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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

See the Latest SJCLT Newsletter

Jean Diaz Honored with TRPA's Lake Spirit Award

Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Information 

Project/Program Updates
The Riverside Ave. Affordable Ownership Homes
Sold! New Homeowners Have Moved Into Their Forever Homes


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, sold, and 3 Tahoe families have already moved into their forever homes. 

Email to request to be put on the affordable ownership list for future projects.

Motel to Home Program Grows
March 24'-SJCLT Board Loosens Qualification Requirements 


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 homes.

SJCLT's Board recently loosened qualification requirements in hopes the program will help more locals find adequate,

long-term housing.  

SJCLT is also looking to expand the program beyond the South Shore of Lake Tahoe to benefit more communities

in the Tahoe Basin.

Click HERE to access qualification requirements 

& the Motel to Housing Program application.

Sugar Pine Village
Phase 1 welcomes tenants in Fall 2024


Phase 1's application process will begin 4/15/24.  Click HERE for SPV property management & leasing information.


Sugar Pine Village is a 248-unit project aimed at housing a local workforce that has been increasingly priced out of the Tahoe Basin. The complex will consist of nine buildings spread over 10 acres, as well as two community centers. About 90% of the units are affordable to workers earning less than 60% of area median income, about $90,000 for a four-person

household income in March 2024.

Sugar Pine Village is the first development to break ground as part of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Excess State Land Program executive order, which made under-utilized, state-owned

land available for affordable housing.

Click HERE to read the SF Chronicle's recent SPV article.

Related Ca. & Deacon Construction will be working to complete Phase 1 through Spring & Summer 24' & we're hoping to welcome tenants to SPV's 1st 68 Units in October 2024.  Phase 1 includes 12 Studios, 12 one-bedrooms, 23 two-bedrooms, and

21 three-bedrooms. 

Phase 2 closed financing in August 2023 & vertical construction will commence in Spring of 2024, hoping to welcome tenants

to SPV's next 60 units in Fall 2025.

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