The sense of community was already established at Camphora, when the four buildings comprised of 44 two and three-bedroom work-force apartments were built with sidewalks and landscaping to create a homey feel. The site underwent a ground-up redevelopment transforming a run-down labor camp into a beautiful and welcoming home for farmworkers and their families.
Designed to better the lives of the residents, this development offers two turf soccer fields, a half-court basketball, a tot-lot and a 3,000 square foot community center. Also available are great patio areas for families to congregate and hold community events, as well as laundry facilities and a business center.
Camphora Apartments provide an environmentally-responsible and amenity-rich community with quality onsite management and supportive services such as a food program, health and wellness activities, computer literacy and more, all offered at no cost to residents.
Please contact (831) 678-8355 if you are interested in learning more about Camphora Apartments.
In order to obtain an application for housing, you must call each property directly. (831) 678-8355 The manager can answer questions regarding apartment availability, rent, income requirements or restrictions, and how to obtain an application for housing.
If you need further assistance, please call 510-582-1460.
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Balconies/PatiosEnergy Star rated appliances
Designed as a LEED AP Homes Certified project, Exceeds California Title 24 energy efficiency thresholds by 38 percent, A large solar photovoltaic system supplying the majority of electrical needs, Super high efficiency heating, On-demand hot water systems, Energy Star-rated appliances, 2×6 wall construction for added insulation and extra thick attic insulation, Super-efficient water fixtures and landscaping irrigation, Use of renewable materials including environmentally friendly paint, High efficiency lighting, Continuous ventilation for healthy indoor air
KTGY Group, Inc., Dillon Design Associates
U.S. Bank, U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation, California Department of Housing and Community Development, U.S. Department of Labor, County of Monterey, Federal Home Loan Bank, NeighborWorks America, South County Housing Capital, Century Housing, Rural Local Initiatives Support Corporation, Monterey County Housing Authority
Eden Housing Management, Inc.
LEED Certified Platinum