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Front view of our Aloe Palm Canyon property.

Aloe Palm Canyon

WHCHC’s Aloe Palm Canyon will be new construction of 71 one-bedroom rental apartments located on N. Palm Canyon Drive in the City of Palm Springs. Of the 71 units, twenty-five (25) will be reserved as permanent supportive housing for formerly homeless seniors. The ground floor will feature a variety of common amenities organized around a central outdoor open space. Amenities will include a community room with a demonstration kitchen, a computer room/library, a fitness room, a laundry room, and a manager’s office. Three offices will be included for onsite supportive services for residents. Aloe Palm Canyon will include a shared outdoor open space on the ground level.

Scheduled to break ground: Fall 2023

Scheduled to complete: Fall 2025

910 Wetherly building rendering

910 Wetherly

910 Wetherly Drive will be a 100% affordable apartment community created to provide 89 high-quality rental homes for low- and moderate-income households. The population will include people living with a chronic illness, transition age youth (TAY) and community members making 80% Area Median Income or below, also known as moderate/workforce income. 80% Area Median Income for Los Angeles County = $66,720 for an individual.

The entry level includes a lobby, building manager's office and fitness room. The second through sixth floors are organized around a central courtyard which provides outdoor space, covered exterior circulation and natural ventilation. The landscaped rooftop includes a community room with kitchenette and computer area. It also includes a laundry room, social services offices, community gardens and gathering areas for residents to enjoy. There will be a dog run on the ground level.

Scheduled to break ground: TBD

Scheduled to complete: TBD

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Affordable housing has truly transformed my life. Not only my life, but my entire family and generations to come. It’s given me the stability to focus on work and school.

Carmen, Vermont Manzanita Resident