FILLMORE TERRACE

Coming Fall 2023 to Fillmore

Fillmore Terrace is a new multifamily housing community in the downtown area of the City of Fillmore. This affordable housing property brings 68 new apartments to the neighborhood, and serves households earning 30-80% of Ventura County’s area median income.

With a combination of craftsman, shingle style, and Queen Anne architectural features on two and three stories, Fillmore Terrace reflects the aesthetics of Central Avenue and complements the community. With connections to nearby amenities, local shops and businesses, access to local transit is just footsteps away.

Fillmore Terrace has 18 one-bedroom, 32 two-bedroom, and 18 three-bedroom apartments, with one three-bedroom unit reserved for onsite property management. The Community Center includes offices for administrative and supportive services, along with a learning center and computer room. A large open space for events and a community kitchen, are all available for the exclusive use of the residents.

The ground floor has secure, covered parking, with the first floor featuring 29 units overlooking an outdoor courtyard, two separate play areas for children, three gathering spaces, a game area, and beautiful landscaping throughout. The second floor contains 32 units with additional outdoor gathering areas; seven more units are on the third floor. The light-filled and airy design integrates interior and weather protected walkways, and includes two elevators and two staircases.

Fillmore Terrace is seeking a Green Point energy rating to achieve excellence in sustainability. The rooftop will accommodate solar panels to provide power to the building, and will reduce both residential energy bills, and greenhouse gas emissions into the community. The site design incorporates energy efficient appliances and heating/cooling systems, green building materials, sustainable stormwater management and treatment features, all making for an exceptional place to call home!

For more information on this project, please contact:

Lauren Nichols, Senior Project Manager

laurenn@pshhc.org | (805) 699-7232