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Alta Housing Starts Work on Affordable Res Community in Mountain View


Alta Housing has just broken ground on a 100% affordable residential rental community at 950 W. El Camino Real in Mountain View. The new 71-unit residential development will provide independent living for a mix of single- and two-person households earning between 50% to 70% of the area median income. Fifteen of the units are reserved for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

The 0.61-acre development site, which previously housed a Taco Bell, is centrally located on El Camino, a block north of Downtown Mountain View. On-site amenities will include a roof-top deck and outdoor lounges on the second, third, fourth and fifth floors giving residents various options for outdoor access. There is also a community room with a kitchen, a conference room, library, and laundry facilities.

Alta Housing is also providing on-site management and services to residents, including case management, resident engagement, educational assistance, health and wellness programs, financial planning courses, job counseling and assistance with accessing community resources.

“950 W. El Camino Real is an ideal location, especially for those without a car. The development site is close to multiple bus lines that allow access to communities up and down the peninsula,” noted Randy Tsuda, Alta Housing’s President and CEO. “Many residents will have jobs in Mountain View or the surrounding communities and will be able to commute by walking, public transit or bike. The site is located within a quarter-mile of the Mountain View community shuttle and four bus lines (VTA 22, 52, 81, 522). The new residential community will also have a bicycle parking space and a storage locker available to each resident.”

Financing is provided by the City of Mountain View, Wells Fargo Bank and Low Income Housing Tax Credits. Acquisition funding was provided by Housing Trust of Silicon Valley.

The project’s designer is Van Meter Williams Pollack; the general contractor is Nibbi Brothers; Luk and Associates is the civil engineer; Murphy Burr Curry (MBC) is the structural engineer; Fard Engineers is the mechanical electrical and plumbing plans (MEP) engineer; and Hill Associates is the landscape architect.

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