In 2023, RMG received recognition from the Pension Real Estate Association for leading the development program of the SDS-Supportive Housing Fund (“SHF”). With continued support from private impact funds like SHF, RMG is poised to develop over 10,000 homes for housing insecure individuals over the next decade.
“Simply put, everyone needs a home and we make that happen.”
– Mo Zahrawi, Co-Founder | RMG
Our Award-Winning projects, like Dolores Huerta Apartments, which received the United Way Innovative Supportive Housing Award, highlight our unwavering dedication to building housing for people facing homelessness and housing insecurity.
The Dolores Huerta Apartments were developed through a collaboration between RMG Housing and the City of Los Angeles that resulted in 40 units of permanent supportive housing for unhoused Angelenos. The community is named after the highly esteemed labor leader Dolores Huerta who participated in the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony along with Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass.
A 49-unit large one-bedroom permanent supportive housing community with rich amenities including active rooftop deck, computer room, library, bike storage, gym, public meeting space and supportive service offices. RMG’s partnership with the Veterans Administration will enable 49 former service members to have a supportive place to call home.
This 75-unit community for Veterans is RMG Housing’s first project in the Bay Area and first project to incorporate modular design. Located in the city center of Concord, residents will have nearby access to a broad range of services, shops and a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Station.
Why Partner with RMG?
“RMG Housing has demonstrated a deep understanding of the City’s vital housing needs and knows how to address them with private sector impact capital and efficient and scalable development. The Mayor’s Office has acknowledged RMG Housing’s efforts by including its LA projects on the City’s priority list.”