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La Valentia; Affordable Housing with an Eco-Conscience

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Back in December 2010 Meea Kang, a principal at Domus Development said to Brandon Darnell, Sacramento Press reporter,  “We’re here to bring, I think, the most contemporary, most cutting-edge design that we could bring to one of the oldest residential neighborhoods of Sacramento.”

Nearing completion of the La Valentina in the Alkali Flat area, it appears San Francisco-based company in charge of the project has accomplished what it set out to do.

The La Valentia is a definite upgrade at the corner of 12th and D streets and is adjacent to the La Valentina Light Rail Station. According to the Domus Management website, Sacramento’s La Valentia’s 81 affordable units include studios, 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms. Spacious energy efficient units that will reduce your utility bills.

Conveniently located by a light rail station for easy, affordable transportation to shopping and work. Rents range from $424 to $1037 per month. The eco-conscious project will use a number of sustainable strategies, including photovoltaic panels, solar domestic hot water, and a green roof.

 Partners in the project include Domus Development LLC, Housing Corporation of America,David Baker + Partners Architects, Brown Construction, US Bank, NA; Alliany Capital, California Tax Credit Allocation Committee and Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency.

To apply, call (866) 666-0350 today!

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