New Construction

Bronson Court
Carson Terrace
Rosewood Gardens
Seven Maples
Seventh & Coronado

Acquisition Rehabilitation

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

West Hollywood Fire House No. 7

Community Centers

Bill Cruz Early Education Center

Seventh and Coronado – Family Community

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


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