b'Community Real Estate a legacy of .MEDAs Community Real Estate program embeds small businesses, nonprofits, arts, and cul-tural institutions in our affordable housing properties to maintain the Latino presence and cultural life in the Mission, alongside the 2,053 housing units being preserved-produced since 2014. This is our cultural placekeeping work.2022s ribbon-cutting ceremonies for two new 100% affordable buildings included:2060 FolsomCasa Adelante: a place to call home for 125 families and local non-profits, First Exposures, Good Samaritan, PODER, and Youth Speaks, next to the Missions first green, open space and public park in a decade, In Chan Kaajal Park. The building features San Francisco-based muralist Jessica Sabogal.282816thStreetCasa Adelante:housing for 143 families, transitional-aged youth, and local nonprofits Felton Institute, Galera de la Raza, and HOMEY. Co-located within the building, Feltons Solmar Center increased the number of early childcare slots for the esti-mated 3,000 families awaiting subsidized childcare.6'