Redding Downtown Loop and Affordable Housing Project

Funding Area Transportation and Sustainable Communities
Program Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program
Grant amount $20,000,000
Awarded to City of Redding
Year 2016
Location Redding
More information http://sgc.ca.gov/resource%20files/10112016AHSCFY1516AppendixB.pdf
Project summary Integrates affordable housing with sustainable transportation infrastructure to transform downtown Redding into a more walkable and bikeable community.
Project details

The Redding Downtown Loop and Affordable Housing Project integrates affordable housing with sustainable transportation infrastructure to transform downtown Redding into a more walkable and bikeable community. The proposed project would redevelop an existing commercial building into a mixed-use space with a total of 79 housing units near the Redding Downtown Loop, an active transportation network currently under development. It would also convert Market, Butte and Yuba Streets to complete streets and construct a protected bike lane connecting the historic Diestelhorst Bridge and Sacramento River Trail to the new development. A program of bus pass subsidies will also be provided to affordable housing tenants. 

GHG reduction (projected) 10,519 metric tons
Low-income housing 79 units built

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