Angeleno: From deluxe Hollywood homes to housing for downtown’s homeless, architect Michael Maltzan high-designs it all.
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KPCC – Environment & Science: We’ve been hearing this week about the way various people imagine a home that’s environmentally sustainable. On the edge of downtown Los Angeles, KPCC’s Molly Peterson has toured the New Carver apartments and talked to its architect. In the final story of our series, she visits a woman who’s making that building near the I-10 her first real home in a year.
The Trust’s permanent supportive housing model solves homelessness one resident at a time while saving Los Angeles County tax dollars and stimulating the local economy
InStyle Magazine asks: What’s your favorite act of kindness? At the 20th anniversary of the Skid Row Housing Trust.
Angeleno: Skid Row Housing Trust celebrated its 20th anniversary and the grand opening of the New Carver Apartments
CityWatch LA: Los Angeles has been home to the largest homeless population for eons, and appears helpless in resolving the homeless crisis which now affects almost all of the neighborhoods in the city. The non-profit affordable housing developer, Skid Row Housing Trust, is an exception. They have created a program that works. And it works for several reasons.
LA Downtown News: Striking New Carver Apartments Debuts This Week – When the developer of the New Carver Apartments celebrates the building’s grand opening this week, at least one question will not be a point of concern: how to fill the 97 units.
Downtown News LA: Business Organization Partners With United Way on Effort to Get People Off the Streets
LA Times – Home & Garden: The Abbey, which held its grand opening April 16, and other recent projects attempt to move beyond the architecture of survival. They represent the architecture of ambition — the desire to do better, despite the odds.
FHLBank San Francisco: Public-Private Partnership Produced New Building Providing 113 Housing Units for the Homeless