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Laurel at Perennial Park

Affordable Housing
Transit-Oriented Development
Contact Information
The Numbers
Units 94
Square Footage
13.3 acres

Related California in partnership with Burbank Housing is master planning the former Journey's End Mobile Home Park that was tragically destroyed in the 2017 Tubbs wildfire. The redevelopment and expansion will transform the site into a mixed-income, intergenerational, transit-oriented village centralized around a community park. The development maximizes connections to the Mendocino Avenue and Bicentennial Way transit facilities, and is 1/2 mile to retail, the Kaiser Permanent Santa Rosa campus and the County government complex. The fully redeveloped complex will include up to 422 residential units with 162 affordable senior units and up to 260 market rate units.

The first phase of Laurel at Perennial Park consists of 94 units of affordable housing for low- and very low-income seniors age 62+. Qualifying prior Journey's End Mobile Home Park seniors displaced by the wildfires were offered first priority for the affordable units. Onsite amenities will meet the needs of the senior residents and include a multipurpose activity space, health and wellness spaces, media room, community gardens, laundry rooms and a reception area with alternative transportation mode kiosks or monitors.

Laurel at Perennial Park was financed with conventional debt, FCAA Disaster 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credits, CDBG-DR funds and Project Based Section 8 Vouchers awarded by the Santa Rosa Housing Authority. Additional soft debt was awarded by Sonoma County's County Fund for Housing (CFH). Grants from Kaiser Permanente and Tipping Point Foundation provided critical relocation assistance to rehouse the residents displaced by the wildfire as well as master planning efforts. 

Design & Construction
Unit Types
1 Bedroom
2 Bedroom
Construction Company
Nibbi Brothers General Contractors
Landscape designer
Sustainability status
GreenPoint Rated Gold
Management Company
Burbank Housing
Market status
In Development
Van Meter Williams Pollack