Los Angeles, California
This $29.3-million project, located near the Expo/La Brea Station, is a joint venture between the Cesar Chavez Foundation and New Directions for Veterans. The architectural design incorporates many Spanish Colonial Revival aspects, similar to other neighboring 1920’s multi-family buildings. The 3- and 4-story wood framed structure provides 63 total units with 32 apartments for homeless veterans, 4 units for homeless senior veterans, and 27 units for seniors. On-site amenities include a community garden, computer room, fitness center, and social services for residents. There is also a 53-car parking garage on site.
2019 SCANPH – HOMES WITHIN REACH AWARDS | Best Senior Housing Development