Meta Housing, R.D. Olson Break Ground on Lamp Lodge Affordable Housing Project in Downtown Los Angeles


Slated for completion in first-quarter 2021, Lamp Lodge in downtown Los Angeles will offer 82 affordable housing units.

LOS ANGELES — Meta Housing, as developer, and R.D. Olson Construction, as general contractor, have broken ground on Lamp Lodge, a 49,000-square-foot affordable housing community in downtown Los Angeles.

Located at 660 Stanford Ave., the seven-story building will offer 74 studio units, seven one-bedroom apartments and one two-bedroom unit. All units will feature a refrigerator, dishwasher and range, as well as energy-efficient windows. Community amenities will include an on-site laundry room, community center and open residential courtyard.

KFA Architecture and JAG Interiors are serving as architects for the project, which is slated for completion in first-quarter 2021. JP Morgan Bank and the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles are funding the development, which is situated on the site of a former four-story apartment community.

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