Construction of a multi-family, three-story wood-framed energy-efficient building consisting of 15 apartments, carports, on-grade parking with pavers, and an additional on-site storage locker for every apartment. The ground floor is equipped with three ADA apartments including a studio, two-bedroom and three-bedroom unit with stackable washer and dryer in each; as well as a community room, kitchen and unisex restroom. The second and third floors feature two-and three-bedroom units with two baths ranging from 582 square feet to 1,044 square feet; complete with vinyl plank flooring, Whirlpool appliances and stainless steel kitchen sink. The two top floors also provide a separate study rooms for quiet student learning and laundry facilities. This 18,962 square foot project, built on behalf of the St. Francis Center, adds much needed low-income housing in the South Fair Oaks Neighborhood.
March 1, 2018 | In The News
Source: San Jose Mercury News