Just over two years after breaking ground near the US-101 Freeway, construction is now complete for the PATH Villas Hollywood, a new permanent supportive housing complex from developer and service provider PATH Ventures.

The project, built at 5627 Fernwood Avenue, consists of a six-story building featuring 60 apartments which are reserved for low-income, formerly homeless seniors aged 55 and up. The complex includes 45 studio one-bedroom dwellings, averaging between 450 and 740 square feet in size, as well as a two-bedroom manager's apartment. All of the supportive units are subsidized through project-based vouchers provided by HACLA.

Rooftop view from PATH Villas HollywoodPATH Ventures

"The PATH Villas project in Hollywood plays an important part in the City’s comprehensive solution to homelessness as it will help ensure older Angelenos have access to stable housing and the services needed to live healthy, full lives," said Mayor Karen Bass in a news release.

The Architects Collective designed the PATH Villas, with Westport Construction service as general contractor. The building has a white stucco exterior and a U-shaped footprint, wrapping a landscaped central courtyard. Other common features include a rooftop deck and a community room.

Courtyard of PATH Villas HollywoodPATH Ventures

Residents at the property are provided with supportive services through a partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. Offerings include interview trainings, life skills education, and links to nearby resources.

Besides its new Hollywood project, PATH is also in the midst of construction at a new supportive housing complex in the unincorporated community of West Carson.

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