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Crossroads Village is a former 200 unit-motel in north Fresno, California, converted to temporary  housing for individuals and families at risk of homelessness, via a $15.3 million California Department of Housing and Community Development Project Homekey grant.  This eight building, two-story project currently comprises studio and one bedroom units, and houses dozens of individuals and families.
The development team is currently preparing to convert Crossroads Village to permanent housing, starting in summer 2023. This second rehab phase will provide a mix of studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, with 143 permanent housing units created overall. Crossroads Village  will also have indoor and outdoor community spaces, including a playground, pool, dog run, and picnic area.  The units will be made affordable through operating subsidies provided by the Fresno County Department of Social Services and services will be offered on site by Fresno County Department of Behavioral Health.    
The conversion from interim to permanent housing will be financed through a number of state and local funding sources including No Place Like Home and Fresno County Capital Funds..  The project has strong local support and is a partnership between UPholdings, Fresno County, non-profit corporation Housing on Merit, and local developer and property manager RH Community  Builders.  

Property Type: Affordable Housing

Unit Mix:

  • Studio - 51

  • 1 bedroom - 43

  • 2 bedroom - 39

  • 3 bedroom - 8

  • Manager units - 2

Property Features

  • Laundry facilities

  • Community green spaces

  • Pool

  • Computer center

  • Security


3737 N. Blackstone Avenue

Fresno, CA 93726

Phone: TBD 

Status: Leasing Soon by referral only 

Phase: Under Construction

Expected Completion: Summer 2024

Service Provider: Fresno County Department of Social Services

Development Partners:

  • RH Community Builders

  • Housing on Merit

  • County of Fresno

  • Quiring General. LLC

  • Paul Halajian Architects

Financing Partners:

  • California Department of Housing and Community Development

  • Citibank

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