Coming Soon - Mission Heritage Plaza
Architect's rendering of Mission Heritage Plaza / Gonzalez Goodale Architects
The nonprofit Civil Rights Institute of Inland Southern California at Mission Heritage Plaza needs your help to become a reality. Make your tax deductible donation now to be part of this historic undertaking.
Mission Heritage Plaza is a new, mixed-use community that will bring new resources to downtown Riverside – including 72 affordable homes for families and veterans, community meeting space and new offices for the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County (FHCRC). It will also break new ground as the home of Inland Southern California's first Civil Rights Institute, which will provide public programming, historic resources and exhibits that trace the rich and diverse Civil Rights history of the area from nearly 200 years ago until today.
If you are interested in living at Mission Heritage Plaza, click here to join the interest list or call (951) 708-1671.
Some homes at Mission Heritage Plaza will be set aside for people with special needs, including unhoused veterans. Referrals for these homes will be coordinated by the VA Loma Linda and the Riverside Coordinated Entry System HomeConnect in early 2022. Check here for more information at that time.
The design includes two buildings: one with the Civil Rights Institute of Inland Southern California, FHCRC offices, and housing connected by a central plaza to a smaller building with homes that have a friendly, “front porch” design.
Located just steps from Riverside’s civic center and the historic Mission Inn, Mission Heritage Plaza will offer easy access to public transit, shopping and other community resources. While living at Mission Heritage Plaza, residents will be able to participate in a number of onsite activities such as computer workshops and community gatherings.