3575 Mendocino Ave.

Burbank Housing, working in partnership with Related California, is master planning the prior Journey’s End Mobile Home Park devastated by the 2017 wildfires. The redevelopment plan will transform the site into a high-density, transit-oriented village focused around a central park and located within 1⁄2 mile of high-quality transit, commercial retail and medical services. The Project site will be redeveloped with up to 532 units and will offer both market rate and affordable units. Burbank/Related will develop 162 senior affordable units on approximately 2.5 acres and a market rate developer will construct up to 370 market rate units on approximately 9.00 acres.

The affordable units will provide housing for lower income seniors, age 62+, with an annual income between approximately 30-60% of the area median income. Qualifying prior Journey’s End Mobile Home Park residents displaced by the 2017 wildfires will be offered first priority for the affordable units.

Development Partners:

Burbank Housing
Related California

Property Management:

Burbank Housing

Resident Services:

Burbank Housing

Development Type:

New Construction

Project Status:

Design Development Underway

Project Cost:

$56 Million (Phase 1)

Funding Sources:

Sonoma County Fund for Housing
CDBG-Disaster Relief
LIHTC-Disaster Relief
Conventional Debt

Site Area:

2.5 Acres

Zoning & Density:

Transit Village Residential
65 DU/AC

Apartment Home Profile:

Type # Size (sqft)
1-Bedroom 158 530
2-Bedroom 4 800
Total 162 Units


Multi-purpose activity common rooms with kitchen, health and wellness room, media room, laundry rooms, bike rooms, manager’s offices, reception areas, outdoor courtyard, and community gardens

Services Offered:

Health and wellness programs, educational workshops, and financial literacy courses
On-site property management with 24/7 staff presence on site

Resident Profile:

Seniors earning 30-60% AMI