New Construction

Bronson Court
Carson Terrace
Rosewood Gardens
Seven Maples
Seventh & Coronado
Tides

Acquisition Rehabilitation

Ashwood
Avenida Terrace
Casa Rampart I and II
Coralwood Court
Genesee Court
Hojas de Plata
Noble Pines
Parkview on the Park
Simone Hotel
Villas del Castillo
White Oak

Historic Preservation

Asbury
Bryson
West Hollywood Fire House No. 7

Community Centers

Bill Cruz Early Education Center
GLAD
HOLA

Seventh and Coronado – Family Community

2614 W. 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90057
68 Family Apartments

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Pursuing LEED Silver Certification

Seventh and Coronado is a 68-unit, transit-oriented, community of affordable housing with social service space for large families.

Located along a major bus route with a stop in front of the building, the 100% affordable development offers 40 two-bedroom units, 24 three-bedroom units, and 4 four-bedroom units; underground parking, a spacious community room & learning center, laundry, central landscaped courtyards, balconies and patios.

Sustainable Design Green Elements
Seventh & Coronado, an infill development in the heart of the densely populated MacArthur Park area, combines smart growth and green building strategies. The design incorporated sustainable and environmentally conscious elements to pursue a Silver rating under LEED for Homes. Energy efficiency in design, material, and systems specification is an important consideration for healthy living. Each unit is designed to have 95% maximum day lighting (from two exposures) and flow-through ventilation. Some elements of Green Sustainable Design include:

  • Photovoltaic solar energy system
  • Energy Star appliances and energy efficient light fixtures
  • Water-conserving low-flow fixtures, showerheads, and toilets
  • Drought tolerant plants and water efficient irrigation.
  • Close proximity to public transit, parks, community health services, retail and employment
  • Use of non-toxic materials
  • Improved indoor air quality and Natural Ventilation
  • 100% smoke free

Seventh and Coronado is financed by a 99-year ground lease from the Community Foundation Land Trust, Low Income Housing Tax Credits (TCAC), CRA/LA, AHP, a Proposition 1C HCD Infill Infrastructure Grant and equity syndicated by Hudson Housing Capital. The construction lender is Bank of America.

Architect: Hatch-Colasuonno Studio
General Contractor: Westport Construction/ICON Builders

Scheduled Completion: December 2011