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Highridge Costa Development
Supportive housing on the rise at 2106 S Central Avenue
On the border between Central-Alameda and Historic South-Central
March 23, 2023 by Steven Sharp
Supportive housing replaces auto repair shop at 55th & Main
Plans call for 57 apartments with services
July 11, 2022 by Steven Sharp
City Council approves $47M for supportive housing in Koreatown and South L.A
The money wil go toward the construction of 158 apartments
December 6, 2021 by Steven Sharp
L.A. City Council advances funding for supportive housing at 21st & Central
The project would rise from a currently empty lot
November 4, 2021 by Steven Sharp
Facade revealed at 57-unit supportive housing development near Expo Park
Located at 4050 S Figueroa Street
March 15, 2021 by Steven Sharp
Four Affordable Housing Projects Poised for $68M in Funding
178 apartments in Sun Valley, Pico-Union, and South L.A.
May 11, 2020 by Steven Sharp
Veterans Supportive Housing Planned at 21st & Central
The project site is currently a vacant lot.
April 21, 2020 by Steven Sharp
Supportive Housing Reaches Its Fifth Floor Near Exposition Park
Apartments with ground-floor retail.
February 14, 2020 by Steven Sharp
Affordable Housing Planned for Two Properties on Main Street
Plans call for approximately 120 residential units.
January 17, 2020 by Steven Sharp
Five-Story Supportive Housing Development Rises Near Exposition Park
The $32-million development is located on Figueroa Street.
October 25, 2019 by Steven Sharp
$32-Million RISE Apartments Break Ground Near Exposition Park
The 56-unit development will cater to low-income Angelenos.
December 21, 2018 by Steven Sharp
Here are the Measure HHH Projects Scheduled for Construction in 2018
Eight projects comprise 589 affordable housing units.
December 22, 2017 by Steven Sharp
Permanent Supportive Housing Moves Forward on Figueroa
Proposed development would offer 56 units for homeless veterans.
December 12, 2017 by Steven Sharp
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