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Weingart Center's New Supportive Housing Development Reaches for the Skies

Following 12 months of digging, vertical construction is about to begin on the non-profit's 19-story residential tower at 6th and San Pedro in downtown Los Angeles. Once completed, the $164 million project will be the largest permanent supportive housing development in Los Angeles's history.

Plans for the tower, situated in a former parking lot next to Weingart Center Headquarters, call for 278 studio and one-bedroom apartments, supportive services on the premises, a cafeteria, admin. offices, and underground parking for 15 vehicles. The building will stand approximately 200-ft in height and according to renderings depicting the finished product, will reflect a modern glass and steel facade.

The design team behind the project consists of AXIS/ GFA and Joseph Wongs Design Associates. Other members include Emmerson Construction, Swinerton Builders, and Project Management Advisors.

The residential tower is expected to be completed in December 2023. Once ready to be inhabited, residents will be found through the Los Angeles Coordinated Entry System.

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