Mercy Housing California (MHC) proposes the Cypress Family and Senior Housing Project to construct 140 affordable housing units in two phases across 7 adjoining parcels comprising almost 24 acres. Cypress Family Housing (Phase 1) would include 70 units of family rental housing with a mix of 1-, 2-, and 3- bedroom units. The resident population would be households with incomes and affordable rents from 30% to 60% of the Area Median Income (AMI); 25 project-based Section 8 vouchers are assumed to be available to further subsidize affordability. Amenities for Phase 1 would include 86 surface parking spaces, a 2,000 square foot (sf) community center, 2 playgrounds, and open space, including a central green in the middle of the buildings located on a former convalescent hospital and nursing home site.
Phase 2, Cypress Senior Housing, would include 70 one-bedroom units for senior rental. The Phase 2 population will be households with incomes and affordable rents from 30% to 50% of the AMI; 25 of the units are assumed to have project-based Section 8 vouchers to further subsidize affordability. Amenities for Phase 2 would include 84 surface parking spaces, a 2,000-sf community center, a community garden, and open space.
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