A variety of multifamily rental complexes designed to serve low income residents have been built in the City of Elk Grove. The federal government offers developers tax incentives to build rental units affordable to low income people. A number of complexes built since Elk Grove became a city in 2000 have been partially funded by the Affordable Housing Fund fee program.
The table below summarizes the amount of subsidy each multifamily complex received to provide affordable housing units to Elk Grove residents.
Note: Some of the projects have modified units with handicapped accessibility.
Recent Affordable Housing Projects in Elk Grove
|Project Name||Status||Affordable Units||City Loan Amount||Subsidy Per Affordable Unit|
|Poppy Grove||Under construction, completion anticipated in late 2024||384||-||-|
|The Lyla||Under construction, completion anticipated in late 2024||291||$6,000,000||$20,619|
|Gardens at Quail Run II||Completed in 2023||107||-||-|
|Gardens at Quail Run I||Completed in 2021||95||$4,823,851||$50,777|
|Bow Street||Completed 2019||97||$5,000,000||$51,546|
Financial Contributions to Affordable Housing Projects
|Project Name||Year Built||Affordable Units||City Loan Amount||Subsidy Per Affordable Unit|
|Gardens at Quail Run I||2021||95||$4,823,851||$50,777|
|Vintage at Laguna II||2012||68||$5,159,937||$75,881|
|The Crossings at Elk Grove||2007||115||$8,959,930||$77,912|
|Vintage at Laguna||2005||157||$1,750,000||$11,146|
|Terracina Park Meadows||2004||116||$1,996,476||$17,211|