable housing, services pay societal dividends
(Inland Valley Daily Bulletin)

3/2016 A Life Transformed: ‘I’m a driven person, and it is a rewarding feeling to know that there is help out there’
(San Clemente Patch)

3/2016 National CORE, City of San Clemente to Host Grand Opening of Las Palmas Village Apartment Community
(San Clemente Patch)

2/2016 STEVE PONTELL: Restrictive zoning chokes economy
(The Press Enterprise)

1/2016 STEVE PONTELL: Affordable housing is a community asset
(The Press Enterprise)

1/2016 EDITORIAL: Affordable housing in I.E. imperative
(The Press Enterprise)


News from National CORE

National CORE Ranked in Top 10 of Affordable Housing Developers

We are thrilled to announce that National CORE has once again been ranked among the top 10 nonprofit affordable housing developers and owners in the nation by Affordable Housing Finance Magazine. This remarkable achievement reflects our team’s unwavering commitment to...

Innovative East LA Community Welcomes Residents

National CORE’s Las Dahlias affordable housing community, an innovative transit-oriented development in East Los Angeles, began moving in residents in June. The community provides 78 homes, including 39 for residents who have experienced homelessness. A captivating...

National CORE, Partners Create Haven for Seniors at Placentia Church

Placentia, Calif. – National CORE’s Santa Angelina affordable housing community, opened in May, has created a haven for seniors in need within the supportive embrace of Placentia’s Church of the Blessed Sacrament. The development provides 65 beautiful apartments on...

National CORE Names Alexa Washburn Chief Development Officer

Rancho Cucamonga, CA – National CORE has named Alexa Washburn to the newly created position of Chief Development Officer at National CORE, where she now oversees Public Affairs, Planning, Acquisitions and Development. “Alexa’s dedication, leadership and strategic...


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