40-Unit South L.A. Permanent Supportive Housing project secures funding

SDS Supportive Housing Fund has announced it will finance a 40-unit modular housing project in South L.A.
40-Unit South L.A. Permanent Supportive Housing project secures funding
Render: Official | Rendering of the new 40-unit permanent supportive housing project in South Los Angeles.
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Los Angeles-based SDS Supportive Housing Fund announced it will fund $7 million of permanent supportive housing in South Los Angeles.

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The 40-unit modular housing project will be constructed at 5215 S. Figueroa Blvd, a site currently owned by the City of Los Angeles. The project is a Public-Private Partnership between the SDS Fund, RMG Housing and the City, with City Council-member Curren Price (District 9) spearheading the project for the City.

“With the SDS Supportive Housing Fund and RMG Housing leading the way, we were able to accomplish an impressive feat – closing on a 40-unit permanent supportive housing development in just over three months,” said Council-member Price in a press release. “As a result, there will be individuals and families moving off the streets of South L.A. into a new home with new beginnings in the foreseeable future. My hope is this accelerated process will serve as the blueprint we need to put an end to the worst humanitarian crisis of our lifetime once and for all.”

The housing project extends past housing to help solve L.A.’s homelessness crisis. Every tenet in the S. Figueroa Blvd building will be entitled to on-site case management services through the Homeless Outreach Program Integrated Health System.

Austin Turner

Austin Turner earned a bachelor's degree in journalism from San Jose State University, where he served as the Executive Editor of The Spear, the student-run sports publication. He also spent time as a writer for the school newspaper, the Spartan Daily, where he focused on politics and long-form journalism. He currently resides in Southern California where he has had stories featured in the OC Register and Press-Enterprise before joining the staff at What Now Media Group.
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