$289 Million Approved for Affordable Housing and Transit Infrastructure

Thursday, October 13, 2016

The funds approved by the California Strategic Growth Council are designed to help Californians drive less and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions contributing to climate change.

Nearly $9 million, for a public-private partnership for a mixed use development which includes affordable housing, connectivity to transit and ammenities and veteran’s housing in downtown Stockton.

Please see the detailed information about the project below:

Project Title:

Hunter Street Housing

Project Location:


Applicant Name:

Visionary Homebuilders of California, Inc.

Project Type:


Disadvantaged Community:

86‐90 percent



Project Description:

Total Award:


The proposed Hunter Street Housing is a public‐private partnership that would include a mixed‐use development built adjacent to a road diet project that encourages active transportation and connects housing to transit and amenities. The project would be located in downtown Stockton, home to several Disadvantaged Community census tracts with some of the highest scores on the CalEnviroScreen 2.0 scale. The development would include office space for the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program and 74 residential units affordable to low‐income, very low‐income, and extremely low‐income households. The residential development would be built to maximum heights allowable under code (45 feet), and features a density of 41 dwelling units per acre.


For more information from the California Strategic Growth Council