I am often asked, "who does PSHH build homes for?" The easy answer to that is - People!
Currently in our construction pipeline we have town homes for families in Goleta, cottages for veterans in Santa Maria, and apartments for seniors in Paso Robles. We recently finished a renovation of an entire development for people living with disabilities and I'm hoping to close a deal very shortly so we can provide more housing for the formerly homeless in Ventura.
I'm also out and about right now promoting our workforce housing model in San Luis Obispo so that people like Cal Poly grads, software developers, teachers and health professionals can afford to live where they work, where they worship and where they recreate - all hallmarks of a thriving and inclusive community.
On the home ownership side, we are currently helping people build their own homes who work in ranching, accounting and engineering and their "sweat equity" is being contributed alongside fellow owner-builders who work in hospitality, the wine industry and construction.
A few days ago we celebrated the grand opening of Los Adobes de Maria III, housing this time for people working in agriculture. With every ribbon cutting, and this was our 52nd such celebration, we welcome all kinds of people home.
So who do we build for? You might be surprised who lives in a PSHH home. They could be your neighbor's caregiver, your child's educator, or everyone's much-appreciated first responder. In fact they could be any one of the people we depend on and admire every day, and who help make the Central Coast such a great place to live.