Self-Help Enterprises unveils the city’s first affordable multi-housing complex, marks the completion of the 81-unit complex with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting

TULARE – In a symbolic act of progress, a vibrant crowd of community leaders, elected officials, developing partners and members of the public gathered to witness the ribbon-cutting ceremony of a new rental community making its debut in the city.

Santa Fe Commons Ribbon Cutting Close
Joy Flores (middle) joined by Self-Help staff, Contractors, and community officials for the ribbon cutting at Santa Fe Commons. (Kenny Goodman)

The development, Santa Fe Commons I, has made for the first integrated permanent supportive housing project of its kind in the city of Tulare, according to the project’s developers, Self-Help Enterprises. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was on Oct. 12 at the site of the new multi-family complex on 537 N. West St. in Tulare.

The first phase of this affordable rental community is an 81-unit complex that features robust onsite services, with apartments that range in size from one to three bedrooms. This includes 25 permanent supportive housing units to assist people who are transitioning from homelessness.

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