The Sonoma Valley Citizens Advisory Commission will take a look at the mixed-use affordable housing project on Sonoma Highway when it meets Wednesday night.
The project, submitted by MidPen Housing, a nonprofit housing developer, and the Vailetti Family Trust, consists of a 60-unit, family-affordable housing complex, a 40-unit, senior-affordable housing complex, a 6,500-square-foot commercial complex, a community garden, a multi-use playground and a public bikeway.
At an open house on Feb. 19, MidPen officials explained that rents, would range from about $360 a month to $890 a month.
“But it would vary depending on household income, number of people in the family and the number of bedrooms,” said Scott Johnson, the senior project manager.
Johnson said the family complex would contain 19 one-bedroom apartments, 22 two-bedroom apartments and 19 three-bedroom units, while most of the senior units would be one-bedroom units.