A ribbon cutting ceremony held earlier this week marked the grand opening of a supportive housing project at 2118 Sacramento Street in Vallejo. The project proposal includes the construction of modular homes offering 75 units of 100% permanent supportive housing to individuals and families experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness.
Eden Housing is the project developer, in partnership with James E. Roberts-Obayashi Corp.
Named Blue Oak Landing, the grand opening was held on September 18, inaugurating 75 modular housing units offered at 100% permanent supportive housing rates. The units will be reserved for individuals and families at the risk of being unhoused. The project serves individuals, couples and families earning between 20% and 40% of the area’s median income, equivalent to an annual income of $17,000 to $35,000 for a two-person household.
Local modular manufacturer is Factory OS. Resident services. Case management is provided by Caminar and the Solano County Behavioral Health.
Blue Oak Landing offers onsite amenities including a computer learning center, a community room with a fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, and an outdoor courtyard with community garden beds and a play area. The building is built to have Green Point Gold certified, and is designed with sustainability in mind. The rooftop features solar panels with the building having all an electrical design and indoor bike parking.
Funding and lenders include The City of Vallejo, Vallejo Housing Authority, U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, California Department of Housing & Community Development No Place Like Home program, Solano County Behavioral Health, Silicon Valley Bank, CREA, CAP Solano JPA, Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco, California Municipal Finance Authority, California Tax Credit Allocation Committee and California Debt Limit Allocation Committee.