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Buildings In San Jose Studio Apartments Project Too Tall, Neighbors Say



“Go low” was the mantra repeated by residents who attended a public meeting last week to discuss an affordable housing project in San Jose’s Buena Vista neighborhood. Charities Housing, a nonprofit that manages and operates more than 1,000 affordable housing units throughout Silicon Valley, announced last summer it plans to build 82 affordable studio apartments on a 30,500-square-foot lot just off Meridian Avenue on Page Street. It would be the organization’s first affordable housing project to break ground in District 6 in almost 20 years; the last one was the 110-unit Penzione Esperanza building at Bird and Columbia avenues. About one-third of the studios’ tenants will be homeless individuals referred by the county; they’ll also receive on-site case management.

To learn more, keep reading at:

https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/02/06/buildings-in-studio-apartments-project-too-tall-neighbors-say/

If you have comments or questions about this project, please contact:

City of San José Planning Division

Robert Rivera

Project Manager

Phone: 408-535-4843

Email: Robert.Rivera@sanjoseca.gov

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