Housing for Individuals & Families Purchased in 1998, Victoria Street Bungalows in the City of Santa Barbara consists of 10 one- and two-bedroom cottages built in the 1930s. Six apartments were completed in 2005. The units are in high demand due to their unique design and convenient location. The city suffers from a housing affordability… Read more »
City: Santa Barbara
Housing for Families In March 1999, the “Milagro de Ladera” apartment complex was renovated into a beautiful and affordable residential community. Children enjoy a fully landscaped courtyard with playground equipment, a basketball court and rose gardens. New paint and awnings adorn the exterior walls and a new community room provides a convenient place for after-school… Read more »
Housing for Single Room Occupants The City of Santa Barbara approached PSS to purchase this last Single Room Occupancy (SRO) hotel downtown. The majority of tenants were very-low-income seniors, veterans, and formerly-homeless individuals. In 2001, with the assistance of the Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara, the City of Santa Barbara Housing Department,… Read more »
Housing for Individuals & Families Completed in 2018, Jardin de las Rosas features 40 affordable rental units located near downtown Santa Barbara and will consist of 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom units plus the Michael Towbes Community Center and the Jeanette Duncan Learning Center, which will offer supportive services like educational programs for children and workforce… Read more »
Housing for Families Managed by Peoples’ Self-Help Housing, this 75-unit affordable rental housing development features units varying in size from two to four bedrooms.
Housing for Individuals & Families Casas las Granadas was completed December 2007 and provides 12 new, permanently affordable one-bedroom rental units set aside for “downtown workers”. The development especially benefits those tenants who may not have a car for their transportation needs. Of the 12 apartments, ranging from 485 to 575 square feet, 8 units… Read more »