The six-story building, which replaced a City-owned parking lot, contains a total of 48 studio and one-bedroom apartments above 68 parking spaces for residents and adjacent businesses.
KFA Architecture designed the apartment complex, which includes a third-story courtyard surrounding by a community room, an exercise room, and supportive services offices. Additional open spaces include a rooftop deck and small terraces.
According to the Mercy Housing website, the property will serve both low-income seniors and homeless senior veterans.
The project's application period is open through June 26, with an anticipated opening date scheduled for July.
- 8862 W. Pico Boulevard (Urbanize LA)