Just over one year after breaking ground at 11010 Santa Monica Boulevard, modular units are now in place for a new permanent supportive housing development from non-profit service provider and developer Weingart Center in West Los Angeles.
The project, named 11010 SMB for its address, replaced an LADOT parking lot with a new five-story building that will feature 51 apartments - 50 of which will be reserved for unhoused seniors and veterans.
Weingart and its development partner Valued Housing secured funding for the project through a variety of state and local sources, including Measure HHH and tax-exempt bonds. The total budget estimated budget for 11010 SMB is $27.5 million, which translates to a per-unit cost of just over $530,000.
Rents are to be set at levels considered affordable to a household earning up to 50 percent of the Los Angeles area median income.
Perkins&Will is designing 11010 SMB, which will include studio apartments ranging from 315 to 400 square feet in size. Renderings depict a contemporary low-rise building, capped by a pair of rooftop amenity decks.
In addition to its new project in West Los Angeles, Weingart broke ground last year on a new high-rise development that will rank as the largest supportive housing complex in Los Angeles at completion. The organization is also planning housing at the intersection of 71st Street and Broadway in South Los Angeles.
- 11010 SMB (Urbanize LA)
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