The Beacon / Brady Architectural Photography
1425 C Street
San Diego, CA 92101
44 apartments (43 studios and 1 two-bedroom manager's unit). All studios are permanent supportive housing for people who have experienced homelessness. These affordable homes are coupled with robust support services that help residents live more stable, independent lives for the long term.
Background & Status:
The Beacon opened in San Diego's East Village neighborhood in September 2019. The urban infill development replaced a transitional living facility with permanent supportive housing on a site that is designated for affordable housing for people who have experienced homelessness.
Low Income Housing Tax Credits (9%), San Diego Housing Commission (project-based vouchers and loan), CalHFA Special Needs Housing Program (administered by County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency Behavioral Health Services), California Community Reinvestment Corporation, and Wells Fargo
Supportive services managed by Wakeland's partners at Father Joe’s Villages, MHS CityStar and Pathways Catalyst. Each resident has a dedicated case manager who works to connect residents with onsite and offsite services to address their individual needs.
Residents have already been identified for The Beacon, but people who think they may qualify for supportive housing in San Diego should call 211, visit the Homelessness Response Center located at 1401 Imperial Avenue in downtown San Diego, or visit sdhc.org/homelessness-solutions/hrc/