Developer Linc Housing Corp. has completed vertical construction at a more than $25-million supportive housing complex in Central Long Beach, and is now applying exterior finishes to the narrow, low-rise structure.

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Bloom at Magnolia, located at the southeast corner of Pacific Coast Highway and Magnolia Avenue, will consist of a four-story building featuring 40 apartments, on-site amenities, and supportive services.

According to a 2019 staff report to the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, the apartments are intended to cater to formerly unhoused persons.  Rents at the building, which will be priced at the very low-income affordability level, are expected to start at $979 per month.

Designed by Withee Malcolm Architects, Bloom is depicted in a rendering as a contemporary stucco-clad building.

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Completion is expected by the end of 2021.

Linc, which is based in Long Beach, recently completed work on a similar supportive housing development a half-mile east next to the A Line's PCH Station.  The firm's other projects include under-construction buildings in Historic Filipinotown, San Pedro, North Hollywood, and Watts.

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