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In 2022, we opened seven new communities. Regardless of the scale or population served, each Mercy Housing community is developed with an unwavering commitment to dynamic partnerships, creative vision, environmental sustainability, and extensive community planning.  

Along with developing brand-new communities, we are committed to preserving existing affordable housing through acquisitions and rehabilitating communities.

We completely refurbished Grace Apartments in Denver, which is home to 53 families, and Carlton Apartments, which features 68 apartments dedicated to permanent supportive housing in Chicago. 

We also purchased Evergreen Ridge in Bellingham, Washington, a community with 145 homes that was at risk of being converted to market-rate apartments.

Our Commitment:

Providing Homes For Those in Need

New Developments

Mauldin, SC

Olii Place

Provides 46 new affordable homes 
for families and a neighborhood community center

Savannah, GA

Savannah Gardens VI

The sixth phase of Savannah Gardens provides 85 family homes

San Francisco, CA

1064 Mission Street

Provides 258 apartments for people exiting homelessness, in partnership with Episcopal Community Services.

Richmond, CA

Hacienda Heights

Acquired and rehabilitated this community with 150 affordable homes for seniors in the Bay Area

Vancouver, WA

Columbia Heights

Provides 69 homes for families in southwest Washington

Bellingham, WA


Provides 77 homes for low- and very low-income families

Seattle, WA

Cedar Crossing

Transit-oriented community with 254 apartment homes for families

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