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File #: 21-0555    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Administrative Report Status: Passed
File created: 5/26/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/16/2021 Final action: 6/16/2021
Title: Report and outcome on the City's Request For Qualifications and Proposals for the development of affordable housing units and permanent supportive housing units on 4.82 acres owned by the Corona Housing Authority located at the southwest corner of Buena Vista Avenue and Second Street (APNs 118-270-002 & 118-270-003).
Attachments: 1. Staff report, 2. Exhibit 1 - Summary of Panel's Comments & Scores, 3. Exhibit 2 - Request for Qualification & Proposal, 4. Exhibit 3 - Project Proposal Site Plan (CC Orange Housing Mercy House), 5. Exhibit 4 - Project Proposal Site Plan (Related California)
REQUEST FOR CITY COUNCIL AND
CORONA HOUSING AUTHORITY ACTION



DATE: 06/16/2021

TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council Members

FROM: Community Development Department

SUBJECT:
Title
Report and outcome on the City's Request For Qualifications and Proposals for the development of affordable housing units and permanent supportive housing units on 4.82 acres owned by the Corona Housing Authority located at the southwest corner of Buena Vista Avenue and Second Street (APNs 118-270-002 & 118-270-003).

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
The City's Housing Division within the Community Development Department published a Request For Qualifications and Proposals (RFP) seeking a highly qualified developer that specializes in the construction and management of affordable housing units and permanent supportive housing units. The Corona Housing Authority is proposing to partner with the developer in developing affordable housing and permanent supportive housing units on a vacant, 4.82-acre property. The Corona Housing Authority acquired the 4.82 acres in 2019 with the intent to enter into an Affordable Housing Disposition and Development Agreement with a qualified developer on the construction of new housing units. The housing units would be set-aside as affordable and permanent supportive housing for a period of no less than 55 years.

RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Recommended action
That the City Council and Corona Housing Authority affirm the review panel's selection of C & C Development in partnership with Orange Housing and Mercy Housing and authorize the City Manager or his or her designee to begin negotiations on an Affordable Housing Disposition and Development Agreement for the development and management of affordable housing and permanent supportive housing units on 4.82 acres owned by the Corona Housing Authority.

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BACKGROUND & HISTORY:
In 2019, the Corona Housing Authority (CHA) purchased two surplus properties from the Riverside County Transportation Commission (...

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