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The Unity Council acquired 3073 International along with 1305 and 1305 31st Avenue in May of 2023 to be developed as affordable housing. We are beginning our community outreach process and will be updating this web page as project updates occur.

Our first community meeting will be held Sunday February 18th at 1pm at the Fruitvale San-Antonio Senior Center located at 3301 E 12th St Suite 201, Oakland.

If you have any feedback for us, kindly return as the survey will be available shortly!

Want to play more of a role in the design of this building? Apply here to join our community advisory group! https://wkf.ms/3SNavXP 

Site

Below is an aerial view of the site for reference.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) WHAT IS AFFORDABLE HOUSING?

Most people call housing “affordable” when they don’t have to choose between paying rent and buying groceries, when they don’t have to live in crowded or unhealthy conditions, and when they can afford a home that provides a sense of security and community.

Policymakers and advocates call housing “affordable” when a household pays no more than 30% of its total income for housing costs (rent or mortgage payment, insurance, taxes, and utilities).

Contact:

 3073international@unitycouncil.org