Calaveras Quarters

Calaveras Quarters

Stockton, CA

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Type of Development

Adaptive Reuse

At-Risk Youth

Year Built

1982

Development Profile

68 One-Bedroom Units
1 One-Bedroom MGR Unit

Unit Size

450–661 Square Feet

Buildings

3

Summary

Former Motel Reimagined as Housing for At-Risk Families and Transition-Age Youth

Formerly a 121-room motel, Calaveras Quarters is currently being repurposed into 68 one-bedroom units of affordable, permanent, and supportive housing for families and transition-age youth experiencing or at risk of homelessness. Central to the project is the provision of wraparound services, including life-skills training, self-sufficiency programming, education, employment services, and much more. HACSJ is proud to be working with partners such as Parents by Choice, Central Valley Low Income Housing Corporation, Aspirant, Lutheran Social Services of Northern California, Mary Magdalene Community Services, STAND, Children’s Home of Stockton and others to provide these services. This development marks a significant step in addressing youth homelessness and the cliff of foster youth services in California.

Calaveras Quarters is currently under development on a 2.14-acre parcel situated on March Lane in North Stockton. Construction is expected to be complete in December 2023. The property will include 11 ADA-compliant ground floor units and 7 units specially designed for residents with hearing and visual impairments. Additionally, the property will feature a community room, laundry facilities, and outdoor recreational common space.

Funding

To date, this project has received a total of $30.8 million. Sources include the California Department of Housing and Community Development (Homekey Program – Round two), providing $24.3 million, and the City of Stockton (American Rescue Plan), providing local match funds of $6 million. In addition, the Housing Authority County of San Joaquin will contribute rental assistance funds through HCV Project-Based Vouchers.

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