President & CEO Robin Hughes featured on KPCC’s AirTalk with Larry Mantle discussing Proposition 1: Veterans and Affordable Housing Act
On September 28, 2018, joined by some 800 friends and colleagues, Abode Communities was honored by the Southern California Association for Nonprofit Housing (SCANPH) as its 2018 Developer of the Year.
Abode Communities and Mercy Housing California, together with the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA), celebrated the grand opening of Camino del Mar and Vista del Mar, 176 service-enhanced affordable family homes in the Wilmington neighborhood of Los Angeles.
We are pleased to announce that Edward Lam, Project Manager with Abode Communities | Architecture, has passed the Architect Registration Examination (ARE) earning his California Architecture License.
Abode Communities is proud to announce its partnership with The SEED Foundation and ExED to develop SEED Los Angeles (SEED LA), a 4.2-acre vocational and 100% college-preparatory public boarding school for resilient youth in South Los Angeles.
President & CEO Robin Hughes joined Urban Land Institute (ULI) in St. Croix as a panelist comprised of economic and affordable housing leaders to help develop a strategic economic development vision and housing plan for the town of Christiansted in the Caribbean island of St. Croix.
The summer season kicked-off in full bloom at Selma Community Housing where fifteen residents and youth volunteers helped build an edible rooftop garden.
bode Communities is a proud to be an early supporter of Prop 1: Veterans and Affordable Housing Act, which dedicates $1 billion to helping veterans, struggling families with children, and people with disabilities have stable, affordable supportive housing via a $4 billion bond.
Abode Communities submitted entitlements to transform 36 existing apartments into Grandview Apartments, 100 new affordable homes in the MacArthur Park neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Abode Communities has once again ranked among the Top 50 Affordable Housing Developers in the nation by Affordable Housing Finance magazine.
Abode Communities is thrilled to announce it has been selected to receive $1.6 million from the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Capital Magnet Fund (CMF).
Abode Communities has successfully completed the repositioning and rehabilitation of seven properties with 266 affordable family homes for the benefit of some 800 low-income residents.