In The News

2022 NEWS

9/2022 AHF Unveils 2022 Readers’ Choice Awards Winners
(Affordable Housing Finance)

8/2022 Pacific Union Partners to Provide Sustainable Housing
(Adventist Review)

8/2022 Riverside’s La Sierra neighborhood to get solar-powered affordable housing complex
(The Press Enterprise)

8/2022 Building Housing for the Missing Middle and Seniors
(San Diego Business Journal)

7/2022 Homeless seniors find home, opportunities at San Ysidro Senior Village
(San Diego Union Tribune)

6/2022 Developers team up for 75-unit affordable housing complex in Pomona
(The Real Deal)

6/2022 74-unit affordable housing complex coming to Pomona
(Urbanize Los Angeles)

5/2022 SCAG holds 2022 Regional Conference, swears in Palm Desert Mayor Jan Harnik as its new President
(KESQ – News Channel 3)

5/2022 Miami-Dade County Launches $70M Fund to Help Spur Affordable Housing Projects
(NBC 6 South Florida)

5/2022 Oceanside allocates $2.2 million in federal funds for housing project for homeless people
(San Diego Union-Tribune)

4/2022 101-Unit Affordable Housing Complex Opens in Los Angeles County
(Affordable Housing Finance)

4/2022 Rendering vs. Reality: Crenshaw Line-adjacent affordable housing in Inglewood
(Urbanize Los Angeles)

3/2022 Lake Forest Breaks Ground On 71 Sustainable Apartment Homes

3/2022 Opinion: Putting residents of affordable housing first

2/2022 County of Orange receives federal funding for round two of State Homekey program
(Orange County Breeze)

2/2022 Aguilar joins local housing leaders to highlight Affordable Housing Resident Services Act
(Inland Empire Community News)

2/2022 National CORE Issues $100M in Series 2022 Social Bonds
(Affordable Housing Finance)

2/2022 National CORE Issues $100M in Series 2022 Social Bonds
(Builder and Developer)

2/2022 Rep. Aguilar Introduces the Affordable Housing Resident Services Act
(Representative Pete Aguilar)

2/2022 National CORE: All-In on All-Electric
(San Diego Building Electrification Coalition)

1/2022 Crestview Terrace is investing in human capital in the heart of San Bernardino
(Inland Empire Community News)

1/2022 Affordable Housing Project Gets OK In Murrieta

1/2022 Residents and Redevelopment Partners Celebrate the Opening of Crestview Terrace in San Bernardino
(Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino)

1/2022 Construction breaks ground on Valley Senior Village in San Diego
(Construction Review Online)

1/2022 Construction begins on housing project for homeless seniors in Escondido
(San Diego Union-Tribune)

1/2022 50-unit North County affordable housing complex for seniors breaks ground

1/2022 SVA Architects Submits Schematic Design Plan for Prisma Artist’s Lofts in City of Pomona
(WFMZ-TV 69 News)


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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