On November 8, 2016, the people of the County of Santa Clara approved Measure A, a proposition authorizing the County to issue up to $950 million in general obligation bonds to acquire or improve real property for the purpose of providing affordable housing for vulnerable populations throughout the County. The following are highlights about the Measure A Program (Program):
- Program funds are targeted to help construct 4,800 units of affordable housing, in addition to assisting about 235 families to secure loans to finance their first homes.
- In October 2017 the County issued its first series of bonds for $250 million and in July 2021 issued the second series of bonds for $350 million.
- As of June 30, 2022, the Program has committed $792.95 million, of which $25 million is committed to the first-time homebuyer loan program, $11.9 million has been committed to a Supportive Housing Fund for predevelopment loans, $25 million bridge loan for Hillview Court, $146.93 million for 20 property acquisitions, $800,000 for 4 partnership projects, and $583.32 million for 44 development and renovation projects.
- The development and renovation projects are in the process of adding 3,693 units of affordable housing included in the County’s housing goals, and an additional 671 units of low-income housing and 80 units of moderate-income housing that are not addressed in the Program’s housing goals (as discussed in the Housing Program Goals section below).
- As detailed in the program overview dashboard below, this means that 61.40 percent of the bond proceeds committed for development and renovation projects are financing the development of 76.94 percent of the Program’s housing goals.
- In addition, for every dollar invested by the Program, the Program incentivizes an average of $4.56 from outside investments (Public/Private Leveraging Ratio).
Use of Bond Proceeds
The dashboards below provide details on the estimated cost share per unit and housing development, sources of funding by housing development, and actual expenditures to-date. As of June 30, 2022, we provide the following highlights:
- The Program has committed $583.32 to 44 development and renovation projects, with individual commitments ranging from $1 million (The Veranda) to $53 million (Gateway Tower).
- When looking at the estimated cost per unit of housing, the Program has committed anywhere from $45,752 per unit (Markham I) to $210,938 per unit (Leigh Avenue Senior Apartments), with an average cost share of $122,212 per unit of housing.
- Although $583.32 million has been committed by the Program for these 44 development and renovation projects to-date, $329.16 million has been actually expended to-date.
Housing Program Goals
Program housing goals aim to create 4,800 units of affordable housing. As of June 30, 2022, Program funds committed to date are projected to finance 61.40 percent of the Program’s total affordable housing goal. Based on the Program’s funding commitments through June 30, 2022, the status of housing development goals by type of housing are as follows:
- Helping to finance 93.11 percent of the Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) goal.
- Helping to finance 31.31 percent of the Rapid Rehousing (RRH) goal.
- Helping to finance 90.13 percent of the Extremely Low-Income (ELI) housing goal.
- Helping to finance 132.50 percent of the Very Low-Income (VLI) housing goal.
- There are 671 units of Low-Income (LI) housing incorporated into the current housing projects; however, the Program has no stated goal for this category of housing.
- There are 80 units of Moderate-Income (MI) housing incorporated into the current housing projects; however, the Program has no stated goal for this category of housing.
The dashboards below provide detail on the number of units in development by housing type, as well as how each housing development contributes to each housing goal.
List of housing developments funded by Measure A Housing Bond:
Click the name of housing development from the list below to view a detailed summary of the project.
PROJECTED COMPLETION DATE
|2.||Villas on the Park||84||San Jose||complete||Nov 2019|
|3.||Crossing on Monterey||39||Morgan Hill||complete||Dec 2019|
|4.||Monterey Gateway Senior Apartments||75||Gilroy||complete||May 2020|
|5.||Markham Plaza I (Rehab)||153||San Jose||complete||Dec 2020|
|6.||Leigh Ave Senior Apartments||64||San Jose||complete||Jun 2021|
|7.||Curtner Studios (Rehab)||179||San Jose||complete||Nov 2021|
|8.||Quetzal Gardens||71||San Jose||complete||Oct 2021|
|9.||Iamesi Village a/k/a N. San Pedro Apt.||135||San Jose||under construction||Feb 2022|
|10.||Calabazas a/k/a Corvin Apartments||145||Santa Clara||complete||Nov 2021|
|11.||Page Street Apartments||82||San Jose||under construction||Nov 2022|
|12.||Markham Plaza II (Rehab)||152||San Jose||under construction||Sep 2022|
|13.||Vela Apartments (Alum Rock Family Apts)||87||San Jose||under construction||Nov 2022|
|14.||Villas at 4th Street||94||San Jose||under construction||Nov 2022|
|15.||Blossom Hill Senior Apartments||147||San Jose||under construction||Mar 2023|
|16.||Gallup and Mesa Apartments||46||San Jose||under construction||Nov 2022|
|17.||Agrihood Senior Apartments||165||Santa Clara||under construction||Jul 2023|
|18. ||Immanuel-Sobrato a/k/a Moorpark Apartments||108||San Jose||under construction||Mar 2023|
|19.||Kifer Senior Apartments||80||Santa Clara||pre-construction||Jan 2024|
|20.||Vitalia a/k/a Bascom Apartments||79||San Jose||under construction||Aug 2023|
|21.||Auzerais Apartments||130||San Jose||under construction||Jan 2024|
|22.||Sango Court Apartments||102||Milpitas||under construction||Jun 2023|
|23.||The Charles||99||San Jose||pre-construction||Apr 2025|
|24.||Roosevelt Park||80||San Jose||pre-construction||Jul 2024|
|25.||Gateway Towers||300||San Jose||pre-construction||Jul 2026|
|26.||Mariposa Place (W. San Carlos Housing)||80||San Jose||under construction||May 2024|
|27.||Tamien Station TOD||135||San Jose||pre-construction||Jun 2025|
|28.||Alum Rock Multifamily||60||San Jose||pre-construction||Oct 2024|
|29.||Algarve Apartments||91||San Jose||pre-construction||May 2024|
|30.||Dupont Family Apartments||141||San Jose||pre-construction||Sep 2026|
|31||Sunol-West San Carlos||154||San Jose||pre-construction||May 2025|
|32.||La Avenida||100||Mountain view||pre-construction||Apr 2025|
|33.||Hillview Court (Phase I - Rehab)||134||Milpitas||under construction||Sep 2022|
|34.||Casa de Novo (Rehab)||TBD||San Jose||pre-construction||Oct 2022|
|35.||Royal Oak Village||73||Morgan Hill||under construction||Oct 2023|
|36.||McEvoy Apartments||224||San Jose||pre-construction||Mar 2026|
|37.||Hawthorn Senior Apartments||103||San Jose||pre-construction||Jun 2025|
|38.||Bellarmino Place Apartments||116||San Jose||pre-construction||Jul 2024|
|39.||Mountain View Lot 12||120||Mountain View||pre-construction||Sep 2025|
|40.||Orchard Gardens||93||Sunnyvale||pre-construction||May 2025|
|41.||Residence Inn||102||San Jose||pre-construction||Apr 2024|
|42.||Alvarado Park||90||San Jose||pre-construction||Sep 2025|
|43.||The Magnolias||66||Morgan Hill||pre-construction||May 2025|
|44.||Sonora Court||176||Sunnyvale||pre-construction||Oct 2024|
|||Total New Units||4,053|||||||
|||Total Renovated Units||720|||||||