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Our Priorities in Southern California

  • Expand the supply of green, affordable housing and advance equitable transit-oriented development in Los Angeles
     
  • Promote policies that support the preservation and development of affordable housing for low-income families, including Mayor Villaragiosa’s Housing That Works plan
     
  • Provide technical expertise and funding to nonprofit housing organizations to help them stabilize and build capacity
     
  • Advance innovative practices in green building and design through Enterprise Green Communities grants for charette sessions which bring to plan solutions to design problems, and retrofit pilot programs
     
  • Increase housing and services for our most vulnerable populations including the chronically homeless, veterans, seniors and transition-aged youth (young, at-risk people ages 16-22 who are in transition from state custody or foster care)

Our Impact in Southern California

  • Invested more than $1 billion in Southern California
     
  • Developed more than 19,000 apartments in low-income neighborhoods
     
  • Created more than 500 affordable homeownership opportunities
     
  • Helped to secure new public and private funding for affordable housing in Los Angeles including the $90 million New Generation Fund and $140 million in Neighborhood Stabilization funds from the federal government.
Resources


Dora Leong Gallo, CEO of A Community of Friends, joins Enterprise and partners at the Willis Apartments Grand Opening. 
  • Transit-Oriented District University - Innovative curriculum helps community-based groups engage residents in community revitalization and transit planning, translating complex terms and concepts into everyday language.