new homes & meaningful impact

Connecting Communities

Gardner House and Allen Family Center

Seattle, WA

Provides 95 new affordable homes 
for families and a neighborhood community center

Baldwin Rose Apartments

El Monte, CA

Provides 54 apartment homes including 22 homes for formerly homeless veterans and 32 homes for veteran families


The Courtyards on Orange Grove

Sacramento, CA

Provides 92 apartment homes for formerly homeless individuals 


Pico Robertson Senior Community

Los Angeles, CA 

Provides 48 apartment homes for seniors and formerly homeless individuals

Placentia Veterans Village

Placentia, CA 

Provides 50 new apartment homes for formerly homeless veterans


Stability sets people up for success. On average, people live in a Mercy Housing home for six years.


We reopened the Miriam Apartments in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood after a complete rehabilitation to the historic building, winning multiple awards.


Mercy Community Capital, Mercy Housing’s CDFI loan fund, made our first-ever deal in Puerto Rico, with a $685K predevelopment loan to build Villa Pacifica, affordable homes for families in Mayagüez.


After many years of planning, the rebuilding effort at Sunnydale in San Francisco took a major leap forward with the construction and design of four new buildings.


We reduced our energy use by 30% and water use by 27% — exceeding our goal of 20% reduction within 10 years as part of the Better Buildings Challenge and The Big Reach.

Our goal is to measure growth by more than
numbers. We strive for meaningful impact.

Housing justice is
social justice.”


We are committed to achieving racial equity, diversity, and inclusion. This work is grounded in our founding Core Values and in being accountable to those values.