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Bridge Development Breaks Ground on Senior Housing Project in San Diego’s Little Italy Neighborhood


Bridge Housing has started work on Kettner Crossing, 64-unit senior housing complex in downtown San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood. The project is expected to reach completion by early 2025 and will serve low-income seniors who earn 30-60% of Area Median Income (AMI). 

Located at 1590 Kettner Blvd, the 73.4k sf complex will consist of an eight-story urban infill project on a previously undeveloped lot. The ground-up construction plans call for three levels of Type III-A wood framing over five levels of Type I concrete, which will include one subterranean level providing seven parking stalls.

The property is a transit-oriented development, with close access to bus routes and the iconic San Diego Trolley. Residents will have the option of floorplan, with six studio-sized, 55 one-bedroom, or three two-bedroom apartments being offered. The development is primely situated in a hub of shopping, dining and entertainment, within walking distance to Waterfront Park and North San Diego Bay.

The ground floor of the new construction will offer approximately 2.2k sf of commercial office space for lease, while the rooftop will give residents views of North San Diego Bay. The pet-friendly building will also have an open-air turf space on the roof. Other amenities include a communal room and library.

The development is being built by R.D. Olson Construction. The architect is AVRP Studios. Kettner Crossing is the third affordable housing project for R.D. Olson Construction with nonprofit developer Bridge Housing. They previously partnered on Heritage Square in Pasadena and Anaheim & Walnut in Long Beach.

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