EAH Housing Unveils Plans for South LA Affordable Community
Nonprofit housing developer EAH Housing, in partnership with low-income service provider St. Joseph Center, has announced plans to build a new mixed-use supportive housing community at 4507 Main Street in South Los Angeles.
“The California Housing Partnership estimates that LA County needs an additional 568,000 affordable housing units to meed the demand of its lowest-income renters,” said EAH Housing CEO Laura Hall. “To help bridge this gap, 4507 Main Street will create quality housing opportunities for those experiencing homelessness or financial strain.”
Designed by GGA Architects, the four-story project will consist of 61 units, 31 of which are designated for unhoused and chronically homeless individuals and 30 for low-income persons. The community will also include over 700 square feet of commercial space and six parking spaces. EAH Housing will provide property management services and St. Joseph Center will offer extensive supportive and intensive case management services.
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