Built in 1942, Rose Hill Courts is one of Los Angeles’ oldest public housing complexes. And led by a team that includes the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA), the developer Related California, and the general contractor R.D. Olson Construction, the first phase of Rose Hill Courts’ redevelopment and expansion is underway to construct two Type V-A four-story wood-frame buildings with 51 and 38 units, respectively, and ground-level surface parking spaces.
An Aging Public Housing Complex in L.A. is Being Redeveloped
The city of Los Angeles has received two $5 million grants to reduce litter and beautify neighborhoods in South Los Angeles.
On Thursday, May 19, 2022, HACLA joined Mayor Garcetti and Venice Community Housing to celebrate the grand opening and ribbon cutting for the Rose Apartments in Venice. This HHH-funded permanent supportive housing complex contains 35 units and also offers on-site supportive services.
Councilmember Cedillo joins HACLA and PATH to Distribute Welcome Home Kits at Alvarado Lakeview Apartments
On Thursday, May 19th, Councilmember Gil Cedillo of the 1st Council District joined HACLA, PATH and student volunteers from Corpus Christi School to create and distribute "Welcome Home Kits" at Alvarado Lakeview Apartments. The new Project Homekey site is located at 740 S.