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College: Santa Rosa Junior College
Advisory Services:  Scion Group
Developer:  Servitas, LLC
ManagerServitas Management Group, LLC
Architect:  HPI Architecture & Design Collective
Contractor:   Weitz
Underwriter:  Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Inc
501(c)3 Owner:   NCCD – SRJC Housing I, LLC



Achieve housing affordability for students
Promote student equity, access, and success

Support SRJC’s Campus Facilities Master Plan and sustainability

Achieve facility and operational savings without compromising overall project quality

Local Labor and Schedule
Maximize the utilization of firms located and operating in Sonoma County
Deliver/open for the fall 2023 semester



Size: 95,218 square feet - 352 beds / 258 units

Location: Southeast corner of Elliott Avenue and Armory Drive

Project Cost: $64,000,000 (estimate)

Financial Structure: Tax-exempt P3

Financial close:  July 2021
Groundbreaking: October 2021
Opening:  Academic Year 2023

Living Options:
Traditional Single
One bedroom; shared community bathroom with the other residents on the floor. The showers are divided into individual showers and have dividers for privacy.

Traditional Double
One bedroom that two residents share; shared community bathroom with the other residents on the floor. The community showers are divided into individual showers and have dividers for privacy.

Single Semi-Suite
Two single bedrooms with two bathrooms.

Four Bedroom, Two-Bath Apartment
Four single bedrooms with two bathrooms. Each resident has a private bedroom and shares the living room, kitchen, and bathrooms.

Included in Rent
Furniture (bed, desk, chair, chest of drawers, built-in closet)
All utilities (power, water, sewer, high-speed internet)
Common laundry facilities

Included in the Community
Multipurpose space for programming and lounge areas
Study rooms on each floor
Large common area kitchen on the 1st floor
Common area kitchens on each floor
Open courtyard with grills and green space
Laundry service at no cost
Secure bike storage area
Composting and recycling program for each floor
24-hour emergency maintenance
Campus police patrols and security monitoring



Financing and Ownership Structure

The student housing community is being financed and delivered through a public-private partnership utilizing tax-exempt financing to maximize control and minimize risk.  This is not a college-funded project; rather, it is 100% project debt finance.  The improvements/student housing community will be owned by NCCD (a not-for-profit) until the debt is paid off.  By affiliating with a nationally chartered, not-for-profit owner, the College maintains input into the decision-making process assuring that the student residential experience and the intended academic outcomes are balanced with that of required financial sustainability.

There are provisions requiring that the student housing community be maintained to uphold quality throughout the life of the financing.  Once the debt is paid off, the college will own the student housing community.