Case Studies of Comparable Properties
28th Street Apartments | Los Angeles, CA
48 units of studio-style affordable housing and 1 studio-style manager unit.
Provides youth transitioning out of the foster care system and special needs adults with an affordable place to live.
The project includes supportive social services for tenants and approximately 8,000 square feet of ground floor space for other neighborhood services.
Nicollet Square | Minneapolis, MN
42 studio apartments with supportive services designed for youth ages 16-21 who have experienced homelessness or are exiting the foster care system.
Butter Bakery Café in street level corner retail space offers internship opportunities.
The Courtyard | Fort Wayne, IN
A place for individuals leaving foster care to discover their dreams and have a fresh start toward creating a home of their own and successfully completing educational and vocational goals without facing the challenge of high rent, utilities and other housing barriers.
A total of 36 one and two bedroom units, with preference for youth 18-25 aging out of foster care or at risk of becoming homeless.
Uptown Lofts on 5th | Pittsburgh, PA
24 apartments for youths aging out of foster care in Pittsburgh. Residents receive one-on-one case management and are provided support to finish or extend their education, secure jobs, and develop important life skills.
“To be able to create these beautiful new apartments for them to learn how to live independently, build life plans, and feel secure that they have a home they can count on, it doesn’t get any better than that,” says Linda Metropulos, ACTION-Housing’s director of housing and neighborhood development.