OAKLEY, Calif. — Highridge Costa Development Co. and SVA Architects Inc. have released plans for Twin Oaks Senior Residence, a mixed-use project in Oakley, located between Sacramento and the Bay Area.
The three-story community will feature 98 one-bedroom and 32 two-bedroom units for people age 62 and older. Units are reserved for those earning between 50 percent and 80 percent of the area median income.
The project will also include 5,667 square feet of street-fronting commercial space, 188 parking spaces and over 63,000 square feet of open space on the 5.85-acre site.
The Oakley City Council approved the project in October 2019, and the development team expects to break ground the second half of 2020. A timeline for completion was not released.
SVA and Highridge Costa are partnering on several high-profile affordable seniors housing projects, including the $130 million Kulana Hale project in Hawaii.