Central Business District
Health care facility
LEED Platinum certified
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New Genesis Apartments is a 106-unit, mixed-income, mixed-use housing redevelopment project that includes local retailers, affordable artists’ lofts, and supportive housing services. The project is located between downtown Los Angeles’s burgeoning historic core and the city’s Skid Row neighborhood, a 50-block area that is home to more than 4,600 people who lack permanent stable housing.
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- Development team: Skid Row Housing Trust
- Design team: Killefer Flammang Architects
- Project size: 106 housing units; 2,400 square feet (223 sq m) of ground-floor retail
- Project cost: $36.6 million
- Financing: Construction/permanent loan, publicly backed loans, bonds, Low Income Housing Tax Credit equity
- Mental health features: Substance-abuse recovery center with mental health services, art workshops, communal interior and exterior spaces, natural lighting
- Physical health features: Medical clinic for primary care, bicycle parking and programming, nontoxic building materials, stormwater management features
- Source: ULI Building Healthy Places Initiative: