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MHSA Funded Projects

Renaissance at Trinity

Renaissance at Trinity

532 South Trinity Street
Fresno, CA

Project Completion Date: August 2011

Renaissance at Trinity, a 20 unit rental-housing development located in Fresno, provides permanent supportive housing for qualified chronically homeless persons.  Renaissance at Trinity includes 15 units specifically set aside for MHSA target population adults. The units consist of 1 bedroom, bathroom, full kitchen and living area. Residents at Trinity have use of the on-site Community Building that includes a kitchen and lounge area and also provides for social activities including life skills, a computer room, meeting space for supportive services and private offices for supportive services and property management staff.

Renaissance at Trinity was developed by The City of Fresno Housing Authority. Additional financing includes:  Low Income Housing Tax Credits (CTCAC), FHLB SF Affordable Housing Program, HUD Continuum of Care Funds (COC), and Housing Relinquished Fund Corporation, an affiliate of The City of Fresno Housing Authority.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $875,000 Operating Subsidy $0
Total Project Funding: $3,298,588


The Courtyards in Long Beach

The Courtyards in Long Beach

1027 and 1045 Redondo Avenue
1134 Stanley Avenue
350 E. Esther Avenue
Long Beach, Los Angeles County

Project Completion Date: December 2011

Recipient of the Southern California Association of NonProfit Housing (SCANPH) 2011 Special Needs Housing Development of the Year, the Courtyards in Long Beach is a multiple site project with a total of 46 units in four locations designed to provide permanent supportive housing. The project includes 23 units set aside for MHSA target population adults. The residents and clients will have access to services provided by MHA Village which is located within two miles of each location.

The project's developer is Clifford Beers Housing, Inc. Additional financing partners include the Long Beach Housing Development Company, Wells Fargo Bank, Affordable Housing Program - First Citizens Bank & Trust and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $2,194,403 Operating Subsidy $2,300,000
Total Project Funding: $12,680,036


Dr. Raye Richardson Apartments

Dr. Raye Richardson Apartments (AKA: Parcel G)

365 Fulton Avenue
San Francisco, San Francisco County



Project Completion Date: September 2011

Dr. Raye Richardson Apartments, when completed, will be a 120-unit residential complex located near City Hall in San Francisco, providing permanent supportive housing for adults. The project includes 12 units set aside for MHSA target population adults. The building will include ground floor retail space, some of which will be leased to a job training company that will provide employment services to the tenants, open courtyard with views of the Performing Arts Building Mural, second story courtyard areas, a green-roof planting area, vegetable gardens and a roof-top seating area.

The project's developers are Community Housing Partnership and Mercy Housing California. Additional financing partners include the S.F. Mayor's Office of Housing, Citibank, N.A., the Redevelopment Agency of the City of San Francisco, the California Department of Housing and Community Development, Silicon Valley Bank and Raymond James.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $1,200,000 Operating Subsidy $1,200,000
Total Project Funding: $35,971,996


Fairmount Apartments

Fairmount Apartments

401 Fairmount Avenue
Oakland, Alameda County



Estimated Project Completion Date: End of 2010

Fairmount Apartments, a three story mid-rise project in Oakland, will provide affordable, supportive housing to low income families. Five units will be set aside to serve households in which a member qualifies under MHSA's target population. An additional six units will be set aside for people with orthopedic, physical and/or developmental disabilities. The other 20 units in the development will serve individuals and families with incomes ranging from 30% to 50% of Area Median Income, with one unit reserved for a resident manager. Fairmount clients and residents will have use of the community and supportive service space on site. The community room will include kitchen crafts, computer and TV lounge areas.

The project's developer is Affordable Housing Associates. Additional financing partners include Wells Fargo Bank, California Department of Housing and Community Development, the City of Oakland, Federal Home Loan Bank's Affordable Housing Partnership, ESIC Green Grant and Alames County Green Grant.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $500,000 Operating Subsidy $500,000
Total Project Funding: $12,104,000


34th Street

34th Street

4637 34th Street
San Diego, San Diego County



Project Completion Date: August 2010

34th Street, a 34-unit complex located in San Diego, provides permanent supportive housing for low income adults. Five units in this project are set aside for MHSA target population adults. The development is located in a residential neighborhood and will include barbeque and picnic area and children's playground.

The project's developer is Townspeople. Additional financing partners include San Diego Housing Commission, Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS, California Department of Housing and Community Development, and SHP Capital.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $370,610
Total Project Funding: $6,663,093


Sunflower Garden

Sunflower Garden

29 Sun Street
Salinas, Monterey County



Estimated Project Completion Date: Spring 2010

Sunflower Garden, an 18-unit complex located in Salinas, provides permanent supportive housing. The project includes 15 units set aside for MHSA target population adults. The residents and clients will have use of the on-site community room that provides social activities, meals, rehabilitation services and meeting space for additional supportive services.

The project's developer is Interim Housing, Inc. Additional financing partners include the City of Salinas, Salinas Redevelopment Agency, Community Development Block Grant County of Monterey and Rabobank.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $1,649,000 Operating Subsidy $1,538,400
Total Project Funding: $5,845,602


Timberline Shared Housing

Timberline Shared Housing

321 Timberline
Auburn, Placer County



Rehab Completion Date: January 2010

Timberline Shared Housing is a five bedroom single family home providing permanent supportive housing for five non-related adult individuals in Auburn. The five bedrooms are designated for MHSA target population adults, and each resident has their own bedroom but share the homes' common areas including kitchen, bathrooms, living and dining rooms.

The project's developer is Alliance for the Mentally Ill Housing. The MHSA program provided 100% of the financing for this Shared Housing Development.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $524,300 Operating Subsidy $350,000
Total Project Funding: $524,300


La Rahada

La Rahada

1036 and 1050 Ashland Avenue
Simi Valley, Ventura County

Project Completion Date: December 2009

La Rahada, an eight-unit complex located in Simi Valley, provides permanent supportive housing for adults. All units in this project are set aside for MHSA target population adults. The residents will have access to a community room and services at the neighboring Casa de Paz another Many Mansions project.

The project's developer is Many Mansions. Additional financing partners include the Simi Valley Community Development Agency, California Department of Housing and Community Development and Century Housing Corporation.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $786,653 Operating Subsidy $832,000
Total Project Funding: $2,363,603


Folsom Oaks Apartments

Folsom Oaks Apartments

809 Bidwell Street
Folsom, Sacramento County



Estimated Project Completion Date: January 2011

Folsom Oaks Apartments, a nineteen unit complex located in Folsom, provides permanent supportive housing for adults and families. Five units in this project are set aside for MHSA target population adults and their families. The residents and clients will have use of the on-site Community Room that provides social activities, rehabilitation services and meeting space for additional supportive services.

The project's developer is Transitional Living and Community Services in conjunction with Mercy Housing. Additional financing partners include the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Association, City of Folsom and the California Department of Housing and Community Development.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $500,000
Total Project Funding: $6,110,000


Belovida Senior Housing

Belovida Senior Housing

1858 Main Street
San Jose, Santa Clara County



Project Completion Date: October 2009

Belovida, a 28-unit complex located in San Jose, provides permanent supportive housing for seniors. The project includes three units set aside for MHSA target population seniors. The residents and clients will have use of the on-site community room that provides social activities, meals, rehabilitation services and meeting space for additional supportive services.

The project's developer is CORE Affordable Housing. Additional financing partners include the City of Santa Clara, County of Santa Clara, Bank of America and Federal Home Loan Bank.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $300,000 Operating Subsidy $250,000
Total Project Funding: $11,317,337


Daniel's Village

Daniel's Village

2624 Santa Monica Blvd
Santa Monica, Los Angeles County



Project Completion Date: July 2009

Daniel's Village is the rehabilitation of the Village Motel, an eight-unit motel in Santa Monica, which provides seven units of permanent, supportive housing for homeless, transition age youth (ages 18-25) with mental illness. The motel was converted into seven single apartments, featuring private bathrooms and kitchenettes, and one 1-bedroom apartment for the resident manager.

The project's developer is Step Up on Second Street in partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. Additional funding is provided by the City of Santa Monica and the Los Angeles County Community Development Commission.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $733,810 Operating Subsidy $728,000
Total Project Funding: $2,651,172


Polk Street Apartments

Polk Street Apartments

990 Polk Street
San Francisco, San Francisco County



Project Completion Date: November 2008

Polk Street Apartments, a 110-unit high-rise building in downtown San Francisco, provides permanent supportive housing for seniors. The project includes 10 units set aside for MHSA target population seniors. The development includes ground floor retail space and about 3,000 square feet of community space that includes a solarium, a residential lobby, on-site parking, a community room, and staff offices. An above ground outdoor deck provides additional community and open space.

Additional financing partners include Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation, Citizen's Housing Corporation, San Francisco Department of Public Health, San Francisco Mayor's Office of Housing, Federal Home Loan Bank, Enterprise Community Investment and Union Bank of California.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $1,000,000
Total Project Funding: $33,091,000


Vida Nueva Apartments

Vida Nueva Apartments

705 Rohnert Park Expressway East
Rohnert Park, Sonoma County



Project Completion Date: March 2004

Vida Nueva Apartments, a 24 unit complex located in Rohnert Park, provides permanent supportive housing for families. The project includes six units set aside for MHSA target population adults and children. The residents and clients will have use of the on-site Community Room that provides social activities, meals, rehabilitation services and meeting space for additional supportive services.

Additional financing partners include Burbank Housing Development Corporation, Wells Fargo Bank, Rohnert Park Community Development Commission, Sonoma County Development Commission, Bank of Marin, Alliant Capital and the California Department of Housing and Community Development.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $600,000 Operating Subsidy $600,000
Total Project Funding: $1,200,000


MHA Garden Street Apartments

MHA Garden Street Apartments

617 Garden Street
Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County



MHA Garden Street Apartments, a 51-unit complex located in Santa Barbara, provides low-income affordable work-force housing with supportive services for mentally-ill residents. The project includes 10 units set aside for MHSA target population adults. The building also houses the administrative offices of Mental Health Association and the National Alliance on Mental Illness, along with office space and parking for City of Santa Barbara employees. The residents and other eligible clients have use of the on-site Fellowship Club that provides social activities, meals, rehabilitation services, with meeting space for additional supportive services. To help subsidize the rent for the very-low income residents, the project has 26 Project Based Section 8 vouchers, and the MHSA program has provided additional capitalized operating subsidies for the MHSA units.

Some of the partners on this project include the Mental Health Association in Santa Barbara County, in collaboration with divisions of the City and County of Santa Barbara, the Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara, the Santa Barbara County Department of Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Health Services, and the California Department of Mental Health.

MHSA Housing Program Financing: Permanent Loan $1,000,000 Operating Subsidy $500,000
Total Project Funding: $22,006,131