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Meta Housing Breaks Ground on 142-Unit Affordable housing Project in Santa Clara


Meta Housing has begun work on Stony Oaks Apartments, a four-story, medium high-density community that will provide 142 units of affordable housing to the city of Santa Rosa. Located at 2542 Old Stony Point Rd, the apartment complex is three miles from downtown Santa Rosa and 1.5 miles from the 101 freeway.

The project, being built by R.D. Olson Construction, is expected to be completed in April 2023. Other companies involved in the project include architect Dahlin Group, B.K.F. Engineers, REYFF Electrical, HVAC Talent Air and Ampam Parks Mechanical, all of which are active in the design-build process.

At 149.3k sf, Stony Oaks Apartments will include a unit mix of 56 one-bedroom, 48 two-bedroom and 38 three-bedroom apartments reserved for families and individuals earning between 30% to 60% of the area medium income. Resident amenity spaces will include a large multi-purpose community room, a fitness center, a media center, laundry and on-site management offices. Surface parking will include 185 stalls with 47 secured bicycle stalls.

Outside the building lies an oak grove canopy, which will serve as a focal point upon entering the site and complement programmed amenities, including two outdoor play areas for toddlers and older children, amphitheater seating, courtyards, barbecues, quiet workspaces and outdoor fitness opportunities.

Taking cues from the oak grove, the exterior façade will have a neutral theme with green, stone and bronze coloring and driftwood shingle roofing. Primarily four stories, the building has wings that step down to three and two stories to soften the massing toward the existing single-story neighborhood. Landscaping will provide a buffer around the perimeter and fire access will be provided with a secondary entry.

“Santa Rosa hasn’t been able to fully rebuild since the city lost nearly 3,000 homes in the Tubbs Fire of 2017, so an affordable multifamily community that can house more than 400 residents will be a welcome addition to the city,” noted Bill Wilhelm, president of R.D. Olson Construction.

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