California Community

Andalucia Heights, los angeles

Andalucia Heights family apartments is an infill development on two sites that brings new, quality housing to a low-income neighborhood in the Westlake district of Los Angeles.

The development includes 75 affordable units with 1-4 bedrooms for families. The structure is built with Type V wood construction with 75 subterranean parking spaces. Amenities include courtyards, children’s play area, energy-efficient appliances and a community clubhouse. The architecture is a contemporary design.

Andalucia is conveniently located near MacArthur Park, Gratts Elementary School, Good Samaritan Hospital, a pharmacy, shopping and MTA bus route.

The project was financed with an allocation of $13,340,000 in 9% Low-Income Housing Tax Credits in 2008, along with funding from Los Angeles Housing Dept., County of Los Angeles’ City of Industry, State of California Prop. 1C Infill Infrastructure Grant, and AHP.

Occupancy began in 2010.

100% affordable
8 units – 30% AMI
15 units – 40% AMI
30 units – 50% AMI
21 units – 60% AMI
1 unit – Manager

Year Built

2010

Type

Family

No. Units

75

Total Cost

$24,742,000

Developer

AMCAL Multi-Housing

Contractor

AMCAL General Contractors

Architect

Van Tilburg, Banvard and Soderbergh

Financing

Equity

$10,138,000
Hudson Housing Capital

Construction

$9,238,000
Chase

Permanent

$2,680,000
California Community Reinvestment Corp.

Agency

$4,327,000
Infill Infrastructure Grant
$5,355,000
City of Los Angeles Housing Dept.
$2,000,000
County of Los Angeles
$600,000
Affordable Housing Program

Non-Profit