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88th & Vermont
957 W 88th Street and 8740 S Vermont
Los Angeles, CA 90044
Management Office: 323-750-1086
A Partnership with Community Build, Inc.
88th & Vermont is a newly constructed mixed use development located in South Los Angeles. Completed in 2019, the development includes studio, 1, 2, and 3-bedroom units, and 9,000 square feet of commercial space, home of the Community Build Youth and Community Center. Approximately 75% of the residential units are set aside for formerly unhoused individuals and families earning up to 30% of area median income; the remaining units house individuals and families earning up to 40% of area median income. The development includes two community rooms, a computer lab, outdoor courtyard seating and play areas for children, and an outdoor BBQ area. The development was built to meet strict environmental and energy efficiency standards and achieved LEED Platinum certification. WORKS has partnered with Housing Works to provide enriched services to all residents and case management services to the formerly unhoused residents.
88th & Vermont was the first development in Los Angeles County completed utilizing the City’s HHH Residential and HHH Facilities funds.
Award for 88th & Vermont:
- Awarded SCANPH’s 2019 Transformative Communities Award.
T. Bailey Manor
4121 Eagle Rock Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90065-4403
Management Office: 323-257-8864.
Located in the Glassell Park community of Los Angeles, T. Bailey Manor opened in August 2017 as a mixed use development, including 46 newly constructed apartments and 2 commercial spaces in a renovated existing building. The property serves households with special needs, including formerly homeless veterans, other special needs individuals and families and persons with developmental disabilities. The property serves formerly unhoused individuals including veterans and persons with developmental disabilities and other special needs. To support the needs and aspirations of residents, the development features a community room, meeting rooms, a computer room, and a laundry room. Outdoor areas offer an open courtyard with edible landscaping; along the side and rear yards, colorful vines and landscaped areas screen and shade the building while providing a calming and attractive space. Supportive services for these special needs households are provided by Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center (ELARC), Housing WORKS, and Women Organizing Resources Knowledge and Services (W.O.R.K.S.).
4260 Eagle Rock Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90065
Management Office: 323-257-8864
Opened in September 2015, Teague Terrace is the second WORKS development targeted to individuals with special needs. Teague Terraces 56 single and one-bedroom apartments serve persons with development disabilities and formerly unhoused individuals with special needs, including formerly unhoused veterans. Unit rents are affordable to persons earning 25% to 40% of Area Median Income. The property includes a community room, a lounge, a computer lab, and a landscaped courtyard with community gardens and a barbeque. Located in the Eagle Rock area of Los Angeles, the building is convenient both to community shopping and to public transportation. Housing Works partners with WORKS to provide intensive case management for residents.
Award for Teague Terrace:
- Citation Award in recognition of Design Excellence, AIA-SFV, 2010
820 S Burlington
Los Angeles, CA 90057
Management Office: 213-384-7566
Opened in 2011, Young Burlington is the first WORKS development with supportive services for a special needs population of transitional aged 18 to 24 year old youth. The 21 newly constructed one bedroom apartments house young people earning no more than 25% of Area Median Income. The property features a community room, a lounge, a computer lab and a courtyard with community gardens and barbeques. The property is located just west of downtown Los Angeles and is convenient to both community shopping and public transportation. Housing Works provides case management for residents.
WORKS Affordable Housing Properties completed in partnership with Amcal Multi-Housing, Inc.
WORKS partners with Amcal Multi-Housing Inc., to create affordable and supportive housing developments with enriched services that are responsive to community needs.
1600 E. Florence Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90001
Management Office: 323-457-9073; TTY-711
Located in South Los Angeles, Florence Apartments was completed in the spring of 2021. This newly constructed development includes 109 units of affordable and permanent supportive housing for low income households earning up to 60% of area median income, and for special needs formerly unhoused persons earning up to 30% of area median income who have been referred through the County’s Coordinated Entry System (CES). Case management for the special needs households is provided by Lifesteps. Florence Apartments has been designed and built to meet stringent environmental and energy efficiency standards and is striving for LEED Gold certification. The development includes many amenities, including a community room, fitness center and a Workforce Development Center.