We build Communities. We change lives.

Community Housing Developers is one of the most well-established affordable housing providers in Northern California.

Affordable housing

“We provide affordable housing to underserved and qualified households in Silicon Valley. See Applicant Qualification.

40 Years

“Community Housing Developers has served this community for 40 years, and we are deeply dedicated to continuing our Mission.”

Everything Counts

“We believe that having a beautiful and affordable place to call home is a right for everyone, regardless of income.”

Our Properties

Our Home is Yours

19140 Stevens Creek Blvd.
Cupertino, CA 95014

513 branham lane east
san jose, CA 95111

3678 & 3679 bridgeport court
san jose, CA 95117

785 reseda drive
sunnyvale, CA 94087

31 miles avenue
los gatos, CA 95030

10192 and 10194 beardon drive
Cupertino, CA 95014

OUR Mission

40 Years & Counting

At Community Housing Developers, Inc. our mission is to provide access to high quality, affordable housing in Santa Clara County to persons with low- to moderate-income, with special attention given to those with unique needs such as seniors, single-parent households, homeless families, and the physically disabled.

About Us

These are our roots

Community Housing Developers, Inc. (CHD) is a private, tax-exempt nonprofit housing provider based in San Jose, at the heart of California’s Silicon Valley. CHD was formed in 1979 by a broad-based coalition of community groups, churches, and concerned individuals. Since its establishment, we have had a long record of achievement. 

Over our 40 years, we have developed 2,182 units and assisted more than 90,000 families throughout the Bay Area. The size and scope of CHD’s properties are impressive and diverse; ranging from the quaint four-unit building at Fairview Apartments in Los Gatos, to the 43-unit complex at the Summerset Apartments in Santa Clara. Most of the projects target the needs of qualifying families, but many also serve seniors and individuals.

Client Testimonials

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