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An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) is a smaller living unit on a property that has a single-family residence. It is complete with its own kitchen and bathroom facilities.

— City of Redwood City

Aslan is partnering with Villa Homes to install a 1/1 ADU in the backyard of the King House Property. This installation increases the value of the property and will help us house more ministry staff. In addition to the stand-alone ADU, the main house will have a JADU downstairs.
JADU stands for Junior ADU. It’s the same idea as an ADU but is attached to the main house. Both the ADU and the JADU at the King House will have private entrances.

The process for installing an ADU takes about 10 months. The first stage is an assessment of the property, design selection, permit submission, and pricing finalization. Next, there is a period of engineering getting the permits approved. After that, the actual construction, delivery, and installation only take about 10-16 weeks! We’re on course to have the ADU ready by September/October. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @aslanhousing for updates on construction!

Thank you to Villa for donating $5K to the Project!
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Nicole Bergeron

Ms. Bergeron got her B.A. in International Relations at UC Davis. She has a joint degree in law and public policy: J.D., UC Hastings Law; M.P.P., Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley. Ms. Bergeron serves as an officer of the board of Aslan Housing Foundation and Sojourners, volunteers on the Expert Bench of Moonshot edVentures, and is a Capital Collaborator with Camelback Ventures.