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See Our Work in Southern California

These are some of our successful projects with partners in Southern California.

High Place West

Developed by Community Corporation of Santa Monica, High Place West provides affordable, green homes for 47 families. JPMorgan Capital Corporation is the equity investor of $8.3 million in Low Income Housing Tax Credit syndicated by Enterprise.
  • HIgh Place West features 32 two-bedroom and 15 three-bedroom apartments for families earning 35 percent to 60 percent of the area median income.
  • Green features include solar panels to power the common areas, LED lighting, drought-tolerant landscaping and low-flow plumbing fixtures
  • The apartments are located near mass transit and are only one-half mile from the future Expo Light Rail station to be completed in 2016.

Connections Housing

Co-developed by Affirmed Housing Group and Path Ventures, Connections Housing is a service and residential community designed to help homeless people living on the streets in downtown San Diego move into permanent housing. UnitedHealthcare and Enterprise Community Investment provided $15.1 million in Low Income Housing Tax Credit equity toward the project.

Connections Housing features:
  • Permanent, supportive housing for 73 individual or families
  • Single-room occupancy apartments for 16 residents with special needs
  • Interim housing beds for 134 individuals
  • An 8,000-square-foot community health clinic

Menlo Family Apartments

Developed by Koreatown Youth & Community Center and Little Tokyo Service Center, the Menlo Family Apartments provide affordable homes in the Koreatown neighborhood of Los Angeles. Located on a once blighted, crime-ridden vacant lot, the building is Enterprise Green Communities certified.
  • Sixty apartments that include one-, two- and three-bedroom homes.
  • At least 30 percent of the apartments are for residents with special needs: homeless families, homeless families with children with mental illnesses and homeless transition-aged youth.
  • Support services at Menlo Family Apartments include afterschool programs, life skills training and mental health counseling and treatment.
High Place West
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Connections Housing
Originally opened in 1928, the building has served as the San Diego Athletic Club, headquarters for a publishing company and as the city’s World Trade Center before undergoing historic rehabilitation to re-open as Connections Housing in 2013.
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Menlo Family Apartments
Providing affordable homes in the Koreatown neighborhood in Los Angeles.
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