Work Begins on Cypress Supportive Housing


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SAN DIEGO—Affirmed Housing broke ground this week on Cypress, a 63-unit affordable apartment complex in the East Village District of downtown San Diego in partnership with theSan Diego Housing Commission. Cypress is a Permanent Supportive Housing development serving homeless individuals, with $3.4 million in development funding and 62 Federal rental housing vouchers awarded by the Housing Commission (SDHC) through Housing First – San Diego, SDHC’s three-year homelessness action plan.
Cypress will offer resident services by St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. and is being built to meet a LEED Gold level of sustainability.  Uniting affordability, sustainability, and a transit-friendly location in downtown San Diego, Cypress epitomizes smart growth in an urban setting.
“Cypress will be a great addition to East Village.  It will offer much-needed affordable housing to many of the approximately 800 homeless individuals living on the streets in Downtown San Diego,” said Todd Gloria, a San Diego Councilmember…

Work Begins on Cypress Supportive Housing

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