all-age housing I COmmunity Development

Fairview Heights
A 101-unit affordable and supportive housing community in Inglewood.


923 E. Redondo Blvd.
Inglewood, CA 90302

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Fairview Heights in Inglewood is a transit-oriented affordable and supportive housing community that expands access to public transit along the Crenshaw/LAX Metro line.
Built by Linc Housing and National CORE in partnership with Los Angeles County, Metro, and the City of Inglewood, this 101 rental home community features 6,300 square feet of new retail space, creating jobs and services that benefit the surrounding neighborhood.

Residents have access to services provided by Linc Housing that focus on economic mobility, health and well-being, community engagement, and helping them achieve housing stability and personal goals. The property also features an innovative, multidimensional four-story mural celebrating community and the cultural heritage of Inglewood.

Property Details


product mix

50 one-bedrooms
26 two-bedrooms
25 three-bedrooms
56 units at 30% AMI
10 units at 50% AMI
34 units at 80% AMI
1 manager's apartment
Fifty (50) apartments are reserved for direct referrals from the Los Angeles County Coordinated Entry System (CES) and Department of Health Services for those meeting homeless requirements.

Community FEATURES

  • Community room
  • Community kitchen
  • Computer lab
  • Outdoor courtyards
  • Community garden
  • Barbecues
  • Tot lot and playground
  • Bicycle storage
  • Private counseling rooms
  • Public art
  • Transit plaza
  • Wide range of social and supportive services
  • Convenient access to public transportation
  • Flexible commercial space
  • Offices for local nonprofit, One For All
  • Inglewood Police Department community drop-in center


Certified LEED Gold in 2022

To promote healthy living and help residents reduce utility expenses, construction was done with energy efficiency, water conservation, and sustainable building features central to design.

Development Team

Linc Housing


National CORE


kfa Architecture


National Core


National CORE

Property Manager

Linc Housing

Services Provider


Conventional Loan: Bank of America
Los Angeles County:
County General Fund
Mental Health Housing Program Fund
Second District Proposition A Local Return Fund
Measure H Fund
9% LIHTC - TCAC - Bank of America