Projects in Pre-Development

Grady Ranch – Work Force and Senior Housing

With the support of Skywalker Properties, PEP Housing is developing 224 units of senior and workforce housing at the Grady Ranch site in Lucas Valley. The proposed community will be carefully situated to make it almost completely unseen from Lucas Valley Road, creating a vibrant and environmentally conscious mix of townhomes and multi-unit housing as well as other features such as a community center, micro-farm, orchards, barn, and more.

The Grady Ranch plan includes 120 units that will be reserved for people whose income falls at 80% of the area’s median income (AMI), or Marin households that earn between $65,700-101,400 a year. The senior housing portion will include 104 units, which will be offered toward a variety of income levels.

 To be added to the prospective tenant interest list, please call us at (707) 762-2336.


Ukiah Senior Apartments

PEP Housing is in the process of obtaining entitlements for Sun House Senior Apartments located within incorporated Ukiah, Mendocino County.  The project will provide much-needed 36 1-bedroom and 5 2-bedroom units to low income seniors; another 2-bedroom unit is reserved for a resident manager. The design is being coordinated with the local museum board to complement the adjacent city-owned Grace Hudson Museum, a federally recognized historical site. On-site features include a community center, raised garden beds, landscaped areas with walking paths and a dog run. A resident service coordinator will arrange on-site services such as health and financial literacy classes. The site itself is an infill location in proximity to many downtown amenities including public spaces, a library with public transit stop, a major bank and grocery store, pharmacy, retail shopping and restaurants, and the fire and police departments. The regional hospital property with several adjacent medical and dental offices is located exactly 1/4 mile from the NE corner of this site and can easily be accessed by the newly-completed pedestrian path along the railroad right-of-way just east.



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