San Ysidro Senior Village
517 W. San Ysidro Boulevard • San Diego, California 92173
San Ysidro Senior Village provides 51 beautiful apartment homes for seniors, ages 55 or better, who are experiencing homelessness. Nestled along San Ysidro Boulevard, this stunning community is in a walkable, mixed-use, transit-oriented neighborhood, conveniently located next to a high-frequency bus line and less than a mile from the Beyer Boulevard Trolley Station.
San Ysidro Senior Village features a 1,300 square foot community center to serve as a hub for resident activities and private offices for case management. Other amenities include onsite laundry facilities, storage lockers, and bike racks. A community garden fitted with raised planter beds offers residents the opportunity to grow fresh fruits and vegetables. Outdoor gathering spaces include barbecue areas and comfortable seating.
Total Units (50 Units)
- 50 Studio Units
- General Contractor
- Property Manager
- Supportive Services Provider
- City of San Diego (Civic San Diego and City Affordable Housing Fund)
- Federal Home Loan Bank – San Francisco Affordable Housing Program Fund
- Federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (Wells Fargo Investor)
- San Diego Housing Commission Federal Rental Housing Vouchers
- Pacific Western Bank Construction and Permanent Loans
- Regional Transportation Congestion Management Improvement Program fee waiver
- US Department of Housing and Urban Development
- County of San Diego Behavioral Health Services (Project One for All) 12 vouchers to assist seniors experiencing severe mental illness with complete wrap around services.
- Bicycle Storage Area
- 1,300 Square Foot Community Room
- Community Garden
- EV Charging Stations
- Onsite Laundry Facilities
- Onsite Property Management & Maintenance
- Onsite Supportive Services • Outdoor Gathering Spaces
- Resident Storage Lockers
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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