Part of California's big push to build more housing, plans for close to 400 new apartments go before Santa Rosa officials this evening
If approved, the three separate proposals would build 371 apartments, 271 of them either meeting the definition of 'affordable' or classified as 'supportive.' Meaning geared toward the recently homeless and offering on-site services.
All three projects are scheduled for consideration by Santa Rosa's zoning board Tuesday evening. Any final decision could be appealed.
Casa Roseland would rise four stories along Sebastopol Avenue west of Dutton. Part of the larger Roseland Village project, it would also have shops and open space.
The Stony Oaks proposal would bring 142 affordable units to a four-story structure along Hearn Avenue.The third project, Sage Commons, would add 54 units of supportive housing. Backers of the already-approved project for College Avenue west of 101 are seeking minor alterations. The meeting gets underway at 5.