Trucks have rolled in and walls are going up at the site of the former Journey’s End Mobile Home Park at 3575 Mendocino Ave that was tragically destroyed during the 2017 Tubbs Fire. The first phase of development includes 94 units of much needed affordable senior housing as well as the public infrastructure of streets, utilities, and sidewalks that will ultimately serve the community. At full buildout, this vital community will consist of up to 532 residential units, including 370 market rate residences and 162 affordable residences reserved for low-income seniors, including qualifying prior Journey’s End residents.
It’s not only a symbol of a resilient Santa Rosa determined to rebuild, stronger than ever,
but a hopeful reminder of what is possible through public and private partnerships focused on the task of ensuring housing for all.
Like much of the Bay Area, the cost of living in the North Bay remains unaffordable for many residents. Issues such as wildfires, floods and most recently, the COVID-19 pandemic, have presented additional and unique hurdles for our community to overcome. Through it all, affordable housing remains the most important unmet need for thousands of North Bay residents. Over the past four decades, Burbank Housing has helped tackle the North Bay’s unmet affordable housing needs — and we’re not slowing down..
Burbank Housing’s affordable communities offer safe, supportive environments aimed at building a brighter future for residents. Our homes are not only sustainably and beautifully designed, but also professionally and skillfully managed. In addition, our Resident Services team provides new opportunities for our residents, including working families, seniors, and those with disabilities.
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