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Affordable, Supportive Community for Veterans Soon to Open in Ventura County

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Affordable, Supportive Community for Veterans Soon to Open in Ventura County

The development brings Ventura County, Calif., a step closer to closing the gap between supply and demand in affordable housing

February 2, 2024
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Through a collaboration between developers and other private and public partners, the $70.3 million Ventura Springs development in Ventura Springs, Calif., will provide 122 units of affordable, supportive housing for formerly unhoused and low-income veterans and their families, Multi-Housing News reports. At the time of the project’s groundbreaking approximately 50,000 veterans were living in the county.

Encompassing 11 buildings spread across nearly 10 acres, Ventura Springs incorporates 78 one-bedroom, 32 two-bedroom and 12 three-bedroom apartments. Common-area amenities are set to include a fitness center, a business center, a playground, a community room, laundry facilities and controlled access. The pedestrian-friendly community will also feature walking trails, courtyards, picnic areas, a community garden and landscaped sitting areas.

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