Casa Arabella provides permanent affordable housing to close to 400 residents in the Bay Area whose household income is at or below 20-60% of the area median income. At least 21% of the units will be reserved for formerly homeless U.S. military veterans. The complex draws on the influences of the Fruitvale neighborhood’s vibrancy and style, blending comfortable family townhomes with one-, two-, and three-bedroom flats. Several communal courtyards are available for gathering and provide play space for families with children.
EBALDC and The Unity Council provide onsite support services to residents, including a full-time resident service and workforce coordinator, who connects residents with economic empowerment services, as well as a full-time veteran services specialist.
Funding for the Fruitvale Transit Village Phase II-A development comes from the City of Oakland, Alameda County, the State of California, the Oakland Housing Authority, Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco, California Municipal Finance Authority, MUFG Union Bank, Citi, and U.S. Bank.
3580 E. 12th Street, Oakland, CA 94601