Riverside’s historic Camp Anza officers’ club, shown in 2014, is being renovated as part of a housing development for low income veterans. Home Front at Camp Anza should by ready for tenants by January.
, DAVID BAUMAN, FILE PHOTO
Disabled military veterans can now get on a list of prospective tenants for Home Front at Camp Anza, a development of 29 affordable homes in Riverside’s Arlanza neighborhood.
Now under construction, the development will include two- and three-bedroom units for veterans and their families, a lap pool, a community garden and the renovated Camp Anza officers’ club, a community center where veterans could get services such as counseling, physical therapy and wound treatment.
Low and very low income veterans who were disabled in the service are eligible to live in the homes. Wakeland Housing and Development Corp., which is building the project, is now taking the names of veterans who want to become tenants.
For income eligibility or other information, or to get on the interest list, call 951-840-9351 or visit http://www.wakelandhdc.com/communities/projects/anza.