Project Specifications

Total Units: 144
  • 18 1-Bedroom
  • 35 2-Bedroom
  • 90 3-Bedroom
  • 1 4-Bedroom
Affordability: 100% Affordable
  • 50%, 60% AMI
  • Completed in 1995
Role
  • Owner • Developer • Property Manager Supportive Services Provider
Financing Sources
  • FHLB AHP
  • Permanent Loan
  • City of Rialto RDA Loan
Onsite Amenities
  • Pool
  • Tot Lot Area
  • Gated Entrances
  • Laundry Room Facilities
  • Covered Carport Parking
  • Career and Education Resource Center
Awards
  • 1999 National Affordable Housing Mgmnt Assoc. Outstanding Turnaround of a Troubled Property
  • 1998 California Redevelopment Association Award of Excellence for Residential Development
  • 1997 National Association of Homebuilders Best Multifamily Rehabilitation
  • 1996 National Assoc. for County Community Economic Development Award of Excellence for Best Use of Home Funds
Acquisition/Rehab (Family)
Renaissance Village
220 N. Glenwood Avenue, Rialto, CA 92376

Renaissance Village was National CORE’s first “challenging” acquisition/rehabilitation development. The area was severely blighted, suffered from high criminal and drug activity, and many of the units were deemed uninhabitable. The transformation of this community was so impactful that when the organization changed its name in 2006, the new name became a tribute to Renaissance Village.

Social Services

After School and Beyond, HOPE’s signature afterschool program, helps children and youth in grades K-8 to complete their homework, improve reading skills, build self-confidence, and develop social skills.

Programs Offered

  • KidzLit Balanced Literacy
  • Virtual Vacations
  • PeaceBuilders
  • Daily recreation and nutrition education
  • Youth-selected clubs

Impact on Participants

  • 400 children and youth have found a safe and enriching place to come after school at Renaissance Village.
  • 87% of children report that After School and Beyond helps them do better in school

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