Midway Village+ provides housing options for all income levels, including a significant number of new affordable housing units — 1,780 in total. When you include our homes for middle-income families, our affordable and middle-income numbers increase to 2,353 units, or 55% of the 4,252 new homes called for by Midway Village+, a new walkable urban village that more than 9,000 San Diegans will call home.
Our focus is on building new homes
— not just “housing units.” While raw unit counts matter, so too does the extent to which those units address the unmet housing needs in our community.
Within our affordable housing plan, we offer 856 two-, three-, and four-bedroom homes to accommodate larger and multigenerational families. We also are pledging to build dedicated homes for seniors while providing facilities for on-site preschool and childcare.
We are the only team with a plan that includes permanent supportive housing — 116 new homes, including 36 specifically for kids transitioning out of foster care. And Midway Village+ is the only team with a groundbreaking partnership with Habitat for Humanity to build 100 for-sale affordable homes. Midway Village+ also is the only team who has partnered with Space 4 Art
to build affordable apartment homes for artists.
Our housing team is led by Toll Brothers
, BRIDGE Housing
, and MAAC
. It also includes Waterford Property
and Habitat for Humanity
A plan of this scope, ambition, and complexity will require strong balance sheets
and diverse expertise
. Midway Village+ delivers both.
The process begins with Toll Brothers and its proven ability to coordinate with other builders – as Toll has routinely done on several similar projects – to maintain quality and consistency across a diversity of housing product sizes, styles, typologies and segments. BRIDGE, MAAC, Waterford, and Habitat will reinforce and complement these efforts.
As a Fortune 500 company with a $11 billion balance sheet, Toll Brothers has a long and celebrated track record of master planning and housing development. In 2022, Toll will develop $1 billion in horizontal infrastructure (roads, drainage, pipelines, pads, etc.).for projects just like the Sports Arena redevelopment. No other bid team matches Toll’s experience and financial strength.
BRIDGE Housing is one of only a handful of affordable housing developers in California that has experience building at the capacity planned for the Sports Arena site. The San Francisco Business Times recently named BRIDGE as Nonprofit Developer of the Year.
Waterford Property Company has an impressive track record of working with cities in California to produce thousands of middle-income homes, and who in the San Diego housing world doesn’t know and trust MAAC and Habitat for Humanity?