Impact Housing is solely focused on addressing the housing crisis by providing high volumes of quality apartment homes that are naturally affordable for teachers, nurses, military personnel, and other moderate- and low-income renters. Impact Housing’s first four multifamily workforce housing projects in San Diego will add more than 1,300 new apartment homes.

The construction of these new homes will help San Diego fulfill its moderate- and low-income housing targets for the current Regional Housing Needs Allocation cycle (2022-2030).

3167 Market Street

Homes: 34
Neighborhood: Stockton
Completed: October 2023
Status: Fully Leased

Present Future

3167 Market Street completed construction in October 2023. Impact Housing’s first project in San Diego, the 5-story building added 34 apartment homes all priced at very low-, low-, or moderate-income rent levels. The site is in a Downtown-adjacent neighborhood that has not seen substantial new housing construction in decades and is located within a block of bus stops that provide direct access into Downtown San Diego’s commercial districts and is less than a 10-minute walk to the 32nd Street & Commercial trolley station.

2911 Adams Avenue

Homes: 72
Neighborhood: North Park / Normal Heights
Projected Completion: 2024
Status: Under Construction

Present Future

The proposed project will add 72 apartment homes to a bustling North Park / Normal Heights pocket lined with popular bars and restaurants. With 2,000 square feet of ground floor retail to extend the commercial activity, 2911 Adams will offer an attractive new housing option to this high-demand location. With its projected completion in 2024, the project will offer studio, 1-bedroom, and 3-bedroom units. The project is situated within a transit priority area (TPA) with access to rapid bus service to trolley stations and employment hubs.

6440 El Cajon Blvd

Homes: 324
Neighborhood: College Area
Projected Completion: 2025
Status: Under Construction

Present Future

The proposed project will provide 324 apartment homes to the El Cajon Boulevard corridor in College Area on a site that previously operated as a Howard Johnson hotel. Located in the hub of the Transit Priority Area of the College Area neighborhoods, the 6-story project offers studios, 1-bedroom, and 3-bedroom units.