Submit paper application in person by 5:00 pm on July 12 or postmark by that date. Lottery will place 25 applicants on waitlist for studio apartment and high-level supportive services.
Help spread the word that people 18- through 24-years-old and experiencing homelessness have until July 12 to apply for the waiting list for Harmon Gardens – an innovative, 15-unit affordable housing complex in Berkeley created, funded and coordinated through City efforts.
Applicants who are homeless at the time of the application will be placed in a random lottery. The first 25 selected will be placed on the waiting list.
Applicants, who can include up to one other person in their household, must make less than $51,800 if they apply alone or less than $59,200 if they include another person in their application.
To apply, download or pick up a paper application. Submit your completed application by 5:00 pm on July 12 to enter the housing waitlist lottery. Only one application per household.
The waitlist process and this central Berkeley property are run by Satellite Affordable Housing Associates, a nonprofit affordable housing developer and provider.
Download or pick up application; submit by July 12
3240 Sacramento Street, Suite #19; Berkeley, CA 94702
- Tuesday, July 11, 2023, 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
- Wednesday, July 12, 2023, 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Bring your application to the office or postmark your paper applications by July 12, 2023. Mailed applications, which should be addressed to the office location above, should be sent using postage that will arrive by the manager's office by 5:00 pm on July 19, 2023.
For assistance with the application or for accommodations based on disability, call (833) 312-1818 until 5:00pm on July 12, 2023. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harmon Gardens: housing to support a variety of needs
Harmon Gardens is a 15-studio apartment building for transition-age youth and one manager's unit that provides permanent homes to develop independent living skills and connections in the community.
Residents receive high-level supportive services through a partnership with Fred Finch Youth Center and Berkeley Mental Health, enabling them to maintain their housing while living independently. Harmon Gardens has been carefully designed to meet the needs of the target population, incorporating feedback from project service providers and consumer preference surveys.
This centrally located development in Berkeley provides residents with convenient access to neighborhood amenities, along with a range of on-site services and facilities. The building design boasts several notable features, including a spacious community clubhouse, offices for property management and social services, a computer room, and laundry facilities. Additionally, residents enjoy easy accessibility to AC Transit bus lines and the Ashby BART Station.
The City of Berkeley Housing Trust Fund program supports this property to provide affordable housing opportunities for the Berkeley community.
If you or someone you know is experiencing homelessness and is age 18 through 24, this wait list provides an opportunity.
Download or pick up an application. Deliver it in person by 5:00 pm on July 12 or make sure it is postmarked by that date.
- Harmon Gardens: waitlist information (Satellite Affordable Housing Associates)
- Download paper application: English, Español, 中文 (Satellite Affordable Housing Associates)
- Informational Flyer: English, Español, 中文 (Satellite Affordable Housing Associates)
- Affordable Housing Resources (City of Berkeley)