Project Specifications

Total Units: 66 Units
  • 30 One-bedroom
  • 18 Two-bedroom
  • 17 Three-bedroom
  • 1 Manager’s Unit
Affordability: 100% Affordable
  • 30, 40, 50, 60% AMI
National CORE's Role:
  • Owner • General Contractor • Developer Property Manager • Supportive Services Provider
Financing Sources:
  • Bank of America, NA
  • City of San Diego
  • San Diego Housing Commission
  • FHLB of San Francisco AHP Funds
  • LIHTC Equity (Hudson Housing Capital)
Onsite Amenities:
  • Across the Street from Trolley Station/Bus Stop
  • Bicycle Storage Area
  • BBQ Area
  • Community Center
  • Community Gardens
  • Computer Center
  • EV Charging Stations
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Outdoor Play Area
  • Stunning Courtyards
New Construction (Mixed-Use, Transit-Oriented, Family, Seniors, Homeless Veterans)
Encanto Village
6315 Imperial Avenue • San Diego, CA 92114

Encanto Village offers 65 beautiful apartment homes to individuals earning between 30 and 60 percent of the area median income, with eight apartment homes set aside for homeless veterans and their families. This stunning mixed-use, transit-oriented development brings high quality affordable housing and retail to the Encanto Neighborhood of the City of San Diego. National CORE is committed to creating sustainable and resource-efficient communities and designed Encanto Village for LEED Certification. The community features Energy Star appliances and light fixtures as well as high efficiency heating and air-conditioning systems. Water conservation features have been incorporated to create a California native and naturalized plant landscape. As a transit-oriented community, Encanto Village provides kiosks that display arrival and departure times of the Encanto Trolley.

Social Services

Hope through Housing Foundation is dedicated to breaking the cycle of generational poverty by implementing programs that empower individuals and change communities.  At Encanto Village, a variety of programs and services are offered at the onsite community center, including educational classes, financial literacy training, and community resource coordination.  Formerly homeless veterans and their families receive additional support from The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.



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