After eight months of construction, Linc Housing has completed the wood-and-concrete frame of Cadence, a new supportive housing development in the Watts neighborhood.

Rendering of building courtyardLahmon Architects

The $36-million project, located at the southeast corner 114th Street and Central Avenue, consists of a pair of four-story buildings featuring 64 apartments - including 63 supportive housing units and one manager's unit - in addition to on-site services and residential amenities.

Lahmon Architects is designing the project, which is depicted in renderings as a contemporary low-rise development with black, white, and grey tones accented by lime green flourishes.  The two buildings will be linked by pedestrian bridges, flanking landscaped courtyards and amenity decks at the podium and ground level.

Completion of Cadence is expected later in 2021.

watermark View of construction site from 114th and CentralUrbanize LA

Linc Housing recently developed a similar supportive housing development in the adjacent Willowbrook neighborhood, and broke ground earlier this month on a project catering to transition-age youth in the unincorporated community of South Whittier.

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