Under Development

Communities worth waiting for

The information below is a preview of projects in development. They will be updated as construction dates near and begin. 

Construction for the affordable housing projects below expect to break ground as soon as Spring 2018.



Affordable Housing

Bear River Family Affordable

Affordable housing project of 16 town-home-style apartments consisting in four 4-plexes on tribal land of the Bear River Band of the Rohnerville Rancheria. Residents will enjoy nearby amenities such as the Tish-Non Community Center. Project will have renewable energy components, participate in the Green Communities program, and will perform at least 44% better than the Title 24 Building Code.

Aster Place II (Eureka,CA)

Second phase to Aster Ph I in Myrtletown neighborhood of Eureka of 16 townhome-style apartments. Apartments will have access to playground and community room/kitchen which was constructed as part of Phase I. Aster Place Ph II will have renewlable energy components, participate in the Green COmmunities program and will perform better than Title 24 Building Code by at least 47%. 

Eureka Veterans Housing

Downtown Eureka location to be developed into mid-rise building with supportive housing for homeless veterans and homeless individuals of the Humboldt area.  Building shall be designed to fit this population and will have community facilities for recreation, socialization and therapy. Possibility for mixed-use buildling with some of the ground floor for commercial units.

Crescent City Senior Housing

Mid-rise building in downtown Crescent City will have common spaces including a lobby, mail room, sun room with fireplace for sitting and social gatherings and community fitness room. Project will be constructed with green-building techniques and will perform at 38% above Title 25 Building Code.

The Town of Samoa

The purchase of a retired company lumber town and master plan redevelopment of it, will not only provide the infrastructure to restore and preserve the existing coastal town, but will build the community into a thriving mixed use development.

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Market Rate

Foster Avenue (Arcata,CA)

Project is currently in the process of being annexed into the City of Arcata.Current development plan includes market rate for-sale homes, senior cottages and an assisted living center as well as improvements to Foster Ave and surrounding streets.

Bue Pre Heights(McKinleyville,CA) 

Gated community in McKinleyville, CA east of golf course.80 lots ranging in size from 1 to  8 acres and averaging 2.5 acres.Trails along all roads and open to the public for pedestrian and bicycle use. 

Hidden Valley (M Street, Eurkea,CA)

Development of 6--2,000-3,000 SF single-family homes in the heart of Eureka, but with a country feel.

14th Street (Arcata,CA) 

Project consists in the creation of five residential lots in the Creamery District of Arcata. Lots will be 120'x50' in size and small homes will be constructed for sale. Very central location.


Brentwood Crossing(Bakersfield,CA)

The proposed project includes construction of 58 units of new affordable off farm housing for qualified domestic farm workers in compliance with the provisions of the United State Department of Agriculture Rural Housing Service as well as the state of California Tax Credit Allocation Committee. The result of this project will includes an investment to create high-quality affordable rental housing for qualified households. The housing units are comprised of detached single-family homes and duplexes in an ideal neighborhood setting. The project also includes a market-rate on site manager's unit, a community center building, playground, and related civil improvements. The project will consist in 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes.  The average SF for a 2 bedroom unit is 1050 SF, the average SF for a 3 bedroom unit is 1405 SF, and the average living area of the 4 bedrooms will be 1500 SF. Each unit will have a one-car garage and driveway for parking.

The existing property has an existing tract map with roadways that match the proposed layout shown in this proposal. All necessary utilities are available and ready for installation, including sewer, water, fire hydrants, electricity, phone, cable, and storm drainage facilities. Natural gas will not be required on-site as an all electric system design is part of the net-zero energy approach as described below. Site work will include grading, roadway construction, driveways, sidewalks, fencing, and drought tolerant/native landscaping. The project will participate in the National Association of Home Builders National Green Building Program (NGBS) to the Emerald level certification, the Department of Energy's Zero Energy Ready Program, the California Green Building Standards Code, as well as other local green/energy efficient building programs. Each home will be constructed using current industry best practices for high energy performance. beginning with passive design, the dwellings will be well insulated, oriented for solar access, and provided with appropriate shading overhangs. Mechanical systems will include high seer heat pump mini-split systems for both space heating and cooling. an energy recovery ventilator will provide compliance with fresh air ventilation requirements for indoor air quality while reducing heating & cooling energy demand. domestic hot water will be supplied by a high energy factor heat pump water heater. Each roof will include a grid intertied solar photovoltaic system which will produce on-site renewable energy with an aggressive goal toward net zero energy performance.