Jan, 15, 2019
Governor Gavin Newsom signed executive order N-06-19 to address the housing affordability crisis that is facing the State of California. Governor Newsom ordered the Department of General Services (DGS) and the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD), to identify and prioritize excess state-owned property and aggressively pursue the goals of affordable, sustainable, innovative, feasible, and cost-effective housing projects.
Oct, 19, 2020
Following executive order N-06-19, the California Department of General Services (DGS) and the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) released a request for development proposals for the vacant site at 440 Arden Way, Sacramento, CA. Proposals were encouraged to prioritize affordability, innovative housing and construction types, efficiency, accessibility, sustainability, low development costs, community outreach, partnership and collaboration.
Apr, 27, 2021
BRIDGE Housing Corporation (BRIDGE) were selected to develop 440 Arden Way based on a proposal submitted with LPAS Architecture, TriCorp Group, and Lutheran Social Services. The proposal included 124 units of affordable housing affordable to households earning 30 - 60% of the area median income, a 4,200 sf childcare center, and 1,000 sf retail space as well as on-site resident services and community spaces.
Fall 2021 - Spring 2022
BRIDGE Housing is working with City of Sacramento as well as local civic groups to host community outreach and engagement events. Please check the Updates tab for notifications about upcoming events and opportunities to comment.
Spring 2022 - Spring 2023
Following community outreach and engagement, BRIDGE will work with LPAS Architecture to develop project designs and submit funding applications. Full financing is expected in 2023.
Construction is expected to begin in Fall 2023 and will last an estimated 20 months.