PATH METRO VILLAS PHASE 1

Project Description

PATH VENTURES | LOS ANGELES, CA

 

The project consists of the new construction of a 6 story residential affordable housing complex with 65 units, and commercial space.

  • Podium level parking structure
  • Community room, lobby and administrative offices
  • Funded with low income housing tax credit (LIHTC)
  • Prevailing Wage and Section 3 requirements
  • Designed to achieve LEED certification

CAMINO DEL MAR AND VISTA DEL MAR (NEW DANA STRAND)

Project Description

CAMINO DEL MAR AND VISTA DEL MAR (NEW DANA STRAND) | LOS ANGELES, CA

 

The projects consist of the new-construction of two multi-family developments that will provide 176 units of multi-family affordable housing with at grade parking & common areas at 8 different lots. The common area services will include offices, community room, community laundry facilities as well as outdoor hardscaped and landscaped courtyards.

  • Low income, multi-family housing project
  • Prevailing Wage and Section 3 requirements
  • Funded with low income housing tax credit (LIHTC)
  • Designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification

Santa Cecilia Apartments

Project Description

SANTA CECILIA APARTMENTS | LOS ANGELES, CA

 

The project consists of the new construction of a 4 story multifamily building partially over subterranean garage, 3,551 square feet of ground floor commercial; and 3 story multifamily townhouses over subterranean garage.

  • Low income, multi-family housing project
  • Prevailing Wage and Section 3 requirements
  • Subterranean garage
  • Project next door to Metropolitan Transportation Authority
  • Community room, lobby/administrate offices, outdoor space with barbeques, and on-site bicycle parking
  • Funded with low income housing tax credit (LIHTC)
  • Designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification

Cabrillo Anchor Place and Social Hall

Project Description

CABRILLO ANCHOR PLACE AND SOCIAL HALL | LoNG BEACH, CA

 

The project consists of the new construction of a 5 story building with 120 units, and community space including the social hall.

  • Affordable housing for Veterans
  • Prevailing Wage and Section 3 requirements
  • 23,000 SF Recreation Center/Fitness and Social Hall
  • Funded with low income housing tax credit (LIHTC)
  • Designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification

Mosaic Gardens at Westlake

Project Description

MOSAIC GARDENS AT WESTLAKE | Los Angeles, CA

 

The project consists of the new-construction of a 6-story multi-family housing development that will provide a total of 125 one, two, and three-bedroom units. Sixty-three units are reserved for formerly homeless, while 62 units will house low-income families and seniors.

  • Low income, multi-family housing project
  • Prevailing Wage and Section 3 requirements
  • 15,000 SF Recreation Center/Community Space
  • Subterranean level
  • Funded with low income housing tax credit (LIHTC)
  • Designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification

Beverly Terrace Apartments

Project Description

Beverly terrace APARTMENTS | Los Angeles, CA

 

The project consists of the new construction of a
4 story over parking level affordable housing and childcare center project. The housing project will bring affordable housing to 39 families in the surrounding community.

  • Low income, multi-family housing project
  • Prevailing Wage and Section 3 requirements
  • 19,200 SF New Childcare and Recreation Center
  • Roof decks will be occupied space for residential use
  • Funded with low income housing tax credit (LIHTC)
  • Designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification

Cedar Springs Apartments

Project Description

CEDAR SPRINGS APARTMENTS | Los Angeles, CA

 

New construction of a 36 unit mixed-used development including 36 residential units and a retail building. The project included high performance exterior building envelope meeting Energy Star Homes requirements, including fully blown-in wall insulation, that allowed the high efficiency HVAC systems to be sized to meet the greatly reduced heating and cooling loads of the building.

  • First Affordable Housing project in Southern California that is carbon neutral for operational energy
  • LEED for Homes Platinum certified project
  • Advanced infiltration systems that infiltrate nearly all site storm water, helping to replenish the ground water table
  • New solar thermal system that offsets 50% of the domestic hot water heating load, used in conjunction with heat pump water heaters
  • First building in LA County to install a permitted gray water system to flush toilets and to irrigate (saving 605,000 gallons of potable water per year, equal to 30% of the potable water demand)

PWC Family Housing

Project Description

Little Tokyo Service Center | Los Angeles, CA

The project consisted of the new construction of a 45 unit, 5-story low income apartment complex. The PWC Family housing compliments the Pilipino architectural elements of the area and provides affordable housing to low-income families and transitional aged youth who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness.

  • Low income, multi-family housing project
  • Prevailing Wage and Section 3 requirements
  • Installed a level five methane system
  • Installed SUSMP infiltration storm drain/ planter system
  • Hill side construction with extensive shoring
  • Build-it-Green rated project

Willis Apartments

Project Description

A Community of Friends(ACOF) | Van Nuys, CA

The project consisted of the new construction of a 41 unit, 3-story affordable senior housing building.  Amenities include a large multi-use community room, fitness center, on-site laundry room on each floor, small library, and community garden. Willis Avenue apartments is home to older adults who have been homeless and recovering from mental illness.

  • Affordable senior housing project
  • Prevailing Wage and Section 3 requirements
  • Green screen fencing and landscaping
  • Solar hot water system
  • Installed emergency power generator
  • Subterranean parking structure

Menlo Avenue Apartments

Project Description

Little Tokyo Service Center | Los Angeles, CA

The project consisted of the new construction of a 60 unit, 4-story low income, multi-family apartment complex. The building was designed for low-income families including homeless, transitional aged youth, and families with MHSA-eligible children.

  • Low income, multi-family housing project
  • Prevailing Wage and Section 3 requirements
  • Subterranean parking structure with one level on grade
  • New photovoltaic system