December
11

Blossom Hill at the San Jose Planning Commission

Public Meetings

A proposed 100% affordable senior apartment development in south San Jose needs your support to get approved! Join advocates by speaking in person at the San Jose Planning Commission meeting or send a letter to the City and Planning Commision expressing your support here.

If approved, Charities Housing’s Blossom Hill Senior Apartments will provide 147 new affordable homes for seniors 62 and older. Resident incomes must fall in the Extremely Low-Income (ELI) or Very Low-Income (VLI) category (a one-person ELI household earns no more than $30,750 a year, and one-person VLI household earns no more than $51,250 a year). The development will also include supportive housing for 49 seniors who have formerly experienced homelessness. The development will incorporate supportive services to enable older adults to maintain independence.

We are thrilled that in December 2018 the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors approved $19 million in Measure A Affordable Housing Bond financing for the senior apartments, an important first step to make their construction possible.

Located in the Blossom Hill/Snell Urban Village, this development will help the reach the City of San Jose target of 25% of all new homes being affordable across the Urban Village Plan Area. The housing development is close to transit, just 15 minutes walk from the Snell VTA Light Rail Station. The first floor of the building will include commercial, office, and community space, including needed health and wellness services available to residents and the broader neighborhood.

The Blossom Hill Senior Apartments will create urgently needed affordable homes, which are essential as we work together with the County and other cities to meet the goals of our shared Community Plan to End Homelessness.

Join SV@Home and Destination: Home’s Housing Ready Communities initiative in supporting this important development that will house some of our most vulnerable seniors!

December 11, 6:30pm, at San Jose City Council Chambers
December 11
Public Meetings

Blossom Hill at the San Jose Planning Commission

December 11, 6:30pm, at San Jose City Council Chambers

A proposed 100% affordable senior apartment development in south San Jose needs your support to get approved! Join advocates by speaking in person at the San Jose Planning Commission meeting or send a letter to the City and Planning Commision expressing your support here.

If approved, Charities Housing’s Blossom Hill Senior Apartments will provide 147 new affordable homes for seniors 62 and older. Resident incomes must fall in the Extremely Low-Income (ELI) or Very Low-Income (VLI) category (a one-person ELI household earns no more than $30,750 a year, and one-person VLI household earns no more than $51,250 a year). The development will also include supportive housing for 49 seniors who have formerly experienced homelessness. The development will incorporate supportive services to enable older adults to maintain independence.

We are thrilled that in December 2018 the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors approved $19 million in Measure A Affordable Housing Bond financing for the senior apartments, an important first step to make their construction possible.

Located in the Blossom Hill/Snell Urban Village, this development will help the reach the City of San Jose target of 25% of all new homes being affordable across the Urban Village Plan Area. The housing development is close to transit, just 15 minutes walk from the Snell VTA Light Rail Station. The first floor of the building will include commercial, office, and community space, including needed health and wellness services available to residents and the broader neighborhood.

The Blossom Hill Senior Apartments will create urgently needed affordable homes, which are essential as we work together with the County and other cities to meet the goals of our shared Community Plan to End Homelessness.

Join SV@Home and Destination: Home’s Housing Ready Communities initiative in supporting this important development that will house some of our most vulnerable seniors!