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Permanent Supportive Housing

 
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Permanent Supportive Housing

Our pipeline includes more than 300 permanent supportive housing units throughout California and Portland

 
Housing and Health
Housing and Health
We are committed to developing communities that balance housing and health

We've completed more than 100 permanent supportive housing units for those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Housing and Health
Housing and Health
We design our developments with the spaces and places for our residents to flourish

We have partnered with numerous social services providers across our portfolio and pointedly select the appropriate social services provider to ensure that our residents have plenty of opportunities to flourish.

Featured Offerings

Lillian Court & Bloomington Grove

A public-private partnership with Related California and the County of San Bernardino, the 5-acre Bloomington Grove & Lillian Court includes the new Bloomington Public Library, 190 affordable housing units for seniors (Lillian Court) and families (Bloomington Grove) and 11 supportive housing units for direct referrals of special needs tenants from the County of San Bernardino Department of Behavioral Health.

Parkside Family Apartments

​​​Parkside Family Apartments, located in the city of Pomona, is a 62-unit affordable and supportive housing apartment community with 21 units that have been reserved for individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and have a diagnosed severe mental illness.

Cedar Commons

Located in the Outer Southeast Portland area within the Powellhurst-Gilbert District on 1.07 acres, Cedar Commons is a 60-unit affordable and supportive housing community for low-income individuals. Forty apartments have been designated as Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) for individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Ten of the PSH units have been reserved for individuals experiencing mental illness.

Acts Cyrene Apartments

Acts Cyrene Apartments brings renewed vitality and almost $30 million in redevelopment funds to International Boulevard in East Oakland. This 59-unit affordable, mixed-use family apartment community has an onsite community center complete with computer room, tot lot, and a social services office that provides job readiness training. Fourteen units are designated Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) for those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

La Kretz Villas

​​​Designed by Killefer Flammang Architects, La Kretz Villas transformed a vacant lot in Los Angeles into a vibrant new supportive housing community with modern efficiency apartments, community space and social service offices. The units and common areas were designed to foster community amongst residents and provide independent living with supportive services.