Six months after breaking ground, wood framing is now rising at the site of Corazón del Valle, a new affordable and permanent supportive housing complex located in Panorama City.

Aerial view of construction at Corazon del Valle in Panorama CityHolos Communities

Holos Communities (formerly Clifford Beers Housing) is showcasing progress at the new apartment complex, which is taking shape just west of Van Nuys Boulevard at 14545 Lanark Street. When completed, the project will include 180 studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, 178 of which are to be occupied by formerly unhoused persons and low-income households.

The apartments would cater to single adults earning up to $12,400 per year or a family of four earning no more than $70,000 per year, Holos Communities announced at the project's groundbreaking earlier this year.

Designed by Perkins&Will, Corazón del Valle will consist of three amorphous five-story structures bisected by courtyards and breezeways. Besides housing, the complex will include case management services to be provided by San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, as well as a community clinic in the commercial space at the property's ground floor.

Aerial view of construction at Corazon del Valle in Panorama CityHolos Communities

The project is being built in two phases, starting with the two smaller structures that are now taking shape, with a targeted completion date of 2023. The second phase is expected to debut in 2024.

Corazón del Valle is not the only eye-catching project which Holos Communities has in the pipeline. Far south in Broadway-Manchester, completion is nearing for the firm's Isla Intersections development, a LOHA-designed complex composed of prefabricated modular units.

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