Sierra fountains, designed by Architecture Design Collaborative, open their doors
Sierra Fountains offers one, two and three bedroom apartments in a trio of three story buildings with 60 units in total. Particular attention has been paid to the design to match the neighboring architecture, influenced by the farmhouse style that can be found throughout the city. The exterior of the buildings is a combination of stucco, Hardie Panel siding and stone veneer accents.
Sierra Fountains consists of an approximately 5,000 square foot community building that houses flexible recreation space, on-site management offices, kitchens and a computer lab where free on-site services will be provided to residents and the surrounding community. The outdoor facilities include a leisure area with a swimming pool, shaded grounds, a barbecue with dining areas and a community garden. Each building has its own laundry room as well as a parking lot on the ground floor.
“Building affordable living spaces and providing housing for our local community has always been a top priority for the ADC team,” said Chris weimhold, architect and director at ADC. “Working alongside the pros at the Jamboree was just the icing on the cake.”
Architecture Design Collaborative (ADC) is one of the top 25 architectural design companies. ADC’s diverse design philosophy has led to national and international recognition. Serving nationwide clients offering multidisciplinary architectural, planning and interior design services, ADC specializes in mixed-use, residential, retail and commercial projects.
For more information on Architecture Design Collaborative, please visit www.adcollaborative.com.
About Jamboree Housing Company
Jamboree Housing Corporation is an award-winning, non-profit housing development company that develops, acquires, renovates and manages affordable rental and property properties on a permanent basis throughout California.
Jamboree is committed to sustaining excellence with high quality affordable housing that benefits the environment, economy and local communities. They currently have $ 1.1 billion in affordable housing projects in their development pipeline plus a $ 3.2 billion portfolio of assets that includes the development and / or ownership of over 10,000 homes in over 100 California communities.
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