Triangle Square à Hollywood : 104 appartements pour des gays avec de faibles revenus
The $21.5M, 104-unit building, located on the corner of Selma and Ivar Avenues in Hollywood, is designed to house individuals of mixed incomes under an affordable housing model. The unit mix consists of 96 one- and 8 two-bedroom units targeted to low income seniors. 34% of the units will be designated for seniors with HIV/AIDS, homeless or at risk of homelessness. The housing surrounds an open courtyard with a pool, and each floor contains a lounge area and common laundry facility. Unit features include wall-to-wall carpeting, European style kitchen cabinets, a refrigerator, range and hood, garbage disposal, window treatments and pre-wired telephone & cable.
Financing for the $21,500,000 development was provided by the City of Los Angeles, Redevelopment Agency, Housing Department and the Housing Authority, the California Housing Finance Agency, the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, the California Department of Housing & Community Development, and SunAmerica.
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