The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) joined META Housing Corporation, Western Community Housing, along with Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, Herb Wesson and other partners in a groundbreaking celebration of Vermont Corridor Apartments located in Koreatown.
The ace/121 Gallery in Glendale is featuring an exhibit titled “There’s No End to Her,” which runs through next week. “The works exhibited present a feminized version of both the Earth and our relationship to it, in stark contrast to the violent and oppressive vision of a colonialist planet,” according to gallery representatives in a [...]
Nonprofit developers Meta Housing Corp. and Western Community Housing have proposed an affordable housing development in Sun Valley, according to Urbanize.LA.
Non-profit developers Meta Housing Corp. and Western Community Housing are teaming up on a new affordable development in Sun Valley.
Grey James has Mondays and Tuesdays off from his part-time job at a wine warehouse a few blocks away, but this is where his real work begins. An artist living in Glendale, Grey paints on large pieces of canvas, so having space to create is a necessity.
For the first time, the ACE/121 Art Gallery, Abril Books, Roslin Art Gallery, Gaucho’s Village and the Gay and Lesbian Armenian Society have organized a series of LGBTQ-themed events, including art shows and a speaker series.
Artists are being priced out of the neighborhood they built—but the city can help. With the city’s housing crisis intensifying, the Arts District is in danger of losing many of the artists who transformed the neighborhood into the destination it is today.
Univision (Channel 34) covers the Whittier & Downey SE groundbreaking ceremony.
Shintara Ordonez and her two children moved to the new Zinnia apartments about two months ago, and she said the change has helped her to feel more peaceful while having more money to spend on her son and daughter.
Meta Housing Corp. is approaching the finish line at a two-building affordable housing complex in the Harbor Gateway. The project, which rises from a long-vacant lot at the crossing of El Segundo Boulevard and the Harbor Freeway, features a pair of four-story buildings that will offer 160 units for low-income families and the formerly homeless.