North Sacramento, CA
BRIDGE Housing Corporation is proposing to transform the vacant land and unoccupied buildings at 440 Arden Way into a vibrant new affordable family housing development. Current designs include 124 units, serving households who earn between 30% and 60% Area Median Income (AMI), with 25% of units designated as permanent supportive housing. The unit sizes will include a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedrooms. The ground floor of the building will include a child care center, retail space, and community room.
BRIDGE Housing Corporation and its partners believe through the inclusion and combination of high-quality affordable housing, a strong supportive services program, and partnerships with local businesses, 440 Arden Way will transform this vacant land into a space that provides residents and surrounding community members and businesses with the opportunity for stability, economic growth, and personal health.
The site is currently vacant, paved land with two unoccupied single-story commercial buildings and accompanying landscaped areas.
The project team is currently working through the entitlement process at the state level, developing design drawings and completing the CEQA environmental review. Recently, BRIDGE Housing Corporation entered into an Exclusive Negotiation Agreement (ENA) with the State of California to secure site control with the intention to enter into a long-term ground lease in early 2022.
This development will add 124 units of high-quality housing in North Sacramento for individuals and families with low and moderate incomes. 25% of units will be reserved as permanent supportive.
As part of the proposed project, BRIDGE has proposed including 7,600 sf of new courtyard space that will contain a play area for children.
440 Arden Way will include a 4,200 sf childcare center with a secured outdoor courtyard and play area. BRIDGE is partnering with Child Action Inc. to identify a childcare provider to occupy the space.
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