Coachella breaks floor on $47M very affordable housing

Development on a $47 million, 105-device economical housing enhancement is kicking off in the city of Coachella this month, adhering to several years of town and state officials cobbling alongside one another grant funds to create a mixed-use, centrally positioned progress. 

It truly is the very first job in the Coachella Valley to receive help from California’s “cap-and-trade” method, or resources that commercial enterprises spend in order to offset greenhouse fuel emissions. The money are then disbursed by the point out for affordable housing and assist to deprived communities.

Coachella officials held a virtual press convention Monday to announce that they’ve damaged ground on Pueblo Viejo Villas, located at the northeast intersection of Cesar Chavez and Sixth streets — a step towards noticing lengthy-held plans to make housing as section of downtown arranging attempts.