Part of the mixed-income redevelopment of a vacated lumber mill in Healdsburg, The Randall creates 41 homes (as well as gathering, gardening, and play spaces) for low-income individuals and families. On September 15, we joined Eden Housing, Replay Destinations, project partners and distinguished attendees for the official ribbon cutting ceremony.

The Randall is now Healdsburg’s largest affordable housing community, is walking distance from downtown and “steps away” from a potential new SMART rail station, and includes on-site amenities such as a picnic area, playground, and a community garden that, like many of the building’s design gestures, draws connections to the region’s agrarian identity.

The project’s name honors Nick Randall, a housing advocate and Eden board member. Mr. Randall was in attendance as an honoree, joined by government officials including U.S. Representative Jared Huffman, Assemblymembers Jim Wood and Jenny Chamberlain, various County and housing agency reps, Mayor Ariel Kelley and the entire sitting City Council. The project represents a commitment by Healdsburg to fulfill a regional obligation of building hundreds more affordable homes to combat the housing crisis.

Congratulations to all on this accomplishment - and welcome home new Randall residents!

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