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Now accepting housing applications from low-income seniors 

Illustration of Mission Paradise Apartments, a grey building.

Mission Paradise is now accepting applications from low-income seniors 62 years of age and older to move into new apartments under construction at 28000 Mission Boulevard in Hayward. The application deadline is June 11. 

Being built by nonprofit housing developer EAH Housing, Mission Paradise apartments will be finished with modern touches, energy efficient appliances and most units will have balconies. Community amenities include a roof-top deck, parking, community room and garden, and fitness and computer rooms. 

Fifteen of the 76 units are for seniors with severe mental illness experiencing homelessness—and who will be supported at Mission Paradise with on-site services tailored to their needs. 

Twenty-five out of the 76 units are designated as project-based rental assistance units specifically for eligible seniors referred by the Housing Authority of Alameda County. Thirty-five units are open to seniors with incomes ranging from 30 percent to 80 percent of the Area Median Income for Alameda County. 


Interested applicants can download and submit an application through the County Housing Portal (, or call (510) 373-0086 to request a paper application to be mailed. For any questions regarding the application process and eligibility requirements, please contact the property management office at or visit the property website here

Mission Paradise is made possible in part with the contribution of $6 million from the City of Hayward. 

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