Two stories with a total of 24 rental units (25,396 sq. ft.)) will provide short/long-term housing for youth aging out of foster care, homeless mothers and families, community members facing trauma and substance use, and the local workforce; 100% of units will be affordable. Four 2-bedroom, 18 1-bedroom and two studio apartments will provide stable housing for low-income residents in an environment of skyrocketing local rents.
Families will have priority in the larger units, with individuals and couples in the smaller units: 45-60 tenants are expected annually, depending on unit turnover.
We are honored to be Marin County’s first project under California’s SB 35, which fast-tracks the permitting process for affordable housing projects.