Ashwood Court19119 & 19201 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, CA 91324 72 Family Apartments Ashwood Court was developed by Los Angeles Housing Partnership in conjunction with McCormack Baron Salazar and was completed in August 1997. The Ashwood Court project included the acquisition and rehabilitation of 72 apartments for low income families.
Avenida Terrace245 S. Avenue 54, Los Angeles, CA 90042 8 Family Apartments The Avenida Terrace project included the acquisition and rehabilitation of eight family apartments in the southern area of Highland Park, Los Angeles. The building benefits from its close proximity to the 110 freeway and the Arroyo Seco Park.
Casa Rampart I & II401 and 512 S. Rampart Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90057 Phase I: 45 Apartments Phase II: 24 Apartments The Casa Rampart projects included the acquisition and substantial rehabilitation of two apartment buildings located on Rampart Boulevard in the Westlake/MacArthur Park community of Los Angeles. The project entailed of the rehabilitation of 69 large efficiency and one-bedroom units along with common spaces designed to accommodate resident activities as well as meetings with outside services providers.
Coral Wood Apartments8025 – 8039 Reseda Boulevard, Reseda, CA 91335 106 Family Apartments Coral Wood Apartments was developed by Los Angeles Housing Partnership in conjunction with McCormack Baron Salazar and was completed in June 1997. The Coral Wood Apartments project included the acquisition and rehabilitation of 106 family apartments in Reseda.
Genesee Court1225 N. Genesee Avenue, West Hollywood, CA 90046 10 Family Apartments The Genesee Court project included the acquisition and rehabilitation of ten family apartments in West Hollywood.
Noble Pines Apartments21617 Saticoy Street, Canoga Park, CA 91304 68 Family Apartments Noble Pines was developed by Los Angeles Housing Partnership in conjunction with McCormack Baron Salazar and was completed in October1997. The Noble Pines project included the acquisition and rehabilitation of 68 apartments for low income families.
Parkview on the Park626 S. Alvarado Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90057 80 Senior Apartments Parkview on the Park involves the complete rehabilitation of the circa-1920’s Parkview Hotel in MacArthur Park into a modern, transit-oriented, community of affordable housing for seniors. Positioned to create immediate permanent and construction jobs, this project is funded in part through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act administered by President Barack Obama. Located one block north of the MacArthur Park Metro Red Line station, Parkview was originally designed as 198 Single Room Occupancy (SRO) units (averaging roughly 250 square feet per unit), with a community kitchen and shared bathrooms on each floor. The “gut” rehabilitation will provide 79 fully furnished, modernized, efficiency units each with a full kitchen and full bath, one two-bedroom manager’s unit, and approximately 8,000 square feet of on-site social service and community space. One of the most outstanding features of this project is the orientation of the 4,000 square feet of common area in the building. Every floor will feature common areas strategically located at the front of the building overlooking the historic and expansive MacArthur Park. Building amenities will include a cozy Resident Lounge and Laundry Room on every floor, an Arts and Crafts Room, a Library Room, a Fitness Center, a Cybernet Café, a computer classroom, multipurpose room, as well as landscaped community terraces. In response to an overwhelming need in Los Angeles, through Governor Schwarzenegger’s Homeless Initiative, 50% of the units are set-aside for the homeless senior population in Los Angeles to include military veterans, seniors at-risk of being homeless, and seniors that are formerly homeless. To aid tenants in need of permanent supportive services, the building will facilitate full time, on-site and off-site mental health and homeless case management services. Funding was made possible with the technical assistance of Corporation for Supportive Housing, HACLA, TCAC, a residual receipts loan from the Los Angeles Housing Department Permanent Supportive Housing Program, and construction financing from Wells Fargo. Parkview on the Park will serve as a catalyst to the further renaissance of the Westlake community. Architect: Hatch-Colasuonno Studio. General Contractor: Westport Construction/ICON Builders. Scheduled Completion: December 2011
Simone Hotel was developed by San Julian Partners (Los Angeles Housing Partnership’s previous iteration) in conjunction with the Skid Row Housing Trust in 1992. The Simone Hotel included the acquisition and rehabilitation of a five-story building into 122 supportive housing SRO units. Of the total, 82 units are subsidized under the federal Shelter Plus Care Program. The remaining 40 units serve individuals earning 50% of area median income or below .
White Oak Lassen Apartments was developed by Los Angeles Housing Partnership in conjunction with McCormack Baron Salazar and was completed in August 1997. The project included the acquisition and rehabilitation of 80 apartments for low income families. .
Copyright © 2024 LA Housing Partnership