Casa Yondé, located in Koreatown, is a new construction project consisting of 52 family units. The project replaces 26 obsolete aging housing units with 52 units of affordable new construction units, doubling the site’s contribution to the city’s housing stock and adding to the city’s affordable stock. Of the 52 proposed units, 18 will be set aside for supportive housing for homeless households. The community and social services space on the ground floor will be used by the service partner to provide off- and on-site clinical mental health services for these youth, adult educational programs, case management and one-on-one counseling for all residents. In addition to services, the project will also provide approximately 1,500 square feet of multipurpose community space and 4,000 square feet of open and landscaped courtyard.
52 units (4 studios, 24 one-bedroom units, 7 two-bedroom units, 16 three-bedroom units, 1 two-bedroom manager’s unit)
Low-income households (30% - 50% AMI); 18 reserved for homeless residents and the remaining 33 for low-income residents.
Predevelopment / Acquisition
Construction / Permanent