Non-profit organizations WORKS and Community Build, Inc. are nearing completion at a mixed-use affordable housing development in South Los Angeles. 

The project, consisting of two buildings at the intersection of 88th Street and Vermont Avenue, features two manager's apartments and 60 affordable units consisting of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom layouts.  According to a rental application, the housing is reserved for low-income and homeless individuals and families earning at or below 30 and 40 percent of the area median income.

Designed by TWG Architects, the building's range between two and five stories in height, and include on-site amenities such as a community center, courtyard, and an outdoor patio.

The project is among the first batch of affordable and permanent supportive housing developments funded by Measure HHH.

One block north at Manchester Avenue, a larger mixed-use project incorporating 180 affordable housing units, retail, and a boarding school is slated for long-vacant sites at the 8400 and 8500 blocks of South Vermont Avenue.

Non-profit developer EAH Housing recently broke ground on another permanent supportive housing development at the intersection of Vermont and 76th Street.

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