Category Archives: Multi-Family Housing
On May 25th, the City of Pasadena held their 2017 Historic Preservation Awards. City Ventures’ Ambassador Gardens was recognized, alongside eight other recipients, at the prestigious ceremony. After welcoming comments by Mayor Terry Tornek and Councilman Andy Wilson noting the City’s dedication to preservation, Leon White, Principal Planner, and Kevin Johnson, Senior Planner, presented the […]
As a part of our expansion to the greater LA area, WHA was given the opportunity to be a part of an RFP process with LINC Housing Corporation for the development of a mixed-use, affordable housing project located at 1900 Long Beach Boulevard. With hard work and effort by the entire development team, we put […]
Site constraints often drive innovation, and in the case of City Ventures’ Montebello Collection, the challenges created a new concept, the Urban Atrium. Although a more affordable option, The Montebello Collection does not sacrifice size in order to accommodate cost.
Construction at The 301 is moving along quite nicely this month. The contractor engaged WHA to assist in creating plans for a wall mock-up. These are often used on larger projects where there are multiple unique window, door and wall details.
In this week’s blog, we take a deeper look at one of our Gold Nugget award of merit winners, The Downtown Collection in the heart of Bellflower by City Ventures. These 3-story townhomes offer buyers stylish, vibrant and contemporary architecture on an irregular infill parcel. Residents will be close to work, retail, dining and entertainment.
On Tuesday, April 5th, the Veterans Village affordable housing development in Glendale, California hosted an open house. It was an opportunity, for new residents, the community and all of the entities involved in making this project a reality, to see the cooperative spirit that was envisioned during the initial design process. The project consists of […]
On January 26th, AMCAL Multi-Housing held the grand opening of their latest affordable housing community, Oceana Apartments, in Huntington Beach, their 100th completed project. Several public officials in attendance complimented the development as a model for future projects.