For the fourth year in a row, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has recognized National CORE as a LEED Homes Power Builder; one of 12 Developers Nationwide to Earn LEED Certification on at Least 75% of Construction in 2021.
Nonprofit Affordable Housing Developer National CORE Raises Over $1 Million For Children and Families at 30th Anniversary An Evening of Hope Gala
This year’s celebration commemorated National CORE’s 30th anniversary and the children, families, and seniors they have been serving since their founding in 1992.
Miraflores Apartments will provide 85 much-needed apartment homes to individuals and families in northwestern Orange County, one of the nation’s most expensive housing markets.
National CORE, in Partnership with Church, Breaks Ground on Much-Needed Affordable Senior Housing in San Diego
National CORE and its partners broke ground on 73 much-needed affordable apartment homes in the Nestor neighborhood of San Diego.
Santa Angelina, developed in partnership with the Episcopal Church of the Blessed Sacrament, is one of the first communities in the state to receive California Housing Accelerator funding
Voting is now open for Affordable Housing Finance (AHF)’s 2022 Reader’s Choice Awards, recognizing the best affordable housing communities built in 2021 and 2022! Two National CORE communities – Crestview Terrace in San Bernardino and Vista Verde in Ontario – are...
For the fourth year in a row, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has recognized National CORE as a LEED Homes Power Builder. National CORE is once again the only nonprofit developer to be named on the exclusive list. The distinction is awarded to developers and builders who achieved LEED certification on more than 75% of their construction in the prior year.
Mayor Todd Gloria toured a housing community in San Ysidro for seniors aged 55 and older who previously experienced homelessness, celebrating the two-year anniversary of the community’s opening.
National CORE and its development partners celebrated breaking ground on Vista de La Sierra, a beautiful new apartment community that will soon offer 79 much-needed affordable homes and a manager unit in the La Sierra neighborhood of Riverside.
Linc Housing and National CORE Join Representative Maxine Waters and Supervisor Holly Mitchell to Celebrate the Grand Opening of 101 New Affordable and Supportive Homes in Inglewood
This new transit-oriented affordable and supportive housing apartment complex brings 101 one-, two- and three-bedroom homes to Inglewood, including 50 units for people who have experienced homelessness.
National CORE, the City of Lake Forest and other development partners broke ground today on an affordable apartment community, Mountain View Apartments.
National CORE Provides Stability for World-Class Mathematician Maziar has a tendency to make hard things look easy and downplay his success. Since a young age, he has shown world-class talent in math and science – in 2011, at age 17, he was one of a handful of...
National CORE and MTS Receive $1 Million from California Energy Commission to Help Build Zero-Emissions Affordable Housing in San Diego
San Diego, Calif. — On February 17th, the California Energy Commission (CEC) awarded National Community Renaissance (National CORE), a leading developer in affordable housing, with $1 million in funding for the zero-emission affordable housing design for their...
The closing marks only the second time bonds have been made available by a nonprofit affordable housing developer in the United States
After moving into the new affordable housing community of Crestview Terrace in San Bernardino, Ruby, a single mother of two, has finally been able to take a breath
National CORE and HACSB Celebrate Opening of Crestview Terrace, a New, Transformational Affordable Housing Community
National CORE and the Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino (HACSB) proudly hosted the opening celebration for Crestview Terrace in San Bernardino
National CORE and San Diego Community Housing Corporation Celebrate Valley Senior Village Groundbreaking
National CORE and the San Diego Community Housing Corporation proudly hosted a groundbreaking celebration for the affordable senior housing community of Valley Senior Village today.
National CORE & Hope through Housing Help Residents Apply for and Receive More Than $4 Million in Rental Assistance
As of today, National CORE’s residents have applied for, and received, nearly $4.2 million in rental assistance.
During a November 12th tour highlighting four of National CORE’s affordable housing communities in the 40th Congressional District, National CORE Chairman of the Board and founder Jeff Burum proudly presented Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard with the Daniel R. Fauske Award.
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