Property Type: AHA Subsidized Properties

  • The Starling

    The Starling

    The Starling (formerly known as Alameda Point Family) consists of 70 units in one four-story building. The community is dedicated to families and individuals and consists of 14 one-bedroom, 37 two-bedroom units and 19 three-bedroom units. Located on the western side of the City of Alameda,  The Starling incorporates innovative green design elements that maximize…

  • Corsair Flats

    Corsair Flats

    Corsair Flats is the first building constructed as part of the Alameda Point Site master development. The new homes for seniors are built on the historic former Naval Air Station base with beautiful views of the Bay. The community has four floors, all with elevator access. The ground floor has a community room with a…

  • Alameda Point Collaborative

    Alameda Point Collaborative

    The Housing Authority of the City of Alameda (AHA) partners with Alameda Point Collaborative (APC) to provide permanent housing to individuals and families experiencing homelessness. AHA provides housing vouchers to select APC clients. For more information please visit this website link.

  • Operation Dignity

    Operation Dignity

    The Housing Authority of the City of Alameda partners with Operation Dignity to provide permanent housing to single male and female veterans, as well as veteran families. AHA provides housing vouchers to select clients of Operation Dignity. For more information please this website link.

  • Bessie Coleman Court

    Bessie Coleman Court

    This 52-unit permanent supportive housing community was named after an American aviator and the first African American woman to earn a pilot’s license. Sited at the former Alameda Naval Base at Alameda Point, Bessie Coleman Court provides permanent apartment units to formerly homeless survivors of domestic violence with deep needs. All residents living at Bessie…

In observance of the following holidays, the Housing Authority of the City of Alameda main office (at 701 Atlantic Avenue) will be closed on Juneteenth (June 19th) and Independence Day (July 4th).