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HACLA Celebrates 6th Street Place Grand Opening
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On Wednesday, May 1, 2024, the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) joined Mercy Housing California to celebrate the grand opening of 6th Street Place. Located at 401 E. 6th Street in Los Angeles' 14th Council District, there are 93 Project Based Voucher Units and one Manager unit. Developed by Mercy Housing California designed by TCA Architects and Relm and built by Suffolk Construction, 6th St Place is specifically designed to accommodate homeless individuals. The designs feature modular constructions sustainably built with cost-effective strategies that support the local community.  On-site programming and support services for residents are provided by The People Concern, including case management, physical and mental healthcare, legal services, employment training, and peer support. HACLA's estimated project contribute is $56.8 million in HAP over the 20-year contract. 

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