Projects in the Pipeline
- WORKS Receives Developer of the Year Award!
In the fall of 2016, the Southern California Association of Non Profit Housing (SCANPH) honored W.O.R.K.S. with its prestigious Homes Within Reach Developer of the…
- Teague Terrace Enriched Services Coordinator Dorothy Edwards Featured Online
The remarkable story of Dorothy Edwards, Enriched Services Coordinator at WORKS’ Teague Terrace community, is featured in the online Washington Philanthropy blog written by Bill…
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88th & Vermont
(8730-8738 S. Vermont Ave., 8742-8752 S. Vermont Ave., 8707-8727 S. Menlo Ave.)
Just south of the intersection of Vermont and Manchester Blvds.
South Los Angeles, CA
A Partnership with Community Build, Inc.
Project Status: Pre-development
Expected Completion: 2019/2020
Number of Units: 62 units (incl 2 managers’ units)
- Homeless Transitional Aged Youth (18 – 25 years) (20%)
- Homeless Households including Veterans with Special Needs (57%)
- Very very low-income families and individuals (23%)
Located in South Los Angeles just south of the intersection of two major commercial corridors, 88th and Vermont will serve a mixed population of very very low-income households (earning less than 30% of Area Median Income) along with transitional-aged homeless youth and homeless households including veterans with special needs. The property will create 62 new apartment units in two newly constructed buildings divided by an alley in between as well as a 9,000 square foot two-story Youth Source and Family Center in one of the buildings along with a half-court basketball court with controlled community entry. In addition, the residential portions of the property will feature common courtyards, community spaces, laundry rooms, offices, a covered ‘patio’ area for small children, and a computer room. Outdoor areas will feature edible landscaping, communal gardens and fruit trees, enhanced by nutrition education and lifeskills classes for residents. The Youth Source and Family Center will be operated by Community Build.