Stories are rising at 1230 West Ingraham Street, in Westlake. The development is by SRO Housing. It will be almost entirely low-income housing, set aside for the chronic homeless, veterans, formally homeless, and individuals at the 60% or below AMI level. The project has been titled “Ingraham Apartments.”
A residential project is under construction at 923 South Kenmore Avenue in Koreatown, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of an affordable housing project which replaced three duplexes. Domus Development is the project developer. FSY Architects is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
Construction has topped out at 3200 West Temple, in Filipinotown. The project has been titled “HiFi Collective,” by developers Link Housing. The site was previously the headquarters for Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA), who will occupy 6,100 square feet of the commercial ground floor, once the project finishes.
A new residential project has been proposed at 230 North Soto Street in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the construction of an affordable housing building and the demolition of a duplex built in the 1920s. Los Angeles-based real estate development firm Eleos is the project developer.
846 South Mariposa Avenue is finishing up, in Koreatown. The project is a collaboration between FEI Enterprises and Fedida Properties. It will bring denser housing, as well as a few low-income housing units to the rapidly growing area.