Hope Supportive Housing
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
X Engineering has been selected as the civil engineer to provide design services for entitlements and final engineering for three supportive housing projects in Los Angeles. Each site is less than one-acre and requires demolition of existing structures to make way for the proposed housing. Shipping container-style units and community amenities will create a modern look and established feel for each program. The projects are being led by private developers and are funded through the county of Los Angeles.
HOPE ON AVALON:
Hope on Avalon is a 0.78-acre urban infill project that proposes two buildings: a five-story, 78-unit supportive housing structure and a two-story, 20-unit transitional housing building. Amenities for the project include podium courtyards, community rooms and a laundry facility. The existing project site is complicated by a cell tower located within property lines, proposed utility crossing over a 51” metropolitan water line, and overhead electrical lines.
HOPE ON BROADWAY:
A four-story affordable housing project is planned for this 0.27-acre parcel previously serving as a mortuary. The project proposes 49 units and amenities including a dog run, laundry room, courtyard, roof deck and recreation room. A dual dry well system was proposed to mitigate challenging drainage conditions. Dry well overflow is designed to “pond” within the storm drain system and overflow into the street.
HOPE ON HYDE PARK:
X Engineering is assisting the developer repurpose an existing church site into a five-story mixed-use building. The project proposes 98 supportive housing units and 2,500 SF of office space. Amenities for Hyde Park include a dog run, laundry room, recreation room and courtyards. X Engineering has become highly involved in coordination and planning with other project team consultants to ensure the client’s aggressive schedule is met.