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.
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.
Raymond, an 81-year-old Navy veteran, did everything he could to avoid catching COVID-19. With support from the team at Hope through Housing, he isolated himself completely for nearly seven months.
National Community Renaissance (National CORE) has established itself as the nonprofit affordable housing developer leading the nation in sustainability and energy efficiency.
Day Creek Senior Villas Receives Affordable Housing Finance’s 2021 Reader’s Choice Award for Best Green Development
Day Creek Senior Villas named Best Green Development in the nation during voting for Affordable Housing Finance’s 2021 Reader’s Choice Awards.
National CORE Proudly Celebrates the Groundbreaking of a Transformational, Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing Community in East LA
National CORE and its development partners celebrated the groundbreaking of a 78-unit affordable housing community at 3rd St. and Dangler Avenue in East L.A.
Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes Delivers $8 Million for the Revitalization of Las Coronas Affordable Housing Communities in Corona
Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes presented an $8 million grant to the City of Corona on behalf of the California Department of Housing and Community Development
Key Federal and Local Legislators Tour the Next Phase of the Greater Arrowhead Grove Neighborhood Revitalization
Key elected officials in the national, state, and local housing landscape toured the affordable housing community of Crestview Terrace in San Bernardino Tuesday, the third phase of the redevelopment of the Greater Arrowhead Grove Neighborhood.
National CORE proudly broke ground today on reconstruction at the affordable housing community of Villa Serena in San Marcos with development partners, including city and county leaders and California State Treasurer Fiona Ma.
National CORE, the Only Nonprofit Affordable Housing Developer in the Nation to be Recognized as a 2021 LEED Power Builder by the U.S. Green Building Council
For the third consecutive year, National CORE has been recognized as a LEED Homes Power Builder by the U.S. Green Building Council
Low-income Inland Empire residents will soon have access to training programs in property management, maintenance and other fields through National CORE and Chaffey College, thanks to $1 million in state funding secured by California Assemblymember James C. Ramos.
Standard & Poor’s (S&P) Global Ratings, one of the foremost U.S. providers of credit ratings, has given National Community Renaissance of California an A+ credit rating
National CORE’s Day Creek Senior Villas in Rancho Cucamonga is one of 36 finalists for the Best Overall Development and one of two finalists in the Green category.
National CORE and its partners celebrated the grand opening of the affordable housing community of Day Creek Senior Villas on Wednesday, July 14, with a crowd that included public officials, city partners, funders, and supporters.
National CORE, the Santa Ana United Methodist Church, Mercy House, the County of Orange, and the City of Santa Ana celebrate the much-anticipated groundbreaking of Legacy Square.
National CORE, the Santa Ana United Methodist Church, and their partners celebrate the groundbreaking of affordable housing community Legacy Square in Santa Ana.
California and LA Housing Leaders Visit Transitional Housing Site, Consider Tripling Size of Project Homekey
The directors of California and Los Angeles’ housing agencies visited Casa Luna, one of two former hotels in Northeast LA that National CORE, in partnership with Union Station Homeless Services, the City of LA, and the State of California, has converted into over one hundred units of transitional housing for individuals experiencing homelessness.
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