This week, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced $825 million in funding for new affordable and permanent supportive housing developments across the state. The money, which will go toward 58 communities and created a total of 9,550 new homes, comes through a new streamlined application process geared toward accelerating new projects and cutting costs.
In a statement, Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass indicated that $196.2 million of that total is set to go towards 27 projects located within the City and County of Los Angeles. Those include:
West LA VA – MacArthur Field B
Core Affordable Housing, LLC has secured $21.8 million in funding for a new supportive housing for veterans at Macarthur Field B at the massive VA Campus. Plans call for a total of 75 apartments – including 74 units for formerly homeless veterans.