21 days from permit to delivery
Fast-tracked permitting in conjunction with the Abodu Quickship program is allowing us to deliver permanent housing solutions faster than ever before.
The West Coast isn’t growing new land anytime soon.
Forward-looking backyard dwellings.
“[San Jose Mayor] Sam Liccardo’s team and the building and planning departments of San Jose are looking for interesting ways to add housing,” says Abodu CEO John Geary. “And they’ve really done a great job of removing the red tape involved in getting a unit of housing approved.”
It will take more than 1.5 million units to solve the California housing crisis. So it won’t happen overnight. But now that unprecedented demand for ADUs is being met with fast permitting, improved legislative frameworks, and even the support of lenders, projects like Abodu + 1000ADU are paving the way for what’s possible. “We have this very special moment in time right now,” says Preston, “where all of our constituencies, all of the stakeholders want this. It’s on you and me to now make this happen.”
At Abodu, we’re happy to be playing our part.