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Proposition HHH

Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson co-authored proposition HHH during his first 15 months of office to address the homeless crisis in Los Angeles. Proposition HHH allows the City to build tens of thousands of units of supportive housing over the next decade. City Council District Eight has nine HHH funded projects which amounts to 512 units for seniors, families, veterans and individuals transitioning out of or experiencing homelessness. All of these developments will be paired with services to address the needs of chronically homeless people. The services are designed to build independent living and tenancy skills, provide mental health services and treatment and employment services.


City Council District 8 Proposition HHH Projects

NameĀ 

Address

Population Served

Units
1

88th & Vermont

8730 S. Vermont

Homeless Families & Individuals, Non-Homeless Individuals, Chronically Homeless 62
2

The Pointe on Vermont

7600 S. Vermont

Homeless Individuals, Non-Homeless Individuals, Chronically Homeless 50
3

Depot at Hyde Park

6527 S. Crenshaw Blvd

Homeless Individuals, Non-Homeless Individuals, Chronically Homeless 43
4

Southside Seniors

1655 W. Manchester Ave.

Supportive Housing for Seniors 50
5

ISLA

283 W. Imperial Highway

Homeless Individuals, Non-Homeless Individuals, Chronically Homeless 62
6

Navigation Center

729 W Manchester Ave.

One-stop center servicing all people experiencing homelessness
7

Asante Apartments

11001 S. Broadway

Supportive Housing for Seniors 55
8

Normandie 84

8401 S Normandie

Homeless Individuals, Non-Homeless Individuals, Chronically Homeless 42
9

4719 Normandie

4719 S Normandie Ave

Homeless Individuals, Non-Homeless Individuals, Chronically Homeless 48
10

Ambrosia

823 W Manchester Ave

Homeless Individuals, Non-Homeless Individuals, Chronically Homeless 100