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Recent Developments

New Self Help Enterprises Multi-Family Project Coming Soon!   The City of Visalia contributed $1,980,000 in HOME funds toward the Self Help Enterprise multi-family development, located at Highland Avenue, west of State Highway 63, between Riggin and Ferguson Streets.   See the construction progress being made on Highland Gardens, Self Help Enterprises first affordable rental project in Visalia by clicking the link above or follow them on Facebook. The apartment rental community will have 36 apartments arranged in a U-shape around a basketball court, playground, and community garden where residents can grow fruits and vegetables.    

                    

Infill Single Family Homes: Habitat for Humanity is purchasing foreclosed homes and rehabilitating and reselling to homebuyers. For more information please contact Betsy Murphy, Executive Director hfhtc@sbcglobal.net.


Mill Creek Parkway Apartments: multi-family affordable housing development, 73 units with conference center, swimming pool and full size basketball court, contact Tulare County Housing Authority (http://www.hatc.net/).

Paradise and Court: The City of Visalia provided HOME-CHDO and Redevelopment Low/Mod funds to Visalia Interested In Affordable Housing (VIAH) and Kaweah Management Company to acquire, renovate and develop 20 units. Eleven units have been rehabilitated and nine new units have been constructed. For rental information, contact Tulare County Housing Authority (http://www.hatc.net/).

Kaweah Avenue Multi-Family REO Rehabilitation Project:  Kaweah Management Company has purchased 2 dliapidated triplexes which were in foreclosure. The RDA provided a $480,000 loan toward the acquisition and new construction.  8 new units were constructed in 2012, for rental information, contact Tulare County Housing Authority (http://www.hatc.net/).

Kaweah Triplex for Mentally Challenged Adults:  Kaweah Management Company secured a $340,000 redevelopment loan and has rehabilitated a triplex across from the Tulare county Library on Encina.  The Development provides housing for severely mentally challenged adults, for rental information, contact Tulare County Housing Authority (http://www.hatc.net/).

Sierra Meadows - A housing facility for low income seniors who can maintain independent living status (with or without assistance).  The 42 unit development opened for occupancy in May 2011.  For additional information call Visalia Senior Housing at (559) 623-9212 or click the link above to visit their website.
 

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