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Los Angeles, CA

    Project Overview

    At the corner of Vermont and Manchester avenues, a lot that has been left vacant and blighted since the 1992 Los Angeles Civil Uprising, construction has started on Evermont.

    The new mixed-use development will deliver 180 affordable homes for seniors and families, retail stores, a transit plaza, and a Metro training facility. Co-developers BRIDGE Housing, the Coalition for Responsible Community Development (CRCD), and Primestor Development came together to address the needs of a historically marginalized and under-resourced neighborhood, where 78% of residents earn low to moderate incomes.

    This will be a seven-story structure with double height anchor commercial space at ground level. The project also includes one story of underground parking. There will be two single story commercial buildings designed to augment the anchor location. A five-story parking structure will serve both commercial and residential tenants. The plaza area will serve to interconnect all facilities on the site.

    Sustainability is a core objective of this project. The project is required to comply with all California Green Building Code (CalGreen) requirements that have been adopted by Los Angeles County. The Commercial Core & Shell of Buildings 1, 2 and 3 are required to meet a level of LEED Certified and all Residential components of Building 1 must be LEED Gold.

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      Sectors Affordable Housing
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      Owner BRIDGE Housing; Primestor Development; Coalition for Responsible Community Development
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      Architect TCA Architects; Walker Consultants
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      Square Feet 430,000