Elk Grove City Council to review proposals for affordable housing on city-owned land in Old Town and Sheldon Farms

At tonight’s city council meeting, the council will discuss an agreement with two entities to develop affordable housing on city-owned land on Elk Grove Blvd in Old Town and Bruceville Road near Sheldon Road.

The land in the Old Town area is 9220-9244 Elk Grove Blvd, near the proposed controversial Oak Rose apartment complex. The agreement with Mutual Housing California would build an 89-unit senior housing project as a three-story elevator building oriented around multiple courtyards. According to the city staff report, a mix of studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units will serve seniors earning between 30% and 70% of the area median income.

The Sheldon Farms project would be located at 8851 Bruceville Rd. That proposed project with Abode Communities would be a 240-unit family project comprised of seven buildings. The buildings would be oriented towards outdoor amenities and would be denser (four stories) close to Bruceville and step down in density to two or three stories close to the single-family homes to the east of the site. The one-, two- and three-bedroom units would serve households earning 30% to 80% of the area median income.

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