Linc House has commenced construction on a new Project Homekey site in Orange County which will convert a former motel into permanent supportive housing.

The North Harbor Apartments, formerly the Studio 6 Motel at 1251 N. Harbor Boulevard in Anaheim, will be converted from interim housing into 87 homes for Orange County residents who are either unhoused or at risk of becoming homeless. The apartments are to be priced for households earning up to 30 percent of the area median income level.

"This project is another example of state funding put to great use in Anaheim," said Anaheim Mayor Ashleigh Aitken in a press release. "For the formerly unhoused residents that moved in, this project instantly changed their lives. This final phase will create a much needed permanent, supportive home for people continuing their journey out of homelessness."

In addition to housing, plans call for wraparound services including mental and physical healthcare, employment counseling, job placement, substance use counseling, money management, and referrals to other services.

Y&M Architects and Sun Country Builders are components of the project team, which will convert a three-story, Spanish Mediterranean building with 119 existing guest rooms. Outdoor spaces will include a central courtyard seating, a community garden and a dog park.

Residents are set to begin moving in in Summer 2025.

The project is one of four Homekey sites for Linc Housing, and is also funded through permanent financing from Capital One, tax credit equity from Raymond James Tax Credit Funds, Inc., and other resources provided by the City of Anaheim.

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