1151 25th Street, San Diego, California
Community Type: Family
Located in the San Ysidro area in south San Diego, Coronado Terrace sits on a 14.03-acre site with a garden-style setting just north of the Mexican border. It was at risk of being converted to market rate housing when acquired by Eden Housing in 2015. The property underwent an extensive renovation completed in 2018; to improve the lives of Coronado’s families, provide ADA upgrades and implement significant improvements in energy and water efficiency.
Residents can walk to grocery stores on tree-lined sidewalks or take bus transit to nearby shopping and services. Five parks are within 4.5 miles including two National Wildlife Reserves and Otay Valley Regional Park.
On-site amenities include a 4,000 square foot community center with a kitchen, a fitness center, a computer lab and a multi-purpose room. Covered parking, a playground, a pet park, and bike friendly qualities make this the perfect place for families to call home.
Neighborhood House Association provides on-site resident services such as after school programs and tutoring, digital literacy and financial coaching services.
You can obtain an application for housing by calling the property directly at (619) 423-5804. The manager can answer questions regarding apartment availability, rent, income requirements or restrictions, and how to obtain an application for housing. The list of properties that are accepting applications is updated on a monthly basis on our website. Learn more about our Application Process.
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- High Speed Internet Access
- Smoke free options
Original: G.R. Collins & AssociatesRehab: BASIS Architecture
Original: Portrait Construction Rehab: Precision General Commercial Contractors
Original: Related Properties, Home Investment Partnerships Program, Section 8 Project-Based Rental Assistance, Low-Income Housing Tax Credit programs, Wakeland Housing and Development CorporationRehab:San Diego Housing Commission, California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, California Debt Limit Allocation Committee, Department of Housing and Urban Development, US Bank, National Equity Fund, Inc., Citi Bank, Barings-Mass Mutual, Century Housing, JP Morgan Chase
Eden Housing Management, Inc.