30 04, 2014

Meta Housing Corporation Breaks Ground on Affordable Housing Community in Vernon, Calif. – Multi-Housing News

Los Angeles—Los Angeles-based affordable and market rate apartment developer Meta Housing Corporation has announced that it has broken ground on its latest community, Vernon Village Park, in the heavily industrial city of Vernon, Calif., near downtown Los Angeles. The project is the first-ever new private multifamily development in California’s smallest incorporated city, which totaled a [...]

30 04, 2014

First-Ever Private Development Breaks Ground In Vernon – RE Business Online

VERNON, CALIF. – The City of Vernon has broken ground on Vernon Village Park, its first-ever private development. The 45-unit affordable housing project is located at 4675 E. 52nd Drive, just 5 miles south of Downtown Los Angeles. The $12.8-million, garden-style development is scheduled for completion in summer 2015. It is being built to LEED-Silver [...]

29 04, 2014

Meta Housing Corp Starts Work on Affordable Housing Project in Vernon – RenTV

Meta Housing Corporation has just broke ground on Vernon Village Park, a $12.8 mil, garden-style, 45-unit affordable housing development in the LA-area city of Vernon, the first ever private development in this city. To make this project a reality, Meta Housing worked extensively with the City of Vernon, as well as non-profit partner, Community Home [...]

24 04, 2014

Senior Communities Win Resident Buy-In Through the Arts – Senior Housing News

Some senior living providers are generating community buzz—and simultaneously engaging residents—by carving out a niche in the arts. Meta Housing Corporation’s developments include three senior arts colonies along with a focus on arts programming throughout its senior housing portfolio, while a Sunrise Senior Living community recently kicked off its first-ever playwriting residency through a partnership [...]

10 04, 2014

The New Old Folks Home – Chicago Tribune

Gone are the long hospital-like hallways, replaced by open atriums and cozy conversation areas. Cafeteriastyle dining is no longer the norm as on-site chefs create meals served in a variety of venues. Outdoor space is more than a window view and now includes walking paths and courtyards where residents can garden or stroll. Apartments aren’t [...]