Ground broken for modular transitional housing community in Los Angeles

C.W. Driver Companies has broken ground on a 60,000-sq.-ft. affordable, transitional housing community in Los Angeles.

Hope on Hyde Park is a five-story residential community to be built on a .49-acre site along the Crenshaw Corridor – a low-rise commercial passageway in the Crenshaw neighborhood.

Constructed from locally fabricated modular building units and comprised of 98 steel modular units, the community is designed to be a modern and affordable transitional housing solution for the chronically homeless that provides full wrap around services. Hope on Hyde Park is anticipated for summer 2022 completion.

Hope on Hyde Park will be constructed around a central courtyard, feature outdoor community space, and provide access to the new K Line, an 8.5-mile light rail that connects the Crenshaw district to Leimert Park, the City of Inglewood and the Los Angeles International Airport. The community will include onsite parking for social services staff, bike storage for residents, residential and support services, and ground-floor retail featuring floor-to-ceiling glazing along the amenity spaces.

Hope on Hyde Park will include studio and one-bedroom options ranging from 400 to 480 sq. ft. and are supported by the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services and the nonprofit, Brilliant Corners. Units will feature a modern design, including hardwood flooring, furniture and floor-to-ceiling windows that provide residents with outdoor views and access natural light.


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