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BRIDGE Housing broke ground on its third affordable multifamily development in Carlsbad, CA

BRIDGE Housing Breaks Ground on Third Carlsbad Development

The City of Carlsbad and BRIDGE Housing joined public- and private-sector partners recently for the groundbreaking of 1380 Laurel Tree Lane, which will provide 70 affordable family apartment homes. The property is the third in the city to be developed by BRIDGE.

With a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, the development will serve family households earning between 30-60% of Area Median Income for San Diego County, currently $31,250 to $52,050 for a household of two. Planned amenities include a management office, service areas, community room with kitchen, common laundry rooms and an outdoor courtyard area.

Located near retail, employment opportunities and schools, the future affordable homes at 1380 Laurel Tree Lane will be designed to achieve Green Point Rated Gold certification as well as meeting the City of Carlsbad’s Climate Action Plan measures.


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