One block northeast of MacArthur Park in Westlake, Community Development Partners has announced the completion of its latest affordable and supportive housing development.

The Lake House, built at 437 S. Westlake Avenue, consists of a five-story building featuring 62 studio and one-bedroom apartments reserved for households earning 30 percent or less than the area median income level and one market-rate manager's unit.

Aerial view of the Lake House looking northwestArchitecture Design Collaborative

“We are excited to contribute 62 permanent supportive housing units to the vibrant Westlake neighborhood in downtown Los Angeles,” said Community Development Partners president Kyle Paine un a news release. “This project aims to serve those most in need, demonstrating our dedication to tackling displacement and homelessness. Lake House is more than just a building — it's a collaborative initiative involving government agencies, nonprofits, and the community, highlighting the significance of united efforts in combating homelessness and promoting inclusive urban development.”

The new apartments range in size from 355 to 523 square feet, and come furnished with appliances and vinyl flooring. The complex also includes community rooms,a computer room, a courtyard, and a rooftop deck.

Architecture Design Collaborative designed the project, which has a contemporary exterior of stucco and metal.

Other members of the development team include The Center in Hollywood, which will provide case management and supportive services for residents.

437 S. Westlake AvenueGoogle Maps

The project sits one block north of another supportive housing development near Westlake's intersection with Wilshire Boulevard.

Other projects from Community Development Partners, which is based out Newport Beach, include a $52-million affordable housing development which broke ground in late 2022 in Santa Ana.

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