Developments Under Construction Now
- Buena Vista Apartments (Hollister, CA)
- Buena Vista Subdivision (Hollister, CA)
- Cambria Park Subdivision (Greenfield, CA)
Buena Vista Apartments in Hollister, CA
CHISPA is constructing 41 affordable apartments at 810 Buena Vista Road in Hollister, CA.
Financing Partners: Well Fargo Bank, County of San Benito, State of California CalHFA, City of Hollister
Anticipated Completion Date: Summer 2017
Photos from June, 2017
Buena Vista Subdivision in Hollister, CA
CHISPA is constructing 13 affordable single-family homes on Buena Vista Road in Hollister, CA, adjacent to Buena Vista Apartments. Construction began in May 2017, with completion anticipated in early 2018. This winter’s heavy rains saturated the soil, so work was delayed until the soil dried out. Click here for a brochure on the homes.
Renderings of the Homes
Cambria Park Subdivision in Greenfield, CA
CHISPA is constructing affordable single-family homes in the Cambria Park Subdivision at Cardona Circle and Apple Avenue in Greenfield, CA.
CHISPA is accepting pre-applications to purchase a home in the Cambria Park Subdivision. Applications are available at CHISPA’s main office located at 295 Main Street, Suite 100, Salinas, or at any of its South Monterey County rental properties. For more information contact Carolina Nuñez by email at email@example.com, or by phone at (831) 757-6251 ext. 137.
Seven new affordable single-family homes in Phase V (lots 27 through 33) is under construction along the south side of Cardona Circle. Below are pictures taken in June 2017.
Here are the Plans for the new homes:
Lot 27 – Marquina
Lot 28 – Addison
Lot 29 – Chandler
Lot 30 – Marquina
Lot 31 – Laurel
Lot 32 – Addison
Lot 33 – Chandler
8 New Homes Recently Completed, January 2017
Lots 19 through 24
Below is our Zero Net Energy Home, a modified Marquina, on Lot 19. We constructed this home with design and financial assistance from PG&E.
A Zero Net Energy Home is highly energy efficient. Our goal is for our model home to use no more electricity than that produced by the home’s solar panels. Also, we designed the home to require very little heating gas because of the sophisticated insulation and heating equipment. For more information on Zero Net Energy Homes: visit www.californiaznehomes.com.