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New Affordable Housing Complex Opens


Bradley Studios at 512 Bath Street — the city’s newest affordable housing complex — opened 11/7 with a ribbon cutting and tour hosted by the Housing Authority of Santa Barbara. The 54-unit complex was designed by Peikert Group Architects, cost $13.8 million to build, and was completed in early November, a month ahead of schedule. The units range in size from 320 to 445 square feet, and tenants must meet certain income requirements to qualify. They’ll pay anywhere from $320 to $760 a month, depending on their annual income.

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