Bellwether Housing has built a development that achieves both size and depth to provide needed affordable housing in Seattle. At 133 units, Arbora Court is the nonprofit’s largest construction project to date. The development also digs deep to serve many of the city’s most vulnerable households, including 40 families transitioning out of homelessness.
From the street to the mayor’s office: Assessing L.A.’s new initiative on homelessness – Los Angeles Times
When Los Angeles city and county agencies introduced an initiative last year to move homeless individuals into housing, they drew upon the cooperation of politicians and other public officials, outreach workers, property managers, business owners and police officers.
A fire alarm pierced the quiet of a Friday afternoon. The sound startled Big Mama, but she wasn’t worried. There had been false alarms in the building before, and she had no reason to believe this was any different.
On a Friday afternoon in mid-September, Big Mama and Top Shelf stood in wonder and disbelief in the courtyard of the apartment building. They had finally arrived.
Summer was a season to dread, and during the first heat wave in early July last year, the residents of the encampment on Broadway Place had no place to hide.
First in a series: Big Mama and her neighbors live in a homeless encampment in Los Angeles. Through a special housing initiative they’ll soon have the opportunity to move into apartments.
Santa Ana Arts Collective to host workshops to teach artists how to apply for affordable housing – Daily Pilot
Meta Housing Corp. is nearly done transforming a five-story building on 17th and Main streets into the Santa Ana Arts Collective, and workshops on how artists can apply to rent units there are taking place this and next month.
A developer has proposed 56 new apartments to be built on a vacant lot in Sylmar at 12663-12667 N. San Fernando Road. According to Urbanize.LA, the property's zoning would allow for a development up to three stories in height.
A joint venture between Meta Housing Corp. and Western Community Housing has broken ground on Main Street Plaza Apartments, a 65-unit community in Roseville, Calif. The $32.8 million project designed by Mogavero Architects will provide affordable housing for low-income families earning between 30 percent and 60 percent of area median income, veterans and individuals with [...]
Meta Housing Breaks Ground on 65-Unit Affordable Mixed-Use Community with Social Services Programs in Roseville, CA – Blau Journal
Meta Housing Corporation, a Los Angeles-based developer, in a joint venture partnership with Western Community Housing, Inc., a Southern California-based non-profit public benefit corporation, has announced the development of Main Street Plaza Apartments, consisting of a 44-unit mixed-use affordable housing complex with 3,000 square feet of community-integrated commercial space, a 21-unit affordable housing complex and [...]