The Encanto Village Project is a 66-unit, transit-oriented development developed by National Community Renaissance of California (National CORE). The design included multi-family affordable housing for low- and very-low-income households, including housing for veterans and mixed retail spaces. The development also involved site acquisition, demolition of three existing structures, and construction of a four-story structure.
The RICK team prepared the Environmental Assessment (EA) in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and housing and urban development (HUD) requirements. RICK staff led the preparation of cultural resources, historical review, and traffic, noise, and air quality/GHG analysis studies. Our team assisted the client and the San Diego Housing Commission in getting the project approved and in obtaining state and federal funding for affordable housing projects.