In the Pico neighborhood, Community Corp. of Santa Monica has wrapped up construction at Greenway Meadows, the non-profit developer's latest affordable housing project.

Rendered view looking northwest from 14th StreetDE Architects

The three-story building, located at 1820 14th Street, consists of 39 apartments starting at 450 square feet in size, as well a ancillary features such as a community room, a library a computer lab, and offices for an on-site services coordinator.

DE Architects designed the low-rise structure, which incorporates open spaces such as a ground-floor courtyard and a rooftop deck.  Its exterior is clad with fiber cement panels and plaster.

The apartments, according to the Community Corp. website, are limited to households aged 62 and older with an annual income of at least $24,000 for a single adult and no more than $47,340 for individuals, $54,060 for two-person households, and 60,840 for a three-person households.  However, those limits do not apply for applicants with Section 8 vouchers.

watermark View looking west from across 14th StreetUrbanize LA

The application period for the project closed on December 7 of last year, according to the website.

In addition to Greenway Meadows, Community Corp. is developing two other projects in the Pico neighborhood.  The first, the Las Flores apartments, recently broke ground a short distance south on 14th Street.  The other would rise a few blocks east, replacing a church parking lot along Pico Boulevard.

Outside of Santa Monica, Community Corp. is also developing affordable housing projects in Mar Vista and Westchester.