A large-scale senior housing project at 2222 East 1st Street in Santa Ana has been completed. The senior housing development features 419 apartments. The housing complex is one of Southern California’s largest affordable housing projects Architects Orange is the mastermind behind designing the project. The project is a joint venture between AMG, The Pacific Companies, and Jamboree Housing.
New multi-family residential buildings are under construction at 840 South Mariposa Street in Koreatown, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the construction of two buildings with residential units and basement parking. Woodland Hills-based venture, CGI Strategies, is the project developer. KFA Architecture is managing the design concepts and construction.
New residential units have been completed at 11401 North Porter Ranch Drive in Porter Ranch, Los Angeles. The buildings are the second phase of “The Vineyards at Porter Ranch” development by Shapell Properties. The first phase was the adjacent Vineyards shopping center, a $150 million retail entertainment center with many local shopping, dining, and amusement choices. The site is made of ten buildings and a community center, spanning a ten-acre site. The community center is two stories high, and the multifamily residential buildings are three stories. There are approximately 266 residences, consisting of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom layouts.
Framing is starting to rise for “Bell Creek Apartments” at 6940 North Owensmouth Avenue, in Canoga Park. The development is by Meta Housing, a firm that specializes in arranging complex financing structures. The site will bring low-income housing to special needs families in the area utilizing financing from Western Community Housing, City of Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department, Los Angeles County Development Authority, California Tax Credit Allocation Committee (CTCAC), and California Debt Limit Allocation Committee (CDLAC).
Conceptual design plans have been revealed for nine apartments at 3520 West Marathon Street in Silver Lake. The proposed development will replace an existing early 20th-century single-family house standing on the site. Los Angeles-based real estate and design firm SuperLA is responsible for the project.