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Affordable Housing Project Breaks Ground in Long Beach


Clifford Beers Housing has broken ground on Vistas del Puerto Apartments, a 47-unit affordable housing project located at 1850 Locust Ave in Long Beach that was designed by KFA Architecture. The units will be available for households earning between 30% and 50% of the area median income. Half of the homes will be reserved for households with chronic health conditions who have experienced homelessness, and half are for large families.

Since its founding in 2005, CBH has been creating innovative public supportive housing for the most vulnerable populations in Los Angeles. Their goal is to break the cycle of homelessness by partnering with social service providers that help reintegrate Angelenos who have experienced homelessness. By coupling innovative design that encourages community with support from case managers, CBH has built a successful housing model that is being replicated throughout Southern California.

The apartment complex will feature large community spaces, on-site parking, secured pedestrian entry, management and support services, bike storage, a bike lounge, edible garden planters, a community room complete with a kitchen, heating and air conditioning. Apartments reserved for DHS clients will be fully furnished.

The site is close walking distance to a grocery store, pharmacy, schools, public library, and medical clinic. A key design feature of the project is its stepped massing at the front to fit comfortably into the residential neighborhood, which is steps away from a Metro Blue Line station and Long Beach Transit bus stops. The site is also in close proximity to Mental Health Americaís Homeless Healthcare Center. A grand staircase connects one of the projectís two courtyards to the street.

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