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Construction goes vertical for nine-story affordable housing complex at 1657 N. Western Avenue
200 senior units next to Hollywood/Western Station
February 7, 2024 by Steven Sharp
Affordable housing complex approved for construction at 1657 N Western Avenue in Hollywood
A nine-story building across the street from Hollywood/Western Station
March 8, 2023 by Steven Sharp
L.A. County Superivors approve $8M for six supportive housing projects
Located in El Monte, Los Angeles, Walnut Park, and Altadena
December 7, 2022 by Steven Sharp
200-unit affordable housing development planned at Hollywood and Western
Across the street from the B Line
August 2, 2022 by Steven Sharp
Modular supportive housing unwrapped in Watts
25 apartments on Compton Avenue
May 11, 2022 by Steven Sharp
First modular units arrive at Watts Works supportive housing development
Completion is expected in September
May 10, 2021 by Steven Sharp
Site prep in progress for modular supportive housing in Watts
A four-story, 25-unit apartment building
March 2, 2021 by Steven Sharp
Seven L.A. Affordable Housing Projects Take a Step Forward
Funding for six developments and a long-term ground lease for another
September 4, 2020 by Steven Sharp
County Supervisors Approve $42M for Supportive Housing Projects
Five developments totaling 335 residential units.
March 11, 2020 by Steven Sharp
City Planning Commission Approves Two Affordable Developments in South L.A.
A combined total of 89 apartments.
January 9, 2020 by Steven Sharp
Container-Based Supportive Housing Proposed in Watts
The latest homeless housing development planned with unconventional materials.
October 29, 2019 by Steven Sharp
Four-Story, 25-Unit Supportive Housing Complex Planned in Watts
It would replace a vacant single-family home.
October 15, 2019 by Steven Sharp
County-Owned Property Near Crenshaw Line Could Become Affordable Housing
County-owned property in Inglewood could become 150 units of subsidized affordable housing.
November 9, 2017 by Steven Sharp
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