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$18M Goleta Affordable Housing Rehabilitation Project Groundbreaking - Nonprofit Kinect

$18M Goleta Affordable Housing Rehabilitation Project Groundbreaking - Nonprofit Kinect

Wednesday, August 19, 2015 at 11:00 AM — 12:30 PM
$18M Goleta Affordable Housing Rehabilitation Project Groundbreaking
Peoples’ Self-Help Housing
Peoples’ Self-Help Housing is inviting the community to the groundbreaking for the $18 million renovation project at the Villa la Esperanza Apartments. The project budget allocates $12 million for rehabilitation work and $6 million for new construction, design and engineering costs, and other fees.
The property currently consists of 75 units, including eight five-bedroom units that were underutilized and don’t meet current needs. As part of the major rehabilitation project, PSHH will convert seven of the five-bedroom units to smaller apartments, increasing the total number of units to 83. PSHH will convert seven of the five-bedroom units to smaller apartments, increasing the total number of units to 83. A new 5,000 square foot, two-story community building will also be constructed.
Speakers will describe the 40-year history of the project and will recognize the various churches and nonprofit organizations involved, as well the financing partners. Tours of the property and a light lunch by The Fig Grill of Goleta will be provided after the program. Attendees, please park on the street and carpool if possible.
Date: Wednesday, Aug. 19
Time: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Location: Villa la Esperanza Apartments, 131 S. Kellogg Ave., Old Town Goleta 93117
Cost: FREE
RSVPs are appreciated by Aug. 14 by calling Monica Scholl at (805) 699-7220.

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