Property Type: Housing Authority of the City of Alameda

  • Scattered Sites

    Scattered Sites

    Scattered sites are a collection of affordable housing units located throughout the City of Alameda and are owned by either the Housing Authority of the City of Alameda (AHA) or the Alameda Affordable Housing Corporation (AAHC). Please direct all property management requests to Kimberly Watkins at (510) 217-8683 or send email to ahascatteredsites.info@fpimgt.com or aahcscatteredsites.info@fpimgt.com.…

  • Parrot Gardens

    Parrot Gardens

    Comprised of 8 cottages, Parrot Gardens is nestled quietly at the end of St. Charles Street. Amenities that are within a few blocks include Littlejohn Park, a small business district on Lincoln Avenue, the Mastick Senior Center, and major bus lines (including 51A, provided by AC Transit) are only 4 blocks away. To request ordinary…

  • Bay37 at Pulte Homes

    Bay37 at Pulte Homes

    Rich in history with beautiful waterfront views, Breeze at Bay37 in Alameda features single-family homes with Life Tested® floor plans, smart home features, modern architecture, and energy-efficient construction. This new construction community boasts a variety of amenities for residents, including picnic areas, a playground, a public dock, public transit (includes bus routes 51A, provided by…

  • Independence Plaza

    Independence Plaza

    Independence Plaza703 Atlantic Avenue, Alameda Built in 1990, Independence Plaza is a 186-unit secure senior complex spread out over five buildings at Atlantic and Constitution Avenues. Surrounded by busy streets on 3 sides, it is quite peaceful once you enter its gates. The buildings and grounds include an on-site resident manager, a community room with…

  • Anne B. Diament Plaza

    Anne B. Diament Plaza

    Anne B. Diament Plaza is located at 920 Park Street and is a residential senior housing community for people aged 62 and older. Located just steps from Alameda’s biggest shopping center and several bus stops, Anne B. Diament Plaza is a perfect blend of urban dwelling and peaceful serenity. Built in 1975, it is a…

  • The Poplar

    The Poplar

    The Poplar is a planned new development on a one-acre site in the desirable Fernside neighborhood. The development is in a walkable neighborhood near grocery stores, schools, transit stops, and community parks. The Poplar will be a family development of 40-50 apartment homes reserved for low-to moderate-income families including one manager unit. The development will…

In observance of the following holidays, the Housing Authority of the City of Alameda main office (at 701 Atlantic Avenue) will be closed on Memorial Day (May 27th), Juneteenth (June 19th), Independence Day (July 4th).