Oldest housing projects in Los Angeles

In the last year, the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles has begun an effort to transform Jordan that could cost more than $600 million. The plan is to turn the complex of 700 aging units into a mixed-income community of up to 1,400 apartments and condominiums, with shops and restaurants and fancy touches such as native-plant gardens. The city is hoping to draws in hundreds of more-affluent residents willing to pay market rate to live side by side with the city's poorest.
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( Bethany Mollenkof / Los Angeles Times / March 11, 2010 )

In the last year, the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles has begun an effort to transform Jordan that could cost more than $600 million. The plan is to turn the complex of 700 aging units into a mixed-income community of up to 1,400 apartments and condominiums, with shops and restaurants and fancy touches such as native-plant gardens. The city is hoping to draws in hundreds of more-affluent residents willing to pay market rate to live side by side with the city's poorest.

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