All-Age Housing I COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Springhaven
An upcoming 100-unit affordable and supportive housing community in Willowbrook.

CONTACT

Construction expected to be completed by late 2020.

Applications expected to be available Summer 2020.

The latest on lease up status is also available by phone at 866-506-9743.

About

Working together, Linc Housing and the County of Los Angeles have developed an extensive project that combines affordable housing and safe accessible pathways for pedestrians and bicyclists in order to connect people to the key destinations in their community. Residents who are coming from homelessness will receive Intensive Case Management Services.
Springhaven is part of Linc Housing's initiative to integrate affordable housing with health resources and other services for stronger neighborhoods. The Drew Child Development Corporation will serve as our onsite partner to provide quality childcare for the community. Partnerships with the Los Angeles County of Department Health Services and The People Concern allow us to serve 50 formerly homeless households with supportive housing at Springhaven. Additional units will serve families earning up to 60% of area median income.

The property is within a quarter-mile of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital, Augustus Hawkins Mental Health Center, several public schools, and the Willowbrook/Rosa Parks Metro Station. Healthy building features and multi-faceted services will support resident health and wellbeing.

Resident services will include an after-school program, adult education, and community engagement activities.

Property Details

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Community Features

Community space and kitchen
Computer lab
Community garden
Access to public transportation, shopping, and services
Onsite child development center


PRODUCT MIX

50 one-bedrooms
24 two-bedrooms
26 three-bedrooms

50 units at 30% AMI
49 units at 60% AMI
1 manager unit

Sustainability

Linc will seek LEED Gold certification at this site.

Development Team

Linc Housing

Developer

D33 Design and Planning

Architect

Walton Construction, Inc.

Contractor

MUFG Union Bank, N.A.

Construction Lender

Raymond James Tax Credit Funds, Inc.

Investor

PERMANENT SOURCES

Conventional Loan: Union Bank
County of Los Angeles - General Funds
County of Los Angeles - Homeless Bonus
Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Loan and Grant
Affordable Housing Program (AHP) - Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco
California HCD Infrastructure Infill Grant
4% LIHTC - TCAC - Raymond James Tax Credit Funds, Inc.
Additional predevelopment support was provided by The California Endowment.