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We recently closed on Rosewood Park Apartments, a 94-unit Senior Community in Commerce, CA. With rents continuing to rise throughout Southern California, this property will offer much needed relief for our senior community in Los Angeles. Please check our "Senior Communities" page for more information!

We are very pleased about the progress of El Rancho, a family community in Mesa, Arizona. The Foundation has partnered with Community Development Partners to bring this 46-unit apartment complex to fruition, which will consist of 25 two-bedroom units, 11 three-bedroom units and 10 four-bedroom units. El Rancho is approximately 50% complete, with a scheduled completion in early 2017. Please continue to check back for more updates on this exciting project!

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The development of a brand new senior community, Liberty at Aliso is currently underway. This property will bring approximately 200-units of much needed housing to our seniors in Orange County in addition to our 164-unit property next door, Vintage Aliso. The community will feature a clubhouse, swimming pool, courtyard and surface/garage parking. The units will be equipped with energy efficient appliances, central heating and air, as well as ample storage. You may find more information about this exciting project at http://www.usapropfund.com/communities/liberty-aliso/.

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We are so excited about our acquisition of Plaza Townhomes, a 68-unit family community in Portland, Oregon. We have partnered with WNC to provide a 100% affordable property. We look forward to future ventures in this beautiful state!

The Foundation has acquired 4 lovely properties in Ogden and Salt Lake City, Utah. With a total of 312 units, these properties will bring much needed affordable senior housing to the community and are a great addition to the Foundation family. Head over to our Senior Communities page to learn more!

The Foundation has committed to the Better Buildings Business Challenge to reduce our energy and water consumption by 20% by 2020. This commitment is made on the entire Wholly Owned Portfolio consisting of 23 properties, 1,953 units covering 1.6 Million square feet of space.

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Embrace partners with CCSA a local nonprofit to provide food to Brisa Del Mar Apartments in Chula Vista and Ten Fifty B Street Apartments in San Diego. The overwhelming cost of food in San Diego County has become a very real problem for our low income communities. Thanks to the support of Community Christian Service Agency and the determination of our Embrace coordinators who pick up the food from the distribution site, our communities are now receiving food distributions one to two times a month. The donated food is meant to assist those in need who are unable to obtain the basic necessities or who just may need a little added support to get by. Thank you CCSA for the work that you do to help combat hunger in San Diego.

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Embrace partners with Hands of Mercy, Encounter (H.O.M.E.) to provide food to low income seniors. The residents at Coventry Heights and Cambridge Heights Apartments now receive a food distribution two times a month thanks to the generous support of the Hands of Mercy, Encounter organization. The food helps to provide a much needed food supplement for our fragile seniors. Seniors living on a very low fixed income often times go hungry towards the end of the month as their benefits run out. Hands of Mercy helps to provide the necessary support they need to overcome this challenge. We thank Hands of Mercy for their generosity and their support of our community.

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