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From left: Waterford Property Company’s John Drachman with the Oceanaire complex in Long Beach and Affiliated Development's Nick Rojo with the Bohemian project in Lake Worth Beach (Renderings via Kobi Karp, Oceanaire)

Public housing goes middle class

UPDATED, April 12, 2022, 1:12 p.m.: Public housing has gone middle class. Billed as “workforce housing,” it mimics a private-sector trend in places where home prices and rents have soared beyond the household budgets...

Public housing goes middle class
340-unit affordable complex planned for Glendale

340-unit affordable complex planned for Glendale

LINC Housing and National CORE are teaming up with the city of Glendale to build a 340-unit affordable housing...

340-unit affordable complex planned for Glendale
Renderings of the Little Tokyo Service Center (KoningEizenberg) 

$275M approved for LA affordable housing projects

The Los Angeles City Council approved $275 million in bond funding for eight affordable housing developments across the city....

$275M approved for LA affordable housing projects
Six Peak's Director of Development Derek Sanders and the development site (Six Peak, Google Maps)

Six Peak Capital affiliate plans 110-unit apartment in Westlake

A company tied to Six Peak Capital filed plans for a 110-unit apartment building in Westlake. The eight-story project...

Six Peak Capital affiliate plans 110-unit apartment in Westlake
Affirmed Housing CEO James Silverwood and the development site (Affirmed, Google Maps)

Affordable developer proposes complex in Chatsworth

Affordable developer Affirmed Housing wants to build a 55-unit apartment building in Chatsworth, what would be its first project...

Affordable developer proposes complex in Chatsworth
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