APARTMENT HOMES

The inviting apartment homes of Terraces of Lafayette are filled with natural light and offer the perfect balance of luxury and comfort. Browse through our floor plans and discover the well-appointed kitchens, open layouts and spacious decks.

Subject to final approval, the homes will range from approximately 750 to 1,290 square feet with one, two and three bedrooms.

FLOORPLANS

  • FLOORPLAN 1

    There’s plenty of space: inside and out—in this inviting one-bedroom home.

    1 Bedroom Approx 750 SF

  • FLOORPLAN 2

    This “double master” layout offers two self-contained bedroom sites.

    2 Bedroom Approx 1055 SF

  • FLOORPLAN 3

    This well-designed three-bedroom offers the perfect balance of comfort and style.

    3 Bedroom Approx 1290 SF

Floor plan layouts and square footage are approximate and subject to change without notice.

INCOME QUALIFICATIONS

If you already work in Lafayette, you know how expensive it is to rent or purchase a home here. Terraces of Lafayette is designed to provide much needed housing to people of moderate income. To ensure the community serves moderate-income households, there are minimum and maximum income qualifications to rent a luxurious home at Terraces.

Projected moderate income limits and monthly rents

 

1-person
Household

2-person
Household

3-person
Household

4-person
Household

Median Income
Feb. 2013
HCD* figures:
$65,450 $74,800 $84,150 $93,500
Moderate Income
(100% Median Income):
$65,450 $74,800 $84,150 $93,500
30% of annual income
assignment to housing:
$19,635 $22,440 $25,245 $28,050
Maximum monthly
housing costs:
$1,636 $1,870 $2,104 $2,338
Allowance for tenant
furnished utilities:
$79 $80 $81 $82
Maximum allowable rent: $1,557 $1,790 $2,023 $2,256

* California Department of Housing & Community Development Income limits and rents are subject to change without notice.

GREEN BUILDING

Terraces of Lafayette is designed as a LEED Silver community and will be among the greenest communities in Lafayette. For you and your family, this means lower energy bills and living environments that promote comfort and well-being.

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a rating awarded by US Green Building Council, a third party verification system that ensures high standards for sustainability are met, resulting in greater energy efficiency and a healthier living environment. These include:

  • Construction waste recycling and management

  • Use of recycled materials in new construction

  • Low emitting materials, paints and adhesives

  • Increased interior ventilation

  • Energy-efficient appliances, lighting systems, insulation and windows

  • Walkable community design

  • Location near transit, schools, and services

  • Water-conserving plumbing and irrigation

  • Maximum open space and water-efficient landscaping

  • Solar Panels

FLOORPLAN 1

There’s plenty of space: inside and out—in this inviting one-bedroom home.

1 Bedroom Approx 750 SF

FLOORPLAN 2

This “double master” layout offers two self-contained bedroom sites.

2 Bedroom Approx 1055 SF

FLOORPLAN 3

This well-designed three-bedroom offers the perfect balance of comfort and style.

3 Bedroom Approx 1290 SF