The average cost to build a habitable unit in California is an average of $465,000 (135% of national average)
The current affordable housing deficit in San Diego County is over 171,000 units according to SANDAG
California produces 25-40% of landfill materials from traditional construction waste alone
A modular housing unit can be built in a factory in less than 10 days
There are social venture investor groups interested in providing more affordable housing options throughout San Diego County with little to no debt incurred by a faith organization
Traditional infill projects often bring litigation due to California Environmental Quality Act impacts
Modular buildings are virtually disaster proof and on the cutting edge of innovation
There are over 4 million shipping containers that sit available in US ports unused each year
There are over 300 social services programs in San Diego County serving low income populations in need of affordable housing.
We work with our Faith Community Partner leadership to help facilitate the financing and development of their property.
Designs provided by CRATE Modular, Inc.
While we are excited about the possibilities that come with modular housing and the expedited process of building with these modalities, we want what is in the best interest of our Faith Community Partners. We have a thoroughly vetted preferred vendor list of comparably priced options we will provide your leadership while maintaining the importance of providing a living wage to our local workforce.