Completed in October 2011, the Baker Street Mixed Use Project is a newly constructed 37-unit housing and commercial development in Old Town Kern, Bakersfield. The Kern County Housing Authority (HACK) applied for and received an $8,059,521 Capital Fund Recovery Competition Grant to construct the Village. Bakersfield Redevelopment Agency committed $4,962,188 from California Housing Finance Agency and redevelopment low-mod housing funds for development and construction costs. These funds were used to construct a “for-rent” affordable family with storefront retail project.
The project, features 24 newly constructed three-bedroom townhomes at 1,893 square feet each with underground garages, and 13 one-bedroom loft style units at 1,130 square feet each, located above 9,975 square feet of community/commercial space. Phase I is operated and maintained by HACK with a minimum term of 55 years.
|Building Marque||Street View at Night|
|King Street Entrance||Lake Street View|
|Lake Street Facade||Loft Windows|
|Loft Kitchen|| |