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Coastside Senior Housing complex in Half Moon Bay seeking applicants
July 25, 2013, 05:00 AM

A new affordable senior apartment community in Half Moon Bay is seeking applicants.

Coastside Senior Housing located at 925 Main St. is scheduled to be completed by January 2014. The housing is for low-income seniors and rents will be subsidized based on income.

Applicants must meet income and qualification criteria and be 62 years or older.

Developed by Mercy Housing and Lesley Senior Communities, the building will consist of three floors. It will feature 39 one-bedroom apartments for rent on two floors. The first floor of the complex will house nonprofit agency Senior Coastsiders and the Coastside Adult Day Health Center.

Applications will be available through Aug. 2 and must be returned by mail and postmarked by Monday, Aug. 5, to the San Mateo County Housing Authority, Attn: Coastside Senior Housing c/o UPS Store, 951-2 Old County Road, No. 403, Belmont, CA 94002.

Applications are available at 535 Kelly St., Half Moon Bay and a few other locations in the area.



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