The construction of SagePointe permanent supportive housing complex in Wilmington is reportedly taking shape at 11435 N. Eubank Avenue, just north of the Banning Museum.
The project is designed by D33 Design & Planning and developed by Linc Housing, a non-profit developer. It features a total of 55 unhoused senior one bedroom apartments along with a two-bedroom manager’s residence.
Additionally, it features supportive services and a 19-car surface parking lot. Furthermore, SagePointe permanent supportive housing complex in Wilmington will have conference rooms, a communal room, and a laundry area in addition to accommodation.
A patio, seats, tables, and chairs will be located close to the property’s eastern face. They will face Eubank Avenue, on the outside.
Expectations for the SagePointe permanent supportive housing complex in Wilmington
The project has a budget of about $31 million, or about $561,000 per unit. This is according to a staff report published by Los Angeles city staff.
The building’s price was ascribed to the addition of solar technology and the removal of an oil well that had previously been located on the property.
The mid-2023 opening date for SagePointe, which started building in early 2022, is anticipated. The coordinated entry system for Los Angeles County will then be used to identify residents for the new flats.
Building the largest affordable housing complex in Glendale
In Los Angeles County, Linc is actively developing or building a number of projects.
These include a projected 340 unit development that would be the largest affordable housing complex in Glendale.