Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles
By The numbers
Public Housing Units 7193
Total Units 57655
11.18.21 Members Making News
Public housing authorities know that providing stable housing is only the first step in helping families thrive. A comprehensive approach that combines health, education, and housing programs has shown to dramatically improve life outcomes for low-income families. Public housing authorities...
11.2.21 Members Making News
Dodgers Foundation makes dream come true with new baseball field (Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles)
From Spectrum News 1: Grabbing their gloves and walking out onto the baseball field still takes some getting used to for 17-year-old Melissa Perez and 12-year-old Katherine Rios "because we never had anything like this and it’s all new to us," Perez said. The field they walked out onto at the...
10.5.21 Members Making News
Weingart Center Breaks Ground for 278 Affordable Apartments for Homeless Individuals in the Skid Row District of Los Angeles
From the Weingart Center's press release: Construction of a 278-unit, 19-story permanent supportive housing high-rise was celebrated at a ceremony today at 555 S. Crocker Street in the Skid Row district of downtown Los Angeles. Replacing a surface parking lot on .41 acres near Sixth and San Pedro...
9.7.21 Members Making News
HACLA & Build Hope Inc. partner with LAPD Community Safety Partnership to award over $130,000 to graduating seniors and continuing students
From the Los Angeles Sentinel: The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) hosted the 9th Annual Build Hope Inc. (formerly known as Kids Progress Inc.) Scholarship Celebration. Although COVID19 restrictions have begun to lift, the organizations decided to host this year’s event...
5.11.21 Members Making News
The power to break new ground: Reviving Jordan Downs helps fulfill longstanding promises (Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles)
From Bank of America: In the 1940s, the Jordan Downs housing development was built in an underserved section of Los Angeles, CA. Recently, the Michaels Organization and BRIDGE Housing have stepped in to revitalize Jordan Downs, with financing from Bank of America. With 1,400 units of affordable...
4.30.21 Members Making News, Awards/Grants
CLPHA congratulates our members who were awarded HUD's Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Mobility Demonstration grants! CLPHA members awardees include: Chester Housing Authority, Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority, Housing Authority of Pittsburgh, Minneapolis Public Housing Authority, New York...
4.7.21 Members Making News
City of LA looks into buying enough buildings to preserve 10,000 units of affordable housing (Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles)
From the Los Angeles Daily News: The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to have the city take steps to expand its program of purchasing affordable housing buildings to prevent rent increases and keep low-income individuals and families housed throughout the city. The motion passed with 14 yes...
2.10.21 Members Making News
Report on Watts Mixed-Income Housing Project Shows 70% Of Hires Were Local (Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles)
From MyNewsLA.com: BRIDGE Housing announced Thursday its revitalization initiative at the Jordan Downs public housing development in Watts created more than 100 jobs in the first phase of construction, and 70% of the hires were local. The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles selected...
2.10.21 Members Making News
First look at plans for phase III of the Jordan Downs redevelopment (Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles)
From Urbanize Los Angeles: In 2017, Los Angeles city officials joined with The Michaels Organization and Bridge Housing Corporation to launch the redevelopment of the Jordan Downs public housing complex in Watts. In the five years that have followed, blocks of...
12.16.20 Members Making News
Homeless families who took shelter in vacant El Sereno homes can now legally live in them (Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles)
From ABC 7 News: El Sereno community leaders and Caltrans have partnered with the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles to help a group of homeless activists in the area. The group known as Reclaiming Our Homes started illegally occupying the Caltrans-owned homes in March. Now,...
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