Source: Community Development Partners / #Senior #Housing
NEWPORT BEACH, CA - Community Development Partners announced that it will host a ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration for The Huntington an affordable senior community in Morgan Hill, CA. Located at 16505 Butterfield Blvd., the event will feature special guest speaker Mayor Steve Tate, as well as gallery tours presenting art from ART from the Ashes. The Huntington is the newest project to join Community Development Partners' expanding portfolio of life-enhancing, affordable communities.
The Huntington will offer 114 affordable senior units for those earning 50 – 60 percent of the area median income. Designed for independent living, units are available in one, two, and three-bedroom designs, ranging from 550 to 1,000 square feet. Intended to encourage resident interaction, the amenity-rich environment features indoor and outdoor dining areas, a commercial kitchen, theater, gym, library, and craft room as well as transportation coordination. The dynamic Green Point Rated community will offer meals through a program managed by Loaves & Fishes.
On-site services will also be provided by EngAGE, offering arts-based educational curriculum at no cost to the residents. The project was designed by KTGY Architecture + Planning, built by Barry Swenson Builders, and will be managed by FPI Management. Financial partners include the California Statewide Communities Development Authority, Citibank, Boston Financial, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), and California Tax Credit Allocation Community. The non-profit partner is the Foundation for Affordable Housing.
Eric Paine, Chief Executive Officer of Community Development Partners, says, "We are pleased to bring The Huntington to fruition in furtherance of our mission to positively impact the lives of the residents. We are appreciative of the support from all of our project partners and we're excited to be turning our attention to the ongoing programming as we strive to create a vibrant and engaged community of residents."