BayVista’s mission statement has always been to leave a legacy for the next generation, we are pushing that mission into the modern age. Coming soon we are building eco-friendly family housing. We are making steps for a cleaner better future for affordable housing. Here’s a first look at the models and stay tuned for more…Read More→
In 2019 Asia Pacific had the largest number of coworking spaces (11,592) followed by EMEA (6,850) Americas (6,293), then United Kingdom (5,923) By 2022, China is forecasted to become one of the largest market for coworking spaces at 5,000 spaces. India is forecasted to become one of the fastest growing markets for coworking spaces, buoyed…Read More→
If you’re looking for a colorful and interesting way to hang your photos, without putting holes in your wall, use washi tape to create a beautiful border or simply tape up the corners, for a quick, pretty, and totally removable display.
Moving day is arguably one of the most stressful days one can have. I am here to help alleviate some with some moving with some tips and tricks. We recommend hiring professional movers. Professional movers ensure your moving day will go well for a few reasons. First, they have all the right supplies. They have…Read More→
People may think that living in a small space will limit a person in their decorating endeavors but, having a small space actually encourages you to think outside the box. One way that you can decorate your space both large and small and make it look bigger are mirrors. Not just for fun houses mirrors…Read More→
Beacon Apartments 1435 C StreetSan Diego, CA 92101 43 affordable rental units serving individuals experiencing homelessness (up to 50% of AMI) Expected completion: Summer 2019 Developer: Wakeland Housing and Development Corporation Contact: 619-235-2296 The Stella (formerly Twain Veterans Housing) 4304 Twain AvenueSan Diego, CA 92120 79 affordable rental units serving Veterans experiencing homelessness (up to 50% of…Read More→
California is among the top destinations for high-tech workers, who earn among the highest incomes in the country. Those who already own homes in the state, especially in San Francisco’s tony Bay Area, are the envy of their peers elsewhere. Even so, California’s new governor, Gavin Newsom, sees a growing “homeless epidemic” haunting middle-income workers…Read More→
It’s no surprise that affordability has been a tremendous concern for many home owners living in California, and new data suggests that their worries are far from over. According to the Traditional Housing Affordability Index from the California Association of Realtors, the percentage of homebuyers who could afford to purchase a median-priced, existing single-family home edged…Read More→