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This development will combine two properties: the first in the 1600 block of Serrano, immediately adjacent to HCHC’s Hollywood Bungalow Courts. The adjoining property, immediately behind the first, faces Hobart Avenue. The finished project will provide 54 homes for large families.
Palo Verde Apartments
The Proposed Project includes the construction of a 49-unit affordable family housing development in El Monte. It will provide 25 units for homeless veterans and their families and 23 units to low-income families.
Paul R. Williams Apartments
This proposed redevelopment will rehabilitate the historic Paul Williams designed Angelus Funeral Home into 41 units of affordable housing. The historic component will include resident amenities as well as 7 affordable units and the new construction will include 34 units. The total area of the project will be 40,000 SF including about 11,400 in the existing building.
Florence Mills Apartments
This development will replace a number of blighted parcels in the Vernon/Central neighborhood of South Los Angeles. The mixed-use project will provide 74 units of affordable housing, 5,000 square feet of commercial space, and will include a commemorative plaza recognizing the area’s rich history.
Stanford Avenue Apartments
The proposed project includes the construction of 85 units of affordable housing in an unincorporated area of Los Angeles County. It will provide 40 units for low-income families and 43 units for people who frequently access the County Healthcare programming and who are leaving emergency and outpatient facilities without permanent housing.
Gramercy Place Apartments
The proposed project will redevelop the surface parking lot at 2375 W. Washington Blvd., with a new mixed-use building of 3-4 stories. The project will include 68 units of housing for adults aged fifty-five years and greater, with 33 apartments reserved for formerly homeless seniors, and 33 apartments for seniors making up to 60% of the area median income (AMI). Some of the senior apartment units may be reserved for artists and built as live/work units and the project will feature approximately 2,700 square feet of ground floor commercial retail space.