ICD (Island City Development)
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ISLAND CITY DEVELOPMENT (ICD), established in 2014, is a non-profit public benefit corporation and housing developer focusing on providing decent, safe, and accessible affordable homes to working families, seniors, veterans, and households of low income where no adequate housing exists. ICD, with its partners and affiliates, own, acquires, develops, provides, finances, rehabilitates and operates 29 properties to date. The actions or partnerships of Island City Development promote social welfare, combat blight and deterioration, work to eliminate discrimination and prejudice and seek to benefit renters within the City of Alameda. ICD partners with the Housing Authority of the City of Alameda to develop new affordable homes.


ICD develops housing for low income households and will partner with the Housing Authority of the City of Alameda. View our development fact pages to learn more about what we have accomplished through our ICD Complexes Page. If you have questions regarding renting apartment homes, getting on a waitlist, inquiring about our low income units or any additional questions about our complexes, answers can be found on the specific ICD property page for additional information and contacts. 

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