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Belmar Groves redevelopment

Metro West Housing Solutions partners with tenants to improve accessibility in all communities

Metro West Housing Solutions embarked on a major renovation of Belmar Groves starting in 2023. This $25 million renovation includes new roofs, upgraded appliances,  improved landscaping and more. As the work began, a tenant at Belmar Groves – who is blind – approached the staff with some suggestions on what could make the property and …

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Bill Lunsford and Tami Fischer at Lamar Station Art Installation

Lamar Station Crossing Public Art Dedicated to Bill Lunsford, Founding Development Director of Metro West Housing Solutions

The public art installation at Lamar Station Crossing, Dancing Light Poles, is complete. Metro West Housing Solutions CEO Tami Fischer recently took its honoree, Bill Lunsford, to see the beautiful creation. Located within the courtyard of Lamar Station Crossing, the installation is a collaboration between Metro West Housing Solutions (MWHS), 40West Arts District and artist …

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Road is paved at Belmar Community.

Working to Create a Legacy

Neighbors comes together to improve Belmar Community On Wednesday, August 2, Doug Wells and Cathy Hatfield from the Belmar Community Connection Neighborhood Association (BCC) came to CityScape to present to residents the Belmarsh project, currently taking place just south of CityScape. Belmarsh is a collaboration among the City, Metro West Housing Solutions, Alameda Connects, Belmar …

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Creekside residents head out with their pilot on a trishaw to visit the neighborhood.

Bike program gives residents at Creekside a unique way to explore their community.

Creekside residents regularly experience their community and go sightseeing within their neighborhood, thanks to the folks at Cycling Without Age. “I was out last week and saw some amazing yards and we found the cutest little bakery,” said Renette R., a resident of Creekside. Renette and her friend Helen D. have had knee replacements, so …

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