Jordan Downs Phase 1A

Jordan Downs Phase 1A

Living at Jordan Downs Phase 1A

Jordan Downs Phase 1A is anticipated to complete construction in the fall of 2018.

Consisting of one, two, three, four, and five bedroom apartments, 72 units will be reserved for existing Jordan Downs public housing residents and 42 will be available generally to qualifying low-income households.

Applications for the property are not currently available, however, should you wish to sign up for the property mailing list please submit the form below and we will email you an electronic flier once the project nears completion.

If you would rather add your name to the mailing list via US Mail, you can send a postcard with your name, address and phone number to: Jordan Downs Phase 1A, PO Box 240, San Francisco, CA 94104

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Jordan Downs Phase 1A consists of 115 units of affordable housing as the first phase of the Jordan Downs master planned redevelopment.

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Jordan Downs Phase 1A will consist of 115 affordable rental apartments in 12 buildings on 3.15 acres. Designed to a LEED Silver certification level, Phase 1A will maximize solar opportunities, energy efficiency and environmental sustainability, and will have an on-site management office along with community spaces such as a kitchen, lounge and computer room.

This is the first phase of new residential construction for the revitalization of Jordan Downs, a 1950s-era public housing development in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles. In 2008, the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA), in conjunction with residents and a broad spectrum of stakeholders, initiated a plan to rebuild Jordan Downs into a mixed-use, mixed-income community: a vibrant urban village that will serve as a national model for the renewal of public housing.

The long-term, public-private effort will rebuild 700 units of distressed public housing and create, at a minimum, another 710 new homes with a range of affordability, along with a new community and recreation center, approximately 165,000 square feet of retail, nine acres of green space, and neighborhood programs and services to improve the lives of current and future generations.

 

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