Community HousingWorks Press Release
On Thursday, October 11, elected leaders from the State of California and the City of Oceanside were on-hand for the opening of the new Mission Cove Seniors apartments developed by Community HousingWorks as part of a larger intergenerational community connecting seniors and families in Oceanside.
“Mission Cove is the realization of a dream shared by the City of Oceanside and Community HousingWorks. Today, we have the honor of welcoming 138 senior families to their life-changing new homes,” said Sue Reynolds, CEO of Community HousingWorks. “These are not just affordable apartments. We are building opportunity and stable, healthy futures for seniors, including veterans and people experiencing homelessness.”
Oceanside Mayor Peter Weiss and Councilmembers Jack Feller and Esther Sanchez joined Senator Bates and Community HousingWorks leadership to celebrate the community’s long-awaited opening.
“If we had a place like this when I was working as a social worker, it would have been a real miracle,” said Senator Pat Bates, who spoke at the opening celebration for Mission Cove Seniors. “This project represents the hard work and vision of a diverse group of caring leaders. It is an honor to welcome this special place to our community.”
Read the full press release.