Home Front at Camp Anza
5797 Picker Street
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30 units (15 two-bedroom and 15 three-bedroom) designed for veteran households earning between 30% and 60% of the area median income.
Background & Status:
Completed in 2016, Home Front at Camp Anza is a new construction community of 30 affordable homes geared to veterans in Riverside, California. Located on the former site of Camp Anza, a WWII Army training camp, the project included the rehabilitation of the Camp's historic Officers' Club, which serves as the community center for residents. Home Front at Camp Anza is a services-enriched community tailored to the needs of residents and their households, with comprehensive support provided both on-site and off-site under the coordination of Wakeland and our project partner, Mercy House Living Centers.
Tax credits, City of Riverside Housing Authority funding and land donation, Housing Authority of the County of Riverside funds, grant funds from The Home Depot Foundation and loan from U.S. Bank
Comprehensive Resident Services plus coordination of on-site and off-site assistance from other service providers based on the needs of residents.