In a 14-0 vote, the Los Angeles City Council has approved the release of up to $11.25 million in tax-exempt bonds for the construction of a new affordable and permanent supportive housing project in North Hollywood.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Holly Mitchell and City Councilman Joe Buscaino said Friday that a permanent supportive housing complex in Watts that will be constructed with about five dozen decommissioned shipping containers will provide shelter for two dozen formerly homeless people.
Demolition is in progress clearing the way for much needed low-income and supportive housing.
Decro Corporation and their partner Daylight Community Development Corporation, and The People Concern are poised to receive $2.6 million in funding for Watts Works, a proposed permanent supportive housing development in Watts.
Plans call for apartments, a grocery store, and a health clinic.
The Los Angeles City Planning Commission approved a new affordable development with 24 apartments for very-low income residents.
Decro Group wants to build a 97-unit mixed-use development that will now include 70,000 square feet of medical and commercial space instead of the originally proposed 30,000 square feet.
The Los Angeles City Planning Commission voted to approve a proposed affordable housing development in Westlake, rejecting an appeal submitted by the resident of a neighboring home.
On June 12, the LA City Council and Mayor Eric Garcetti approved the issuance of $21.7 million in tax-exempt bonds to finance the construction of Firmin Court, 63 units of affordable housing in the Westlake area of Los Angeles.
The 2019 greater Los Angeles homeless count shows the number of people living on the streets, in vehicles and in shelters increased by about 12% over last year. The annual count puts the number of homeless people just shy of 59,000 countywide. Within the city of Los Angles, the number soared to more than 36,000, […]