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Apple recently opened Veterans Square Housing as a result of partnerships with affordable housing organizations across California

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Apple recently opened Veterans Square housing complex in Pittsburg, California. It’s a 30-unit building for both veterans and individuals who have been identified as having the greatest need for housing. It was opened in March, with funding from donors including Apple, as part of the company’s $2.5 billion commitment to address the housing crisis across California. Apple has now deployed more than $1.3 billion of that commitment to a diverse array of projects in conjunction with California Housing Finance Authority (CalHFA), Destination: Home, and Housing Trust Silicon Valley.


Kristina Raspe, Apple’s vice president for Global Real Estate and Facilities: “We’re incredibly proud to see families and neighbors moving into new homes as a result of our partnership with affordable housing organizations across California. Apple is committed to finding real solutions that can help our communities thrive, and these new projects represent tangible progress toward making that promise a reality for so many of our fellow Californians.” To learn more about this, read Apple’s full press release.


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