At its meeting yesterday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to approve new funding for a proposed affordable and permanent supportive housing complex on a vacant lot at 1435 W. 3rd Street in Westlake,

The project site, previously entitled for a mixed-use, mostly market-rate apartment building, is now slated for the construction of a fully affordable 104-unit development by West Hollywood Community Housing Corp. The proposed project would include 52 one-bedroom apartments reserved for formerly homeless seniors and 50 apartments reserved for low-income seniors earning between 50 and 60 percent of the area median income level.

The proposed development, called Third Thyme, will also include a community room, a fitness center, a laundry facility, an open-air courtyard, and a rear yard. Architecture firm 64North is designing the contemporary podium-type building.

Per a landing page on the West Hollywood Community Housing (WCHC) website, construction of Third Thyme is expected to occur between Spring 2023 and Spring 2025.

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The vote by the Board of Supervisors allocates an additional $1 million in Affordable Housing Trust Fund money to the Third Thyme development, supplementing $3 million which had already been allocated to the development.

Third Thyme joins an already-announced project from West Hollywood Community Housing, Miramar Gold, which is now under construction on a neighboring site at 1438 Miramar Street. Plans call for the construction of a seven-story building featuring 94 rental apartments - including 47 one-bedroom units reserved for formerly homeless households and 46 one-, two-, and three-bedroom units for households earning 50 percent or less than the area median income. 

Completion is expected in 2024, per the WHCH website.

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