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HACLA and Century Affordable Development Join Mayor Eric Garcetti and Councilmember Joe Buscaino to Celebrate Groundbreaking of The Banning
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07/26/2022
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On July 26, 2022, the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) gathered with local city officials at 841 N. Banning Boulevard in Wilmington to celebrate the groundbreaking of The Banning. Located in Los Angeles' 15th District, HACLA was joined by Councilmember Joe Buscaino, along with Mayor Eric Garcetti for this momentous occasion. The Banning will have a total of 64 units in the building, all of which will be dedicated to project based vouchers (with the exception of one manager's unit), and will be dedicated to chronically homeless individuals and families. Supportive services will be provided by Century Housing, LA County Department of Health Services and LA County Department of Mental Health. 

All apartments will be built in one- and two-bedroom layouts, with average sizes of 635 and 941 square feet. The building will include courtyards and plentiful amenity space as well as offices for resident services. 

Funding for The Banning includes both Measure HHH and No Place like Home (NPLH) funding. The Banning is the first PBV project HACLA and Century Affordable Development have partnered on. 

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