FULLERTON : Work to Begin on Low-Income Housing
After years of planning, work will begin next week on East Chapman Villas, an affordable-housing apartment project being built by a local developer and a nonprofit coalition.
Interfaith Housing Development Corp. of Fullerton, a group comprising local churches and synagogues, and developer Douglas Chaffee are building the complex, which will be owned and operated by Interfaith.
The 27-unit complex is expected to be completed in July. It will feature two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments for low-income families, project managers said. There will be a community center and play area for children. Monthly rents will range from $466 to $771.
Because demand for low-income apartments is great, developers expect to fill the complex within 30 days of opening.