Abode Communities’ Selma Community Housing featured in the Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department’s Phases & Faces of Affordable Housing Exhibition.
Robin Hughes joined a panel of housing advocates for the Homelessness Forum, an event hosted by the League of Women Voters Los Angeles.
Abode Communities’ appoints Fernando Villa as Board Chair and welcomes Wendy Greuel and Brian Hansen as new members.
Abode Communities hosted Parthenia Beautification & Joy (PB&J) Day, a day of service to revitalize the organization’s aging development, Parthenia Court.
Chief Operating Officer Holly Benson discusses domestic spending cuts with U.S. News & World Report.
Abode Communities urges its friends, colleagues and partners to vote No on Measure S, a dangerous measure that directly threatens the immediate and long-term future of affordable housing development in the City of Los Angeles.
Abode Communities and development partner T.R.U.S.T. South LA celebrate progress on the long awaited Slauson & Wall, a 7-acre mixed-use affordable housing development in South Los Angeles.
Robin’s Hughes has been honored on Affordable Housing Finance’s list of Women Who Are Making a Difference in the affordable housing industry.
Abode Communities announces the redevelopment of Rolland Curtis Gardens is moving forward making way for 140 affordable family homes, a 6,500 sf Federally Qualified Health Center and 1,500 sf of community-serving retail in South Los Angeles.
Bank of America has announced Abode Communities as the recipient of its Neighborhood Builder award for the nonprofit’s effective combination of affordable housing with onsite self-sufficiency services.
Abode Communities, in partnership with T.R.U.S.T. South LA, announce progress on the long awaited Slauson & Wall, a 7-acre mixed-use affordable housing development in South Los Angeles.
President & CEO Robin Hughes joins local leaders at press conference to discuss the controversial ballot Measure S.
Robin Hughes Offers Remarks at “No on Measure S” Press Conference in South LA.
President & CEO Robin Hughes said, “Organizations like Abode Communities will be forced to scrap plans for hundreds of affordable housing units,” in the Curbed LA article discussing the potential outcome if the proposed Ballot Measure S passes.
Robin Hughes featured on NBC News discussing the damaging effects of L.A. Ballot Measure S.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti joined a historically diverse coalition of residents, community leaders, affordable housing and social justice advocates, labor, business and environmental organizations to announce his opposition to Measure S, a damaging housing ban that would result in higher rents and loss of jobs.
Selma Community Housing has been certified with a Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED®) Platinum rating from U.S. Green Building Council making it Abode Communities’ sixth affordable multifamily development to achieve this distinction.