Welcome to the VCC Online Portal for Owner, Architect, and Subcontractor access. We want to thank you for the opportunity to be a part of your project. We hope you will find the tools featured here to be informative and helpful as we remain committed to timely communication. We look forward to making your projects something we can all be proud of together.
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VCC Ethics Hotline
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We have completed the second phase of Paradise Creek in National City, a suburb of San Diego! This development consists of 201 affordable units, pedestrian walks, picnic and play areas, public park, and a community center which will incorporate management, leasing and social services offices, along with fitness center, conference room, and recreation room. Paradise Creek is a public-private partnership between Related California, Community Housing Works, and the City of National City. It received a Silver Catalyst Award for California's Sustainable Strategies Pilot Program and was selected as one of five federal Sustainable Communities Partnership Pilots in the country by the EPA in partnership with HUD and the DOT. A few other awards Paradise Creek has received are: 2017 Momentum Award, Healthy Community, Circulate San Diego, 2017 Project Of The Year, New Construction, San Diego Housing Federation Ruby Awards, Leed - Neighborhood development & Leed for Homes Certification.
As this property was a city-owned brown field site, it was formerly used as a public works yard fro maintenance of city vehicles. Under the oversight of the CA Dept. of Toxic Substances Control, we were part of the site redevelopment of environmental remediation for hazardous materials. The development is located on a tidal creek and adjacent to a new light rail station. Innovative design and construction strategies were used to accommodate being on a flood plain.