Hayward 4- Resyndication

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742 Harris Court, Harris Court, Cypress Glen, Huntwood Commons Apartments
118
Family
Project Status: 
Recently Completed Construction
742, 734, 735, 743, & 751 Harris Court
25100 Cypress Ave & 27901 Huntwood Ave
Hayward, CA 94544
Phone: 
510-582-1460
Contact: 
Alameda County

Development Description

The Hayward Four scattered-site project comprises four sites located in close proximity to each other in Hayward. All four projects are located in primarily residential neighborhoods characterized by single-family housing and low-rise apartment buildings. This project is an acquisition-rehabilitation of existing, occupied buildings.

Neighborhood Characteristics and Amenities

742 Harris Court and Harris Court Apartments are contiguous. Both are comprised of two-story wood- framed fourplexes, at the end of a cul-de-sac characterized by the same housing type. The neighborhood is walkable and served by regular, frequent transit, and has easy access to the 880 freeway. The housing is within 0.5 miles of a library, grocery store, pharmacy, and park, and within one mile of a high school.

Cypress Glen is comprised of two and three-story wood-framed buildings, located in a neighborhood that has a mix of low-rise apartment buildings and detached housing. The neighborhood is walkable and served by regular, frequent transit, and has easy access to the 880 freeway. The housing is within 0.5 miles of a pharmacy, grocery store, and park.

Huntwood Commons is comprised of two-story wood-framed buildings, located in a neighborhood that has a mix of low-rise apartment buildings and detached housing. The neighborhood is walkable and served by regular, frequent transit. The housing is within 0.5 miles of a park and middle school.

Project Characteristics and Scope of Work

742 Harris Court has one building with four units and Harris Court Apartments has five buildings, each with four units. Considered together, all six buildings are fourplexes of very similar design and construction. The buildings have stucco exteriors, now, but post-rehabilitation are expected to have a combination of inorganic siding with a wood-like texture and appearance and stucco.

Huntwood Commons consists of six buildings. The buildings have T-111 siding now, and post- rehabilitation will have new siding of a manufactured lumber and/or inorganic material siding with shear value. The project has post-tension slab foundations.

Cypress Gardens consists of three buildings. They have T-111 siding over plywood shear, and post- rehabilitation will have a manufactured lumber and/or inorganic material siding overlaying the existing shear value material. The project has poured slab foundations.

All four projects consist of wood-framed structures at grade. None of the projects have elevators. All of the projects provide one off-street parking space per unit. The condition of the buildings at all four projects would be characterized as fair, overall, but the envelopes of the buildings, if they are not addressed now, would be characterized as poor in a few more years.

In order to address the capital needs of the projects, Eden has developed a scope of work that will ensure the properties will continue to perform as high-quality affordable housing over the coming decades. The scope of rehabilitation will include restoring the integrity of the roofs, envelopes, and windows; updating mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems; enhancing mobility and access; modifying buildings and systems to be in conformance with changes to the building code; as budget allows, making improvements to common areas and unit interiors; and, as budget allows, “greening” and “blueing” the properties with energy and water efficiency improvements and solar energy technology.

For all four properties, these items would be specifically addressed by the following scope of work:

Building Envelope Improvements
•  Replace roofs
•  Repair or replace building skins
•  Replace windows at 742 Harris, Harris Court, and Cypress Glen
•  Address water intrusion damage where it occurs

Efficiency Upgrades
•  Improve energy efficiency by a minimum of 10 percent per the energy model
•  Install solar photovoltaics and solar thermal when possible
•  Install water conservation measures on a cost-benefit basis
•  Upgrade HVAC, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems

Common Area Improvements
•  Repaint common areas
•  Renew plantings
•  Upgrade playgrounds
•  Upgrade and increase exterior lighting
•  Reseal and restripe parking lots as needed
•  Repair carports as needed

Resident Unit Improvements
•  Repair and upgrade unit elements as called for in the PNA and energy model
•  Improve interior ventilation

On-Site Amenities and Services
The intention of this project is to enhance resident quality-of-life at all four projects that comprise the Hayward Four. To the extent that budget allows, common areas will be enhanced by these projects.

Project Name

Address

Unit Count

Built

742 Harris Court

742 Harris Court

4

1999

Cypress Glen

25100 Cypress Avenue

54

1987

Harris Court Apartments

734, 735, 743, 751, & 751 Harris Court

20

1999

Huntwood Commons

27901 Huntwood Avenue

40

1989

 

Section 8: 
Yes

eden housing does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status, national origin, or any other arbitrary basis.