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Meta Housing Breaks Ground on 65-Unit Affordable Multifamily Project in Orange County

WESTMINSTER, CALIF. — Los Angeles-based Meta Housing Corp., in a joint venture partnership with Western Community Housing, has broken ground on Westminster Crossing, an affordable and permanent supportive housing multifamily community located ta 7122 Westminster Blvd. in Westminster.

The $42 million development will provide 65 units with fully equipped kitchens with dishwashers, private bathrooms and a mix of hardwood and carpet flooring. Additionally, the project will include 89 parking spaces, 10 bicycle parking spaces, a community garden, outdoor lounge with barbecue area, synthetic turf play area and a children’s play area. The community spaces will include a homework room, conference rooms, art studio/maker space, gym/fitness/dance room and a community room, as well as management and service-provider offices.

Upon completion in fall 2021, John Stewart Co. will manage the three-story property. The development team includes Meta Housing and Western Community Housing as co-developers and general partners, KPRS Construction Services as general contractor, IMG as construction manager, Y&M Architects as architect and MJS as landscape architect.

Meta Housing partnered with the City of Westminster, Orange County, California Housing Finance Agency, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Capital One Bank, California Community Reinvestment Corp. and Red Stone Equity Partners to finance the project.

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