At the intersection of Central Avenue and 114th Street in Watts, construction is complete for Cadence, a new supportive housing development from Linc Housing.

Exterior of CadenceGary Leonard

The project, which debuted at a ribbon cutting Ceremony on June 30, consists of a four-story building featuring 64 one-bedroom residential units in addition to on-site services and resident amenities.

Lahmon Architects designed Cadence, which features a black, white, and grey stucco exterior with lime green accents. The apartment complex's two buildings are linked by pedestrian bridges, overlooking landscape courtyards and amenity decks at the podium and ground level.

Cadence, which is currently 80 percent occupied, was built with funding from city and county sources, as well as tax credit equity.

Interior of CadenceGary Leonard

Linc Housing's other recent projects include under-construction buildings in North Hollywood and San Pedro.

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