Housing Fund Projects

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Affordable Housing Fund projects in Napa County

 

Current projects (# of units):

Retired loans:

Vista del Valle (14)

Family Apartments – Ste. Helena-Buckhorn (7)

Wallis Self Help (10)

1046 Bella Drive Project (8)

535 Coombsville Road (n/a)

South Napa Transition and Supportive Housing-Approved Feb. 2009 (n/a)

Arroyo Grande Villas LP-Approved Feb. 2009 (25)

housing projects

Schoolhouse Court Family Homes

2175 Shurtleff Avenue, Napa

 

Schoolhouse Court consists of 14 single-family rental homes with three or four bedrooms, patio and backyard. The homes are large enough to house some of the larger families in the community. The homes share a children’s play area in the center of the private cul de sac. Each unit is furnished with its own washer and dryer.(Return to top of page)

 

  Schoolhouse Court
Pecan Court Apartments

2020 Clay Street, Napa

Pecan Court is a 25-unit apartment complex located on Clay Street in downtown Napa. This is a very- low and low-income family development with four units reserved for persons with developmental disabilities. There are one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, a community room, office, laundry facilities, and small children’s play area. (Return to top of page) 

Pecan Court

Whistlestop Townhomes

2220 Yajome Street, Napa

Whistlestop Townhomes was completed in 2000 for a total development cost of $3 million. It is owned and managed by NVCH. The project is a 17-unit rental development located on less than two acres in central Napa. (Return to top of page)

Whistle Stop Housing

The Courtyard at Oran Court

120-144 Oran Court, Napa

Thirteen families, many with young children, live in this removed apartment complex owned and managed by Napa Valley Community Housing. This complex is located between Old Sonoma Road and Highway 29 in Napa. These rental apartments are three- and four-bedrooms units designed for large families. Most of the residents’ incomes are very low, and rents range from $23 to $1,125 depending on family size.(Return to top of page)

Courtyard at Oran Court

Magnolia Park Townhomes & Apartments

2000 Imola Avenue, Napa

This 29-unit townhouse and apartment complex renovation was completed in July of 2005. The property offers a mix of studio and one- to four-bedroom homes. Some units are disabled accessible and adaptable for applicants with disabilities. Amenities include on-site covered parking, private patios or balconies, a playground and laundry facilities. The community room features computers, meeting space, and an outdoor area for barbequing.

The project was funded by a 4% Tax Credits award, HCD’s HOME Program, Napa City’s Trust Fund, and the Napa Housing Authority HTF. There are 14 units in the complex that are designated for farmworkers. The units are funded through HCD’s Farmworker Housing Grant. NVCH is the general partner of the complex with Merritt Community Capital as the Limited Partner. The total development cost is $8,970,332.(Return to top of page)

Magnolia Park

Mount Avenue Cottages

 

1932-1940 Mount Avenue, Yountville

This small cottage property was donated to the Town of Yountville from the adjacent developer in 1996. The Town wanted to use the cottages for affordable housing for local residents and employees. (Return to top of page)    

Mount Avenue Cottages

The Reserve Senior Apartments at Napa

 

710-714 Trancas Street, Napa

The Reserve was completed in 2002 in a joint venture with USA Properties and Napa Valley Community Housing. The project has 117 units of one- and two- bedroom apartments. The property has a swimming pool and spa, community room with kitchen, library and a manager’s office.(Return to top of page) 

The Reserve at Napa - Senior Apartments