California Community

Summer Hill, Fresno

Summer Hill is AMCAL’s fifth affordable community in the San Joaquin Valley with opening in 2011.

The Spanish-style apartment is located on a two sites of 2.1 acres and consists of 50 affordable family units (17 dua) of 2 and 3 bedrooms. Entitlements included a Zone Change to R2 high density residential. Construction is two levels of Type V wood construction with surface parking. Design is Title 24 +15% energy efficiency.

Summer Hill is conveniently located near a FAX bus stop, Ball Park, Lincoln and King Elementary Schools, Holy Cross Medical Clinic, and a grocery market. Amenities include a barbecue and seating area in the courtyard, and 1,000-s.f. community clubhouse with a computer lab.

Summer Hill is financed with an allocation of $7,328,000 in 9% Low-Income Housing Tax Credits in 2009, and $2,000,000 in City of Fresno RDA funds.
Construction began in 2010.

100% affordable:
5 units – 30% AMI
5 units – 40% AMI
25 units – 50% AMI
14 units – 60% AMI
1 unit – Manager

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Year Built

2011

Type

Family

No. Units

50

Total Cost

$8,741,000

Developer

AMCAL Multi-Housing

Contractor

AMCAL General Contractors

Architect

R.L. Davidson

Financing

Equity

$4,983,000

Construction

$5,056,000
Boston Capital

Permanent

$1,500,000
Boston Capital
$2,000,000
City of Fresno RDA

Agency

Non-Profit

Foundation for Affordable Housing