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Mariposa Lily property

Mariposa Lily

Mariposa Lily is new construction of a forty-one unit intergenerational affordable housing community for low- and very low-income families and seniors in the Koreatown/Pico-Union neighborhood of the City of Los Angeles. Mariposa Lily will be a mix of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom rental apartments, with half of the units designated as permanent supportive housing (PSH) for formerly homeless community members. One unit will be reserved for an on-site property manager.

Common-area amenities will include a rooftop patio, a community room with kitchenette, a computer area, a laundry room, a bike storage room, two social services offices, and one property management office. Each unit will include universal design principles to be fully accessible for people with and without mobility impairments, which facilitates aging in place.

Scheduled to complete: Early 2023

Miramar Gold property

Miramar Gold

Miramar Gold is new construction of 94 affordable rental apartments in the Westlake North neighborhood of the City of Los Angeles. 47 one-bedroom units will be reserved for formerly homeless individuals and families, and 46 units will house low-income households and families making up to 50% of the area median income.

The building will offer a variety of amenities including a community room with a kitchenette, a fitness room, a computer room/ library, a laundry room, and an office for the fulltime onsite building manager. Four offices will be provided for fulltime onsite service providers and case managers. The project will include a shared outdoor open space both on the ground level and on the roof.

Scheduled to complete: Summer 2024

Project description

Project details

Abbe Land
WHCHC consistently builds beautiful projects which most people never guess are affordable housing. They provide a myriad of supportive services specifically designed to meet the needs of their residents. WHCHC’s compassion and expertise keeps their residents housed and thriving.

Abbe Land, former West Hollywood City Councilmember