Video: Breaking ground in San Jose

A photo of The Kelsey team and Kelsey's mom and dad, including 11 people with and without visible and invisible disabilities, of difference races and ages. Some people wearing white hard hats with The Kelsey logo and others are holding shovels.

On June 30 we celebrated the groundbreaking of The Kelsey Ayer Station. The Kelsey Ayer Station will bring 115 affordable, accessible, and inclusive homes for people with and without disabilities to the San Jose community. The groundbreaking marks a major milestone in The Kelsey’s ongoing mission of pioneering disability-forward housing solutions that open doors to homes and opportunities for everyone. We’re so grateful to all the partners and funders to met this milestone with us. More about the community here.

Co-developers: Sares Regis Group of Northern California and Devine and Gong

Funding Partners: Predevelopment lender: Google’s affordable housing fund; Construction and Permanent funders: City of San Jose, California Department of Housing and Community Development Transit Oriented Development Program, US Department of Housing & Urban Development, Capital One, Enterprise Community Partners, California Housing Finance Agency, Housing Trust Silicon Valley, The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, and individual supporters

General Contractor: Devcon Construction