Project Specifications

Total Units: 52 Units
Affordability: 100% Affordable
  • 30%, 40%, 50% AMI
  • Completed in 2018
National CORE's Role:
  • Co-Owner • Co-Developer General Contractor • Property Management
Townspeople's Role:
  • Co-Owner • Co-Developer Managing Partner • Services Provider
Financing Sources:
  • Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) Acquisition Loan
  • State of CA HCD Predevelopment and Acquisition Loan
  • State of CA HCD Veterans Homeless Housing Program (VHHP) Loan
  • San Diego Housing Commission Loan and Project Based Vouchers
  • The City of San Diego
  • US Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • BBVA Compass Construction Loan
  • CCRC Permanent Loan
  • Hudson (BBVA/Cal Bank & Trust/Pacific Western) 9% LIHTC Equity
  • Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco AHP Grant
  • Home Depot Foundation Grant
  • Funders Together End Homelessness
Onsite Amenities:
  • 2,500-Square-Foot Community Center
  • BBQ Area
  • Gated Community
  • Laundry Facility
  • Onsite Property Management and Maintenance
  • Onsite Social Services
  • Outdoor Play Area
New Construction (Family/Veteran Housing)
Vista del Puente
1436 South 40th Street, San Diego, CA 92113

Vista del Puente, located in the Southcrest neighborhood of San Diego, provides 52 beautiful apartment homes, of which 26 are designated for homeless veterans and another 12 for homeless families. In partnership with Townspeople, National CORE has created an affordable housing community that includes a 2,500-square-foot community space for onsite case management and social services. Services focus on areas of mental health, substance abuse recovery, job training and job placement assistance.

Social Services

For more than three decades Townspeople has provided housing and supportive care to clients and residents. Townspeople and service delivery partners will be providing supportive services at Vista del Puente. This experience has reinforced the knowledge that special needs populations, and particularly homeless individuals and families, require a rich array of support services to help them maintain stable housing, achieve a quality of life, self-determination and self-sufficiency.



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