Opened July 2013 in North Hills, CA. In partnership with A Community of Friends and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, 148 studio apartments were developed on V.A. land for formerly homeless and disabled veterans. New Directions Sepulveda I & II became the first buildings to use tax credits for “veteran-only” housing. (Includes 50 PB-VASH units)
Opened March 2014 in El Monte, CA. In partnership with Mercy Housing California, El Monte Veterans Village provides 40 studio apartments for formerly homeless and disabled veterans. (Includes 40 PB-VASH units)
Opened September 2014 in Boyle Heights, CA. In partnership with East LA Community Corporation, Guy Gabaldon Apartments provides 32 one-bedroom apartments for formerly homeless senior veterans age 55 and older. (Includes 32 PB-VASH units)
Opened March 2016 in Glendale, CA. In partnership with Thomas Safran & Associates, Veteran Village of Glendale is a 43-unit community developed with a veterans and their families. Some of the units are designated for formerly homeless veterans.
Opened December 2016 in Burbank, CA. In partnership with Burbank Housing Corporation, Burbank Bungalows is an 11 one-bedroom apartments developed for homeless veterans.
Opened January 2019 in El Monte, CA. Palo Verde Apartments is a 49-unit affordable housing development with 23 units reserved for low-income households and 25 units reserved for homeless and chronically homeless veterans. The 25 units for homeless and chronically homeless veterans includes 9 units with a project based section 8 rental subsidy for veterans that are not eligible for VA healthcare, and 16 units with a project based VASH (PBV VASH) rental subsidy for veterans that are eligible for VA healthcare.