Jamboree Housing Corp. Gets $1.5M for a 33-unit supportive housing project.

By: Sharjeel Sohaib


Feb 8, 2022



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The Jamboree Housing Corp. will now build a 33-unit supportive housing project based on a $1.5 million payment approved by Claremont, CA.

The Jamboree Housing Corp. is a nonprofit organization that builds high-quality, affordable housing.

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The proposed housing projects will be built between Larkin Park and the Quaker’s Claremont Friends meeting location. Property owner Pilgrim Place sells the space specifically for housing for those with incomes defined by officials as “extremely low.”

This project includes:

  • Nine studios with about 373 square feet each
  • 23 one-bedroom units with 455 to 485 square feet
  • One two-bedroom manager’s unit

Renters who earn at or below 30% of the area’s median income are eligible to obtain the rental property.

Jamboree explains the design concept behind their affordable housing.

Courier Place’s unique design concept allows seniors the continuous option to integrate with or enjoy quiet separateness from residents with families. For instance, seniors have their own separate building where they can find respite and quiet conversations in the community kitchen and common sitting areas. Or, they can interact in the family community center, playground, pool or patio dining areas with families and children living in the property’s neighboring buildings.

Jamboree Housing Corp.

Small Town Charm of Claremont

Claremont is known for its small-town charm, and it’s becoming evident that small and aesthetically pleasing buildings are essential to senior and family well-being.

“Permanent supportive housing is absolutely the number one best practice in ending homelessness, not more shelter, not feeding programs or temporary housing people in our places of worship,”

Claremont Change member Christine Margiotta

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Other related stories involving new housing projects in the Inland Empire include:

Ontario plans to build 370-Acre Ontario Great Park: Ontario plans to build a 370-acre new city park, reports Steve Scauzillo. Known as The Great Park, the proposed project is approximately 340 acres with a length of 3.7 miles, encompasses roughly 400 acres, and extends over 3-1/2 miles. Ontario Ranch is next to the proposed 370-Acres Ontario Great Park, an adjacent community that will eventually be home to 47,000 residential units, plus office, commercial, and industrial space.

Build-to-Rent Townhomes Come to the Riverside County: Land brokerage company based in Irvine; The Hoffman Company has sold 26 acres of land that Sancerra Communities and STG Capital Partners will use to build a rent-only townhome community in Southwest Riverside County, California.

LaTerra Development Buys Apartment Development Site for $8.2M in the City of Perris, CA: LaTerra Development, a Los Angeles-based multifamily developer, has bought an apartment development site with 228 apartments in the City of Perris, CA. The transaction cost $8.2 Million to LaTerra; however, the developer will now have an in-demand property right in the heart of the booming Inland Empire. 

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