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13230 Evening Creek Dr., Suite 213
San Diego, CA 92128
6000 Shoreline Court., Suite 206
South San Francisco, CA 94080
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We're making great progress at The Union Flats!
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The Union Flats is a great example of the type of vibrant and dense housing that should be built next to transit,' said Eugene Lee, Chief of the Infill Infrastructure Grant Program for [the California Department of Housing and Community Development]. 'It will allow people to have the option of getting to jobs without cars. We believe it will become a model for other California communities as they develop the precious land next to their transit centers.' Cannon Constructors is proud to be the general contractor for this much-needed housing development
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Cannon Constructors North, Inc. is proud to be working with BRIDGE Housing to provide affordable housing in the Bay Area. Some 18,000 people have expressed interest in applying to live at Marea Alta, a BRIDGE property under construction across from San Leandro BART. Marea Alta is being built using modular construction, which is anticipated to save time and costs.
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We're nearing completion at Marea Alta! Soon the approximately 18,000 people who are interested in living here will be able to apply for an apartment.
Read KQED News Article: In San Leandro, 115 Affordable Units and 18,000 Lined Up to Get In
Brand New, Very Angular Condos at 450 Hayes Start Selling!
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Adhi Nagraj, Marea Alta's director of development, has "estimated that the modular construction process being used by contractor Cannon Constructors North has saved the project 10 to 15 percent of its $58 million construction costs." Marea Alta, once completed, is estimated to be the largest modular affordable housing project in California. More Information