February 27, 2020 / Talking with Rabbi Ted: Let’s Talk Petaluma
Ali Gaylord, Regional Director of MidPen Housing, says she can, and offers some number crunching to explain why her Foster City non-profit chose Petaluma, and how she believes MidPen can build 40 much needed rental apartments in the heart of our city.
January 8, 2020 / North Bay Business Journal: Top Real Estate Projects in the North Bay awards for 2019
Alicia Gaylord of MidPen Housing, developer of Celestine Garden Apartments, accepts one of North Bay Business Journal’s Top Real Estate Projects in the North Bay Awards on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country hotel in Santa Rosa. (Jeff Quackenbush / North Bay Business Journal)
November 20, 2019 / Sustainable Sonoma: Housing Strategy Underway
Sustainable Sonoma is working with an incredible team of housing experts: Cassandra Benjamin, CSB Philanthropic Solutions; Libby Seifel, Seifel Consulting Inc.; Joshua Abrams, Baird + Driskell; Alicia Gaylord, MidPen Housing Corporation; Walter Keiser, Economic & Planning Systems; and Margaret Van Vliet, Trillium Advisors. Each is providing expertise in one or more solution domains: Actions for Government, Community Based Solutions, and Market or Private Sector Approaches.
July 16, 2018 / Sonoma Index-Tribune: Sonoma Splash to sell Paul’s Resort pool site to hotelier, affordable housing developer
Alicia Gaylord, MidPen’s director of housing development for the North Bay, said the nonprofit affordable housing developer was brought into discussions only recently, adding, “We don’t have a purchase agreement yet, we have signed a letter of intent.”
“We’re attempting to get about 80 family units on the site, right now it’s too preliminary to get specific,” said Gaylord. She said that three the parties – representatives from Norman Krug, MidPen and Sonoma Splash – would be meeting on Tuesday to go over site plan issues, and the hope is to have an agreement in short order.
June 27, 2018 / Petaluma Argus Courier: Santa Rosa poised to go solo on affordable housing bond
The new 60-unit complex in Fetters Hots Springs cost $28.5 million, but just $2.5 million in local funds were contributed to the project, the balance coming from state and federal funds, said Alicia Gaylord, director of housing for MidPen Housing Corp., which developed the project.
June 14, 2016 / Mission Housing Development Corporation: Walking Tour Explores Missing Affordable Housing
Alicia Gaylord of BRIDGE Housing presented details about the partnership between BRIDGE Housing and Mission Housing that is building 1950 Mission, a 100-percent affordable housing development.
Alicia Gaylord and Sameena Sitabkhan pointed out proposed features of the alley running behind 1950 Mission.