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DC's newest apartment building aims to help people experiencing homelessness (DC Housing Authority)


From WUSA 9 Washington, DC:

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser was joined by District leaders and community members to celebrate the opening of The Ethel, an apartment building in Hill East that aims to help people experiencing homelessness. 

The permanent supportive housing, which is located adjacent to the RFK Campus, has 100 units ready for residents that will offer on-site services to help them sette into their new community. 

Development of 100 Apartments for Seniors with Low Income Breaks Ground in San Ysidro (San Diego Housing Commission)


From the San Diego Housing Commission's press release:

An empty dirt lot in San Ysidro is getting a new purpose as an affordable housing community with rental apartments for 100 seniors with low income, including 25 for seniors who have experienced homelessness, a transformation made possible through collaboration with the San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC).

San Diego Housing Commission breaks ground on affordable apartments for veterans


From ABC 10 News San Diego:

The San Diego Housing Commission says it broke ground Thursday on 42 affordable apartments that veterans experiencing homelessness can take advantage of.

The press release says the development, located on 47th Street in the Chollas View neighborhood, is expected to be finished in the spring of 2024. The site is east of I-805 and within walking distance of Metropolitan Transit System bus routes and the 47th Street trolley station.

Linc Housing Celebrates Completion of 64 New Supportive Homes With Wrap-Around Services in Watts for People Experiencing Homelessness


From Linc Housing's press release:

Linc Housing joined Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, County of Los Angeles officials, new residents, and many other partners to celebrate the grand opening of Cadence, an all-new, 64-unit apartment community in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles for families and individuals who have experienced homelessness.


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