A ribbon cutting ceremony held yesterday marked the grand opening of the PATH Villas Montclair, a new supportive housing complex located at 4220 Montclair Street in Jefferson Park.

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“Every one of the apartments created because Angelenos stepped up to pass HHH--including the 45 supportive units opening today at PATH Villas Montclair--is a new home for an Angeleno who will have access to supportive services, and a safe, stable place to call theirs,” said Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti in remarks at the ceremony. "Because of HHH and collaboration across departments led by Executive Directive 30, the City has increased its annual production of supportive housing by 600 percent, from 300 units a year to over 2,000.”

The project, developed by PATH Ventures, consists of a five-story structure which provides 45 studio apartments to chronically homeless persons, as well as on-site supportive services including case management, life skills training, and substance abuse counseling.

GGA+ designed the contemporary low-rise building, which also includes a community lounge with a kitchen, a roof deck, and a landscaped courtyard.

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Funding for the more than $40 million project was provided by Pacific Western Bank, Raymond James, the City of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA), the Corporation for Supportive Housing, and the California Department of Housing and Community Development.

PATH Ventures is also developing affordable housing in Hollywood and West Carson.

The project site sits just south of Adams Boulevard, where two senior affordable housing projects from Abode Communities are now under construction.

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