Petaluma senior housing complex gets 68 more units

Construction UpdateSept. 10, 2012

Burbank Housing busy with four projects

Petaluma senior housing complex gets 68 more units

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PETALUMA -- Phase 2 of the Vintage Chateau affordable housing community for seniors 55 and older is set for occupancy this month. 

[caption id="attachment_61112" align="alignright" width="450"] Work crews prepare the second phase of Vintage Chateau for September occupancy. (credit: Gary Quackenbush)[/caption]

The 68-unit addition on 1.67 acres, located at 325 N. McDowell Blvd., is adjacent to the existing 240-unit Vintage Chateau property built on an 8.05 acre parcel at 333 McDowell Blvd., which opened in 2000.

"There is a huge and growing need for senior and family housing projects," said Art May, senior vice president of project developer USA Properties Fund. "Our five-year plan is to build, acquire and/or rehabilitate projects to meet our goal of 15,000 units by 2015 within our portfolio. We are looking at other areas of the North Bay area to add to the five projects we have today in the region."

Both properties were built, owned and managed by Roseville-based USA Properties Fund, Inc., which has developed, acquired and/or rehabilitated more than 11,000 units in 72 California and Nevada communities since its founding in 1981 by J.B. Brown. The company has 372 employees in its Roseville and Irvine offices.

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