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HACLA Celebrates Grand Opening of West LA VA Campus Buildings 205 & 208
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05/02/2023
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On May 2, 2023, the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) joined with local, state and federal officials, along with construction and development partners, to celebrate the grand opening of two new buildings at the VA's West Los Angeles Campus. Located on Bonsall Avenue on the West LA VA Campus, Buildings 205 & 208 will provide a combined 120 permanent, private residential units for unhoused and at-risk veterans. Attendees included HACLA President & CEO Doug Guthrie, Mayor Karen Bass, Councilwoman Traci Park, Congressman Ted Lieu, Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin, VA Secretary Denis McDonough, and Executives from Step Up, FFA Housing & Shangri-La Construction, LLC. HACLA's estimated project contribution will be $56.8 million in HAP over the 20-year contract. Overall, HACLA has committed 174 HUD-VASH PBVs to three buildings on the West LA VA Campus (205, 208, and 209).

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