SJCLT In The News
Improving Housing for a Sustainable Lake Tahoe
Riverside Ave. Project Sales Process
SJCLT/Related team selected for
Sugar Pine Village Project
Sugar Pine Village Awarded $17,359,470
SJCLT & Sugar Pine Village on Reno News 4
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Jean Diaz Honored with TRPA's Lake Spirit Award
Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Information
South Lake Tahoe Riverside Ave. Lots for
Affordable Ownership Workforce Housing
The City of South Lake Tahoe awarded SJCLT the right of first refusal to acquire 3 adjacent lots on Riverside Avenue for development of permanently affordable workforce housing. All 3 Riverside Ave. homes have been completed and 3 families have already moved into their forever homes.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request to be put on the affordable ownership list for future projects.
Motel to Home Program Grows
SJCLT's Motel to Home Program continues to grow. With the latest beneficiary, the program has now moved families, including 37 children living in motels, to more permanent & appropriate apartment homes. SJCLT is looking to expand the program beyond South Lake Tahoe.
Sugar Pine Village
All Modular Units have been installed for Phase 1
Vertical construction of 68 affordable housing units is well under way and all of the modular units are in place. Related will be working on the rest of Phase 1 through Winter and we're hoping to welcome our first tenants in October 2024. Phase 1 includes 12 Studios, 12 one-bedrooms, 23 three-bedrooms, and 21 four-bedrooms. Phase 2 financing closed in August 2023, so expect to see Phase 2 start to take shape in Spring of 2024.
To get on the Sugar Pine Village Tenant Interest List, visit; sugarpinevillageslt.com., email; email@example.com, or call 916-561-0323.
South Lake Tahoe Mayor Devin Middlebrook said in a news release, “This marks a significant step forward for this innovative project. The city of South Lake Tahoe is aware of the urgent need for workforce housing. There is still plenty to do, but I am incredibly happy with what we’ve accomplished thus far through this public-private partnership.”
Earlier this year, the California Department of Housing and Community Development awarded the Sugar Pine Village project $19.6 million as part of its Multifamily Housing Program, which assists with new construction, rehabilitation, and preservation of permanent and transitional rental housing for lower-income households. Sugar Pine Village will deliver much-needed affordable, workforce housing to residents earning 30-60% of El Dorado County Area Median Income and is the largest affordable multi-family housing project in South Lake Tahoe to-date.
Click HERE to read the whole article in the Tahoe Daily Tribune.