A September 25 groundbreaking for Finch Hollow Homes at the corner of N. Park Victoria Drive and Creed Street meant so much more to the MUSD community than turning dirt for another housing development.
As part of the ceremony, Mark Robson, President of Robson Homes, presented Superintendent Cheryl Jordan, Board President Hon Lien, Board Vice President Chris Norwood, and Board Clerk Kelly Yip-Chuan with a $200,000 check to support MUSD learners in MUSD EducatEveryWhere with digital devices and hotspots.
“When we first met Mark, he expressed a desire to support our learners in unique ways,” Jordan said. “Robson Homes is a company that cares about our school community. It stands out as a leader that other developers can follow for going above and beyond.”
Robson Homes plans to build 38 new homes, including four smaller Below-Market Rate units, along with 10 Accessory Dwelling Units, better known as granny units.
“For each of those homes with AUDs, Robson will connect new home buyers with MUSD team members in order to provide opportunities for renting the auxiliary units,” Jordan added.