Non-profit developer Holos Communities has unveiled a new look for Denali, a proposed permanent supportive housing complex set to rise in Downtown Long Beach.

Holos recently secured $4 million in federal funding for the project, which would rise from a property located at 521 and 527 E. 4th Street. Plans call for the construction of two interconnected buildings featuring a combined total of 140 one-bedroom apartments - 75 percent of which would be reserved for unhoused residents.

South perspective of Denali at 521 E 4th Street in Long BeachHolos Communities

A landing page on the Holos Communities website dubs the project Denali in honor of North America's tallest mountain. Renderings depict a pair of 15-story structures, linked together by a series of bridges. Per the project website, community amenities would include on-site supportive services, recreation rooms, and laundry facilities.

KFA Architecture is designing Denali, according to a representative of the firm.

West perspective of Denali at 521 E 4th Street in Long BeachHolos Communities

Per the website, construction is set to begin in 2025 and conclude by 2027.

The project was one of two to recently secure federal funding awarded through the City of Long Beach, joining a proposed affordable housing complex from Jamboree Housing on Pacific Coast Highway in Midtown.

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