This $26M, 89 unit, 4-story state of the art affordable senior housing community for low to extremely low-income seniors sets aside 22 units for seniors with special needs. The Creekside Commons community provides an on-site social services coordinator and works with the county to provide services to the special needs seniors.This project is built above code minimum, utilizing packaged heat pumps for space heating and a central system for water heating - as well as utilizing a 73% tenant-benefit solar array. Redwood Energy performed the Zero Net Energy, Title 24, and California Utility Allowance Calculator. This 68,000 sf. development was completed in 2020.
Redwood Energy has led the design of more than 20,000 units of Zero Net Energy, all-electric affordable housing, and 200 all-electric market rate residences.