Pauline Weaver Senior Apartments
The Pauline Weaver Senior Apartments’ design articulates a modern architectural style, which continues a California legacy of simple, clean lines combined with energy efficiencies to create affordable housing that is sustainable and comparable to market-rate housing.
The building’s U-shape creates a safe and tranquil interior courtyard, as well as a sound buffer to the surrounding streets. The courtyard is a natural extension of the community spaces, which includes a community room, fitness room, and reading lounge/computer room. The on-site manager’s office, and service coordinator’s office are centrally located for ease of access.
The senior apartments are located one mile south of the Warm Springs BART Station and in close proximity to amenities on Warm Springs Blvd. and Mission Blvd, allowing apartment dwellers to remain close to their families, shopping and services.
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- Air Conditioning
- Electric cooktop stove and range
- No smoking environment
Green Point Rating – Gold Level 122 Points, Solar photovoltaic and solar thermal panels, estimated to offset common area electric load and gas usage, Drought resistant landscaping that meets Bay Friendly standards, reducing water usage for irrigation, Irrigation systems controlled by “Smart” timers that prevent overwatering, Bio-swales enhance and collect drainage of water onsite rather than emptying into the storm water system, High efficiency light fixtures and Energy Star appliances, Low-flow toilets and showerheads, Low VOC paints for indoor air quality
KTGY Architecture + Planning
City of Fremont, Housing Authority of the County of Alameda, County of Alameda, Chase Bank, Enterprise Community Investment, Morgan Stanley, California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, California Debt Limit Allocation Committee, The Mission Peak Company
Eden Housing Management, Inc.
Green Point Rating – Gold Level