Crossway Residences

Crossway Residence at Center Street (Phase I)

Stockton, CA

Type of Development

Renovation

Special Needs

Year Built

1989

Development Profile

14 Studio Units

1 One-Bedroom MGR Unit

Unit Size

429–849 Square Feet

Buildings

1

Summary

Housing Authority County of San Joaquin (HACSJ) has partnered with San Joaquin County Behavior Health Services (SJCBHS) on a three-phase project to provide affordable and supportive housing for individuals experiencing mental health issues and homelessness.  In the first phase, known as Crossway Residences at Center Street, the vacant office building at S. Center and E. Church Streets in Stockton, once occupied by HACSJ administration, was renovated into 14 studio apartments and an on-site manager’s unit. 

Crossway Residences at Center Street became fully occupied in December 2020. The newly renovated and modernized units are reserved for 20 years to provide housing for SJCBHS clients.

Build / Funding

SJCBHS, through the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA), awarded HACSJ a grant to renovate and convert the former HACSJ administrative office. HACSJ provided the land and building, while the partnership built the studio units. HACSJ provides residents subsidies through the Housing Choice Voucher program while SJCBHS provides supportive services.

Crossway Residence at Park Street (Phase II)

Stockton, CA

Type of Development

Renovation

Special Needs

Year Built

1930

Development Profile

11 Studio Units

1 One-Bedroom MGR Unit

Unit Size

409–534 Square Feet

Total Building

1

Summary

In the second phase of the project, known as Crossway Residences at Park Street, an apartment building originally built in the 1930s was renovated and modernized to create 11 low-cost, high-quality studio units for income eligible SJCBHS clients.

Crossway Residences at Park Street became fully occupied in February 2021. The newly renovated and modernized units are reserved for 20 years to provide housing for SJCBHS clients.

Funding

SJCBHS, through the Mental Health Services Act, awarded HACSJ a grant to purchase and renovate the property. HACSJ provides residents subsidies through the Housing Choice Voucher program while SJCBHS provides supportive services.

Crossway Residence at El Dorado Street (Phase III)

Stockton, CA

Type of Development

Renovation

Special Needs

Year Built

1989

Development Profile

12 Studio Units

Unit Size

415–685 Square Feet

Total Building

1

Summary

In the third and final phase of the project, known as Crossway Residences at El Dorado Street, a second office building once occupied by HACSJ administration at E. Church and S. El Dorado Streets was renovated to provide 12 additional studio units, bringing the Crossway Residences project total to 37 units of affordable and supportive housing.

Crossway Residences at El Dorado Street became fully occupied in August 2021. The newly renovated and modernized units are reserved for 20 years to provide housing for SJCBHS clients.

Build / Funding

SJCBHS, through the Mental Health Services Act, awarded HACSJ a grant to renovate and convert the former HACSJ administrative office. HACSJ provided the land and building, while the partnership built the studio units. HACSJ provides residents subsidies through the Housing Choice Voucher program while SJCBHS provides supportive services.

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