Los Angeles’ housing crisis has been in the news a lot lately, and it doesn’t show signs of letting up. All over Los Angeles County, homeowners are looking for ways to secure housing for their loved ones or help provide additional housing while bringing in rental income. They’re finding the answer in accessory dwelling units
Santa Cruz is an absolutely beautiful place to live. With housing in such high demand, homeowners are getting more from their properties with accessory dwelling units (ADUs). They’re adding backyard cottages and in-law apartments to get rental income or live near family. If you’re interested in adding an ADU to your Santa Cruz property, it
San Francisco is a beautiful, historic, unique, busy, diverse, and sometimes crazy place, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. All that character makes it a popular place to live. That’s why accessory dwellings (ADUs) are popping up left and right. If you’re interested in bringing in rental income or building a new space
Accessory dwellings, ADUs, in-law apartments, backyard cottages, granny flats…They go by about a million different names (some of which aren’t exactly ideal). Whatever you want to call it, it’s a major project, and that can mean a lot of risk. That’s why using the best ADU company on the San Francisco Peninsula is so important.
It seems like everyone’s talking about accessory dwellings in California, and they’re especially popular in Oakland, Piedmont, and Alameda. For anyone who wants to make the most of their property in these areas, it’s absolutely critical to get the best ADU builder in Oakland. With over 100 projects in Oakland, Piedmont, and Alameda, it’s clear
Rebecca, a Vallejo homeowner, contacted New Avenue to help her design a studio home for her mother. New Avenue designer Matt Waitkus developed a proposal that included design, the necessary meetings with the city, estimated subcontractor fees, required reports, city fees, and administrative fees. New Avenue provides these detailed design proposals so our clients aren’t
Multigenerational families are realizing that they can (and should) live together The AARP reports that almost 90% of seniors would rather stay at home than move to an elder care facility. This shouldn’t be surprising to any of us. As humans, we value independence, familiar surroundings, and the comfort of being near loved ones. And
At New Avenue, we are all about solving the housing crisis and empowering homeowners. That means changing the way housing works in places like California, where we are facing a shortage of three to four million units. If you’ve been with us for a while, you know that one of the smartest ways to address