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Sunnyvale Block 15

Affordable Housing
Transit-Oriented Development
Contact Information
The Numbers
Units 90
Square Footage
1.44 acres

Located on a 1.44-acre, city-owned site at the northwest corner of W. Iowa and S. Mathilda Avenues in downtown Sunnyvale, Sunnyvale Block 15 (Block 15) will be a new 90-unit, affordable family development for low-income households with an income range from 30 percent to 80 percent Area Median Income (AMI), addressing the pressing need for affordable housing within the City of Sunnyvale. Twenty-three units (25%), targeting 30% AMI, will be prioritized for households with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

The site will consist of seven townhomes facing Charles Street and one 4-story apartment building facing Mathilda Avenue. The amenities will include a community room with kitchen, computer lab, outdoor courtyard, underground parking with 90 parking spaces and storage lockers, shared laundry room, photovoltaic panels, low-water consumption planting and efficient irrigation.

Housing Choices Coalition, a local community-engaged non-profit focused on supportive service delivery to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, will provide targeted services specifically for residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and Project Access will provide social services for all of the residents.

Other partners involved in this development include: The City of Sunnyvale, County of Santa Clara, Santa Clara Housing Authority, San Andreas Regional Center (SARC), California Department of Developmental Services (DDS), Wells Fargo, Citibank and Google. 

Completion is slated for Q4 2023.

Amenities
​Community Room/Computer Center
Design & Construction
Unit Types
1 Bedroom
2 Bedroom
3 Bedroom
Construction Company
CORE Builders
Landscape designer
Spurlock
Sustainability status
Anticipated GreenPoint
Market status
Under Construction
Architects
Steinberg Hart