Launched in 2022, and ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing’s newest initiative, Homeless to Housed (H2H) works to explore real estate solutions to the growing humanitarian and economic crisis impacting communities everywhere. Core elements of this work include conducting research, promoting cross-sector collaboration, providing local technical assistance through ULI’s network of district councils, and sharing knowledge and expertise for addressing housing challenges for individuals and families experiencing homelessness.
The inaugural H2H cohort was launched in July 2023. ULI SF is grateful to have been selected as one of five ULI district councils to receive grant funding from the H2H Initiative and the Attainable Housing for All Campaign. ULI SF will work with the City of San José to develop immediate implementable actions to address homelessness. The focus of the program is to encourage housing development for low-income and unsheltered residents on underutilized land owned by places of workshop, faith-based organizations, and other nonprofit organizations.
The district council is pleased that the following industry and community leaders are participating in the ad-hoc leadership committee for this program:
- Xiomara Cisneros, Housing Affordability Manager, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
- Rebecca Foster, CEO, Housing Accelerator Fund
- Jan Lindenthal-Cox, Chief Investment Officer, Housing Accelerator Fund
- Lindsay Haddix, Executive Director, East Bay Housing Organizations
- Linda Mandolini, President, Eden Housing
- Jared Nolan, Associate Director, Eden Housing
- Preston Prince, Executive Director, Santa Clara County Housing Authority
- Jody Ketcheside, Assistant Director of Supportive Housing, Santa Clara County Housing Authority
- Dan Schoenholz, Community Development Director, City of Fremont
- Jay Sholl, Senior Vice President of Global Advisory & Transaction Services, CBRE
- April Talley, Project Director, City of San Rafael
The focus of the program is to encourage housing development for low-income and unsheltered residents on underutilized land owned by places of workshop, faith-based organizations, and other nonprofit organizations. Please contact Joy Woo, ULI SF Senior Director, with any questions.