LGBT Affordable Senior Housing Focuses on the Community’s Special Needs

NCCLF has closed a $4.46 Million loan on behalf of the Bay Area Transit Oriented Affordable Housing Fund (TOAH) to help finance San Francisco’s first and the country’s largest affordable housing specifically welcoming to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) seniors. NCCLF is one of six Community Development Finance Institutions (CDFIs) in the Fund, and…

Local Architect Brings Beauty to Central Market’s Arts Organizations

“Architecture isn’t just about putting a roof over your head,” says Mark Jensen, founder and Principal of Jensen Architects. “It’s about craftsmanship; merging functionality with artistic expression.” After graduating from Cal-Poly with a degree in Architecture, Mark spent three and a half years studying and working in Florence Italy, where he learned to approach architecture…

Recent Consulting and Training Clients

The following organizations are currently receiving financial and/or real estate assessments to help them understand their financial position and plan for the future: Community Arts Stabilization Trust (CAST) – Works to increase the capitalization of community arts and cultural organizations in the Central Market neighborhood of San Francisco by working in partnership with community arts…

NCCLF Projects Gets Recognition and Awards

NCCLF is proud to have supported two affordable housing projects featured in this month’s Affordable Housing Finance magazine; Habitat for Humanity’s Daly City project and Oakland’s Lower San Antonio neighborhood Clinton Commons. Habitat for Humanity’s 36-unit condominium in Daly City is recognized for its evolution of multifamily development that steps outside of the organization’s usual…