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Vermont and Manchester Transit Priority Joint Development Project
Evermont affordable housing fully-framed at 8500 S. Vermont Avenue
A 40,000SF Target is planned for the ground floor
February 14, 2024 by Steven Sharp
Evermont affordable housing takes shape at 8500 S Vermont Avenue
The housing component of the Vermont Manchester project
July 10, 2023 by Steven Sharp
180-unit affordable housing complex breaks ground at Vermont & Manchester
The site has been empty since the 1992 uprising
May 4, 2022 by Steven Sharp
L.A. County Supes sign off on $72.4M for Vermont-Manchester development
180 apartments will accompany a new SEED LA boarding school
February 8, 2022 by Steven Sharp
L.A. County Supervisors approve $151m for three supportive housing developments
A total of 239 apartments in South Los Angeles and Westwood
August 10, 2021 by Steven Sharp
$76M Awarded for Infrastructure Projects Near L.A County Housing Projects
Money for street improvements and upgrades to sewer and water lines.
July 20, 2020 by Steven Sharp
County Supervisors Approve Nearly $100M for Affordable Housing Developments
Six projects featuring 562 apartments.
January 15, 2020 by Steven Sharp
L.A. County Supervisors Approve $40.8M for Affordable Housing Developments
The money will go to six projects totaling more than 550 residential units.
July 9, 2019 by Steven Sharp
L.A. County Supervisors Advance Affordable and Permanent Supportive Housing Developments
The project are located in unincorporated communities and South L.A.
February 4, 2019 by Steven Sharp
Superior Court Judge Clears the Way for County-Sponsored South L.A. Project
L.A. County wants to condemn a blighted site on Vermont Avenue to facilitate a mixed-use development.
April 27, 2018 by Steven Sharp
Renderings Revealed for Proposed Vermont Manchester Project
L.A. County hopes to bring affordable housing, retail and a boarding school to prominent intersection.
February 8, 2018 by Steven Sharp
L.A. County May Condemn Blighted Vermont Village Development Site
The South L.A. site could instead yield affordable housing and a boarding school.
November 30, 2017 by Steven Sharp
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