Creating Livable Communities

Grand Opening Heritage Commons Phase II

You are invited to the Grand Opening of Heritage Commons Phase II, which will take place on Friday, May 20th at noon. Please join us for the celebration and remarks followed by a light lunch, RSVP to David J. Thompson of Neighborhood Partners LLC, at or call (530) 757-2233.

Therapy Pool is adjacent to the Community Building at Heritage commons

Therapy Pool is adjacent to the Community Building at Heritage commons

Join Jack Batchelor, Mayor of Dixon, and Bill Powell, President of Davis Senior Housing Communities, and other partners and funders for this commemorative event.

Other invited speakers include, Congress Member John Garamendi, State Senator Lois Wolk, State Assembly Member and Candidate for State Senate Bill Dodd, former Assembly Member and Candidate for State Senate Mariko Yamada, Deputy County Counsel for Solano County and Candidate for State Assembly Dan Wolk, and Solano County Supervisor John Vasquez.

The celebration will take place at the community building at 191 Heritage Lane in Dixon. Please park off site – anywhere on Heritage Lane.

Heritage Commons Phase II adds another 54 brand new apartments to the growing senior campus in Dixon. With 114 apartments for seniors (age 55 and above), Heritage Commons will be Dixon’s largest affordable senior housing community. Go to the website for an application and further details on the progress –

Both complexes are owned by Davis Senior Housing Communities, Neighborhood Partners, LLC and the John Stewart Company.

Enterprise Community Investment arranged a $4.9 million tax credit equity investment for Heritage Commons Phase II, as well as a $5.2 million investment for the first phase.

The City of Dixon received $5.5 million in funding from the State Department of Housing and Community Development HOME Program for Heritage Commons Phase II, in addition to the $6 million that it received for the initial phase of Heritage Commons.

First Northern Bank provided a $1.5 million funding commitment from the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco Affordable Housing Program for Heritage Commons Phase II.  Previously, it provided $1 million from the same source for Heritage Commons I.

Wells Fargo Bank provided $7 million in construction phase financing for Heritage Commons Phase II, with an additional $7 million provided for Phase I.

The project architect for both phases of Heritage Commons is James Zanetto. The general construction contractor is Brown Construction, Inc. Property management is being provided by the John Stewart Company.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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