100 PROPOSED RENT RESISTED APARTMENTS

Developers continue to line up to build apartments in Manteca.

The latest proposed complex comprises 100 units on a large parcel at 1195 North Main Street.

The effort is continued by the CRP Logement Affordable.

The company – with offices in San Diego, Los Angeles and New York – has owned, operated, developed and managed more than 2,500 age-restricted units.

The plot sits behind Elks Lodge and the small resort anchored by a Chevron station and convenience store that opened earlier this year at North Main and Lancaster Drive.

It is the first rent-restricted complex not designed solely for seniors to be offered since the 153-unit Juniper apartment complex was completed about a decade ago on Atherton Drive in the east of Van Ryn Avenue. This complex is considered labor housing, as the rent is tied to a set percentage of the tenants’ income.

If approved, it would become Manteca’s third rent-restricted apartment complex. The other is on Wawona at Union Road.

There are also four low-income seniors’ complexes in Manteca.

There are now four applications to build 844 apartments in Manteca currently being reviewed by the city.

The others are:

* 62 units in the proposed Yosemite complex east of Kaiser Hospital on West Yosemite Avenue.

*472 units in the proposed Wawona complex on the west side of Airport Way between Big League Dreams and Wawona Street.

* 210 units in the proposed Soma complex at the southeast corner of Atherton Drive and South Main Steet.

856 additional units between three complexes have been authorized but have not yet started construction

These three include the 136-unit luxury apartments on Lathrop Road west of Union Road where structures and trees have been removed from the project site.

Another approved complex that has yet to open is the 420-unit Prose project planned for the Center Street West Extension. The third project is the 300-unit Union Crossing complex at the southwest corner of Union Road and Atherton Drive.

There are 201 apartments currently under construction. Of these, 192 are in the second phase of The Atherton complex on Atherton Drive east of Bass Pro Shops. The others are in a small complex on Stewart Street northeast of Powers and Yosemite Avenues.

In total, there are 1,911 apartments at some point in the development process in Manteca.

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