Just west of Downtown Los Angeles, the vertical construction is complete for Firmin Court, a new affordable and permanent supportive housing development from Decro Corp. and Innovative Housing Opportunities.

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Located on the former site of two 19th century houses at 418-430 N. Firmin Street, the project consists of a seven-story building that will feature 45 units of permanent supportive housing and 19 apartments for low-income households.  Plans call for a mix of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom dwellings, as well as at-grade parking for 10 vehicles.

The Spanish Colonial Revival style building is designed by Dahlin Group.

According to a staff report to the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, the roughly $38.5-million project will serve households earning at or below 30 and 60 percent of the area median income.  Rents are expected to range from $509 to $1,512 per month.

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Decro Corp., based in Culver City, is also developing affordable and supportive housing in Lincoln Heights and Van Nuys.

Innovative Housing Opportunities, located in Santa Ana, is partnering on a development in South Los Angeles.

Looking for affordable housing? Visit lahousing.lacity.org/aahr and housing.lacounty.gov

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