43-unit housing project for homeless youth coming to San Jose (Santa Clara County Housing Authority)

Date Published: 
December 4th, 2023

From The Mercury News:

Construction is underway on a supportive housing project in San Jose to provide stable homes for more than three dozen young adults who are homeless or leaving the foster care system across the South Bay.

The former Pavilion Inn, at 1280 N. Fourth St., will be converted to 43 studio and one-bedroom apartments. It’s set to open by next summer. The site will offer residents wraparound services, including mental health care and job counseling.

“Providing these young people a lifeline to housing and services now is an investment not only in their future, but in the future health of our own community,” Laura Archuleta, executive director of project developer Jamboree Housing, said in a statement.

An estimated 764 children and young adults are homeless in Santa Clara County, according to the most recent count early this year.


The city and Santa Clara County are putting about $17 million toward redevelopment, with the other $15 coming from the state’s Homekey homeless housing program. The county Housing Authority will also supply federal housing vouchers to cover most rent for at least 21 residents.

Read The Mercury News' article "43-unit housing project for homeless youth coming to San Jose." featuring the Santa Clara County Housing Authority.

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