"Atmosphere represents the best of what's possible when our San Diego community works together. We are creating housing for those who need it most and we are building a future where opportunity is within reach for our most vulnerable."
- Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer
Atmosphere / Jim Brady Architectural Photography
1453 Fourth Avenue
San Diego, California
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205 units (studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom homes), including 51 units set aside as supportive housing for residents who have recently experienced homelessness. Designed for individuals and families earning 60% or less of the area median income (AMI), with some units restricted to 30% AMI and below.
Background & Status:
Atmosphere opened in May 2017 in an infrastructure-rich area of downtown San Diego. This new construction/ urban infill development helped revitalize a site that had been vacant since 2004 with a vibrant and attractive new housing community to meet the strong need for affordable housing in the area. Atmosphere also provides 51 units of supportive housing for individuals who have recently experienced homelessness. These safe, secure and welcoming homes are combined with wraparound services that promote self-sufficiency and stability, allowing residents to thrive.
Tax credits (4% and 9%), state infill funding, MHSA and Project-Based Section 8 vouchers, and San Diego Housing Commission loan consisting of U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development HOME Investment Partnerships Program grants to the City of San Diego
Wakeland's comprehensive Resident Services programming is available to all residents at Atmosphere. Residents in the 51 supportive housing apartments can access an array of on-site and off-site supportive services provided by Wakeland's social services partners.