575 East Baseline Street • San Bernardino, California 92410
Crestview Terrace is the third phase of a RAD housing conversion within the larger Arrowhead Grove Neighborhood Revitalization and builds on the success of previous phases, Valencia Vista and Olive Meadow, transforming the 1940s public housing site into high-quality affordable workforce housing, bringing investment to the region and serving as a catalyst for economic growth and community transformation.
Located in the heart of San Bernardino, Crestview Terrace will provide 184 apartment homes for individuals and families with household income qualifying maximums at various set-asides ranging from 30 to 60 percent of the area median income (AMI). Crestview Terrace will be the first phase to offer market-rate units. A LEED certified development, Crestview Terrace continues National CORE’s commitment to sustainable development and will utilize renewable energy sources to offset one-third of the total site energy, creating a carbon-neutral community.
Partnerships with Dignity Health, Loma Linda University Health, San Bernardino Unified School District, and many others will allow National CORE to build “a complete community” that supports educational attainment, economic mobility, and improved health.
Total Units (184)
- 28 One-bedroom
- 102 Two-bedroom
- 40 Three-bedroom
- 10 Four-bedroom
- 2 Five-bedroom
- 2 Manager’s Units
- 30%, 50%, 60% AMI RAD PBV units
- 30%, 50%, 60% AMI LIHTC units
- Market-Rate units
Applications for the property are not currently available, however, should you wish to sign up for the property mailing list, please submit the form to the right and we will email you an electronic flier once the development nears completion.
Anticipated Completion Date: Fall 2021
The application and eligibility process will commence approximately four months prior to the completion of construction. Applications will not be taken and no names or other information will be collected for any waitlist or qualification process until the leasing process is commenced.
Your entry of any information on this website, or into the mailing list, does not place you on any interest list, or waitlist, for future consideration as an applicant. No date for the beginning of the application process has been determined at this time.
*All applicants interested in this community must be referrals from the Coordinated Entry System (CES). Individuals who are 55 or better and experiencing a housing crisis should contact 2-1-1 to connect with a homeless outreach worker.
Information about the Services Provider
Believing that both people and place matter in achieving community-wide well-being, Hope through Housing concentrates on direct services, partnerships, and other resources right in the neighborhoods that need them most. At the individual level, our goal is to see all people thrive—whether that means helping children do well in school, improving families’ financial situations, providing supportive services to individuals with special needs, or making it possible for seniors to age with dignity in their own homes. These individual successes add up, influencing the community’s quality of life and enabling real change in neighborhoods of poverty, crime, blight, and isolation.
All National CORE owned and operated communities do not discriminate on the basis of disability status in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its federally assisted programs and activities. The person named below has been designated to coordinate compliance with the nondiscrimination requirements contained in the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s regulations implementing Section 504 (24 CFR, part 8 dated June 2, 1988), in addition to any accessibility or accommodations questions and concerns.
Bill Miller 9421 Haven Avenue | Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Dial 711 for California Telephone Relay Services (TRS) for hearing and speech disability assistance
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