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Center for the Pacific Asian Family Transitional Shelter

Confidential Location

Completed 2000


With a renovation and expansion completed in April 2002, Center for the Pacific Asian Family’s (CPAF) Transitional Shelter is a 24-bed supportive transitional housing facility for homeless survivors of domestic violence. On-site amenities include a childcare room, a library with computers for resident use, a counseling room, a counseling office, and a community room.


Unit Mix


5 units (1 one-bedroom unit, 3 two-bedroom units, 1 one-bedroom manager’s unit)


Affordability


No income restriction. All beds in the facility are reserved for homeless survivors of domestic violence.


Development Team


Lead Developer LTSC CDC
Community Partner Center for the Pacific Asian Family Transitional Shelter
Equity Partner N/A
Architect Eve Reynolds, Architect
Contractor Rafu Construction


Project Financing


Predevelopment/Acquisition

    • N/A

Construction/Permanent

    • City of Los Angeles Housing Department
    • Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority