DFA Development’s Danny Fred and Three Leaf Holdings’ Chris Flaherty, as developers, take pride in providing affordable family housing. Their collective drive to deliver quality with integrity on each project they touch is always at the forefront of each of their projects. They take pride in knowing that their projects are developed, designed and constructed with an approach that parallels their affiliated companies’ vertical integration in the process of developing unique properties in urban cores to rural communities.

Each of DFA’s projects is constructed by its affiliate Trinity Development and Construction at the helm in a design build format. Trinity Development and construction offer full general contracting and project management services in residential and commercial construction.

Cal Weber 40 is located at the intersection of N. California St. and E. Weber Avenue in Stockton, CA. The two existing buildings known as the McKeegan building and the Cal Weber building are in serviceable condition and are well suited for adaptive re-use. Adaptive re-use is the method of development with the smallest carbon footprint and therefore the “greenest” construction method. This allows for a compressed budget as well as a way to preserve the history of the city with the partial conservation of the original structure. The method also sets a good example for the future redevelopment of downtown Stockton.

Cal Weber 40 Apartments will consist of 40 units, 28 apartments with two bedrooms and one bathroom, 12 more with three bedrooms and two baths. The modern apartment complex will boast solar-powered units, a computer lab and a private playground. The project would entail renovation of the 123-year-old Cal Weber Building and the 88-year-old McKeegan Building. The project will o er designated parking, common areas, private balconies as well as an impressive 12′ + ceiling height for third story units. The ground level will remain commercial with the exception of four units located at the north and south entrances in the Cal Weber building residential lobby. The location will embrace pedestrian access to the nearby restaurants and entertainment district with parks and the waterfront within 5 minute walking distance. The architectural design intent is modern with clean lines and minimal ornamental features and a strong focus on function. Large openings provide an abundance of natural light, sheltered to the south with overhangs provided by the balconies and glazing frame work. The envelope shows neutral tones with an accent color on balconies and glazing framework to accentuate the form. Balconies are walled o in one direction to create privacy between the units. Cal Weber 40 is located at the corner of N. California Street and E. Weber Avenue.