All-age housing I New Construction

Mosaic Gardens
at Pomona
A 46-unit affordable and supportive housing community in Pomona.


1680 S. Garey Avenue
Pomona, CA 91766

Phone: 909.397.0013
Directions | Email | Website


Monday - Friday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm


Mosaic Gardens at Pomona is an example of Linc's work to create supportive housing opportunities for formerly homeless households in Los Angeles County. The property is located in an area which has been recognized by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority and CSH as disproportionately under-resourced.
In 2013, the City of Pomona conducted a count of the homeless population living in the city. They found roughly 630 homeless individuals living in the city, 65% of whom were originally Pomona residents. During the survey, these individuals were asked what they needed to move from temporary or inadequate shelter to housing. The answers varied between food, clothing, medical care and job training with the top answer being affordable housing.

Mosaic Gardens at Pomona is a 46-apartment affordable housing community with 23 units reserved for formerly homeless individuals and households. Other low-income families qualify to live there if they earn up to 60% of the area median income. Amenities include a community space where resident services programs and other events take place. Mosaic Gardens at Pomona provides a stable and supportive place that encourages growth and self-sufficiency by providing permanent homes and vibrant programs in the community spaces at the property.
An onsite Linc Housing resident services coordinator facilitates programs for all 46 households, including educational workshops, after-school tutoring, exercise, financial literacy, computer classes, and social events.
The new complex has a number of sustainability features including 35 kW of solar photovoltaic to offset common and resident use, high-efficiency mechanical systems, and a foam roof for added insulation. The building also has high-performance windows and building envelope, and both the HVAC and water heating systems are very high efficiency. Other environmental features include low-flow plumbing fixtures, LED lighting, drought tolerant landscape, on-site recapture of rainwater, permeable paving surfaces, and healthy building materials throughout. Mosaic Gardens at Pomona has received LEED for Homes Platinum certification from the the U.S. Green Building Council.

Property Details



  • Pomona, CA - population of approximately 150,000
  • Creates apartment homes for low-income families and formerly homeless individuals/families
  • 23 units are reserved for direct referrals from the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services' Coordinated Entry System (CES), for those meeting homeless requirements.


  • New construction of 46 apartments
  • Community room with computers and meeting rooms
  • Outdoor community space with BBQs and playground


Energy Star appliances
Carpeted bedrooms
Central air conditioning
Paid Utilities -
Refuse, Sewer, Water, Water Heating
Garbage Disposal


Community Room
Counseling Room
Laundry Facilities
Computers with Internet Access
Large Community Courtyard
BBQ Area
Tot Lot
Security Gated Access
Convenient to Shopping
Close to Schools and Hospitals
Public Transportation Convenient


Linc is committed to sustainable building and providing our residents with healthy, energy efficient homes. With the support of our dedicated team of funders, architects, and contractors, Mosaic Gardens at Pomona achieved a LEED for Homes Platinum rating. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is an internationally recognized green building certification program, providing third-party verification that a building or community incorporates strategies aimed at reducing waste, increasing energy and water efficiency, and thoughtfully locating the project therefore reducing carbon emissions, attentively utilizing our natural resources, and improving indoor environmental quality.

Mosaic Gardens at Pomona includes the following LEED features:
  • Drought tolerant plants and high efficiency irrigation system
  • Very high efficiency water fixtures and fittings, and low flow toilets, showers and faucets
  • Energy efficient LED light fixtures
  • EnergySTAR refrigerators, dishwashers, and washing machines
  • Solar PV renewable energy system
  • Construction waste reduction
  • Community is within walking distance to bus stops, parks and schools
  • Courtyard areas with tot lot, barbecues, and benches providing access to open space


15 one-bedrooms
16 two-bedrooms
15 three-bedrooms
23 units at 30% AMI
14 units at 50% AMI
8 units at 60% AMI
1 manager's unit

Development Team

Linc Housing


D33 Design and planning


Walton Construction inc.


Castle & Gray International

Construction Management

California Housing Partnership Corporation

Financial Consultant

The John Stewart company

Property Management
Predevelopment support was provided by The California Endowment and JPMorgan Chase Foundation.


Conventional Loan: Citi Community Capital
County of Los Angeles - General Funds
County of Los Angeles - Homeless Bonus
Subordinate Debt: City Community Capital
Affordable Housing Program (AHP) - Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco
GP Contribution
9% LIHTC - TCAC - Raymond James Tax Credit Funds, Inc.


award for Social Equity

U.S. Green Building Council L.A. Chapter 2018 Sustainable Innovation Awards

Southern California Edison's Energy Efficiency Award

Building Industry Association Baldy View

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