Rental units under $500 coming to Sonoma

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Almost 50 new apartments aimed at housing low-income residents are expected to be completed in Sonoma by summer 2021. The Altamira Family Apartments, on Broadway and Clay Street, are being constructed by Berkeley-based Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (SAHA). Altamira will provide rentals and support services to families and formerly homeless veterans earning 30 to 60 percent of the median income in Sonoma County. Monthly rents will range from $464 to $1,542. From left: SAHA CEO Susan Friedland; Benjamin Wickham, Director of Housing and Neighborhood Investments, Sonoma County Community Development Commission; Supervisor Susan Gorin; Mayor Logan Harvey; Sonoma City Council members Madolyn Agrimonti, Rachel Hundley and David Cook; Daniel Perl of Wells Fargo Community Lending and Investing; and Adam Kuperman, SAHA senior project manager.

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