Triangle Square LGBT Senior’s Affordable Housing

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Triangle Square LGBT Senior’s Affordable Housing

WELCOME TO TRIANGLE SQUARE APARTMENTS

Close, convenient, and comfortable. Triangle Square Apartments is the nation’s first affordable lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) housing development of private, individual apartment homes.  On-site services provided by the, Los Angeles LGBT Center.  Address the health, social, and recreational needs of LGBT seniors. Which makes Triangle Square Apartments one of the most popular and exciting senior LGBT-friendly housing communities for all elders 62 and over.

Our controlled access, energy efficient one- and two-bedroom homes offer European style cabinets and “Energy Star” appliances. Including: refrigerator, range, hood and garbage disposal.  Apartments also feature wall-to-w

all carpeting, mini blinds and pre-wired telephone cable. Laundry facilities are located on every floor of the building. The apartments are centered around an open air courtyard where you can gather with friends around a sparkling pool, or you can meet new friends in the Robert W. Schutrum Community Room, which is open to all residents. The community room is also the site of over 70 monthly social, educational and enrichment programs and services, including a reduced cost lunch program for residents and their guests Monday through Friday.

Triangle Square Apartments are located in the historic core of Hollywood at the corner of Selma and Ivar.  Some of the nation’s most popular attractions, restaurants and retail shops are just steps away.  The apartments offer convenient access to public transportation, making it easy to get to West Hollywood, Downtown L.A. and the historic Silver Lake neighborhood.  Triangle Square, It’s Not Just An Apartment…It’s Your Home.

 BUILDING TRIANGLE SQUARE

The $21.5M, 104-unit building, located on the corner of Selma and Ivar Avenues in Hollywood, is designed to house individuals of mixed incomes under an affordable housing model. The unit mix consists of 96 one- and 8 two-bedroom units targeted to low income seniors. 34% of the units will be designated for seniors with HIV/AIDS, homeless or at risk of homelessness. The housing

surrounds an open courtyard with a pool, and each floor contains a lounge area and common laundry facility. Unit features include wall-to-wall carpeting, European style kitchen cabinets, a

refrigerator, range and hood, garbage disposal, window treatments and pre-wired telephone & cable.

Financing for the $21,500,000 development was provided by the City of Los Angeles, Redevelopment Agency, Housing Department and the Housing Authority, the California Housing Finance Agency, the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, the California Department of Housing & Community Development, and SunAmerica.

 

 

  
 
By |2018-07-16T20:41:01+00:00August 30th, 2016|Blog, Resources|

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