Meta Housing is Recognized for its Innovative Design, Services, & Sustainability Measures  

Since 2001, Meta Housing has been recognized with 104 awards, ranging from their innovation in affordable housing and social impact initiatives to sustainable design efforts.  

For example, this year, Main Street Plaza Apartments was recognized by the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO), given the Award of Merit.  The 65-unit, four-story affordable apartment community in Roseville, California provides housing for low-income families, veterans, and individuals with special needs, including homeless veterans. 

In 2021, the Santa Ana Arts Collective project garnered multiple accolades. Upon its completion, it received the Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) OC and the South Bay Honor Award from AIA Long Beach.  

The first project redeveloped under Santa Ana’s new adaptive reuse ordinance, Santa Ana Arts Collective repurposed a 1965 international style office building into 100% affordable, studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom live-work lofts. 

“Our team develops projects with a deep understanding that the communities we build help to transform neighborhoods,” says Kasey Burke, President at Meta Housing. “It is an honor to be consistently recognized for the projects we create, which is truly a testament to the power that public and private partnerships have to deliver true value and purpose to our residents, and to the cities we serve.”