Venice Community Housing is currently developing four (4) new projects. Three of the projects will be 100% supportive units to serve those who are experiencing homelessness upon move in. One project will be a mix of affordable and supportive units.
Venice Community Housing is planning to redevelop its current administrative offices into Rose Avenue Apartments!
Located at 718-720 Rose Avenue at the intersection of Lincoln Blvd. and Rose Ave., VCH will provide permanent supportive housing for 34 formerly homeless households- 50% for transitional aged youth, 50% for those who have experienced chronic homelessness and one unit for a resident manager.
Rose Apartments will help VCH continue to address the overwhelming need for permanent supportive housing for people who are experiencing homelessness or chronic homelessness, especially for those on the Westside of LA, one of the regions most under-served by permanent supportive housing development. VCH believes that providing housing and supportive services to those who are most vulnerable helps establish and maintain stability and health, reduces costs for ER visits, hospitalizations, and jail stays, and contributes to the overall inclusive and equitable development of the neighborhood.
This project is being designed by architecture firm Brooks + Scarpa.
Reese Davidson Community
Venice Community Housing and Hollywood Community Housing, with Eric Owen Moss Architects, are working to obtain City approvals for 140 new homes on the City-owned parking lot between North and South Venice Blvd, and Pacific and Dell Avenues. This proposed development, named after Venice leaders Arthur Reese and Rick Davidson, will provide both affordable and supportive housing, live-in property management staff, an on-site social services team, open space, micro-enterprise/small scale retail, and the new and exciting Gregory Hines Community Arts Center.
Venice Community Housing is planning to build Lincoln Apartments at 2469-2471 Lincoln Blvd, Venice, CA 90291. The goal sis to create 40 new units of much-needed affordable, supportive housing, including studios, one bedrooms, and two bedrooms. Preliminary plans also include lots of open space and ground floor space to preserve the important community services of Safe Place for Youth at this site.
The 40 supportive housing units will residents experiences homelessness upon move in. 50% of the units for transitional aged youth, 50% for those who have experienced chronic homelessness and one unit for a resident manager.
Click Lincoln Apartments for the PowerPoint presentation provided at the February 6, 2020 VNC Land Use and Planning Committee Meeting.
Marian Place is located at 2217 Marian Place. The project will include renovation of the existing bungalows and the construction of two 2-bedroom Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU’s). The project will consist of single and shared housing for families experiencing homelessness upon move in.