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Casa Carmen

1800-1810 West 11th Street to 1109 South Burlington
Los Angeles, California 90006



Description. A 3-story, on-grade 25-unit age-restricted project with a 4th level recreational roof terrace is replacing a dilapidated single-family home and two commercial buildings at the corner of 11th Street and Burlington in the Pico-Union Neighborhood near downtown Los Angeles. One commercial building is a contributing element for the Pico-Union Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ) and will be integrated into the fabric of the new building.


The Pico-Union Neighborhood. The Pico-Union Neighborhood is a 1.67 square mile area of Downtown Los Angeles with two historic districts: Bonnie Brae Historic District and Alvarado Terrace Historic District. Click here to read more about the Pico-Union neighborhood.


Services. The residents of Casa Carmen have in-house supportive services provided by People Assisting The Homeless (PATH)


Amenities. Residents will have access to a computer room and a community room which has a kitchenette complete with a stove, sink, and refrigerator.


Council District #1.  Click here to read more about Council District #1.


Estimated Occupancy Date: November 2018


Building Features:
24 one-bedroom apartments for low-income seniors ages 62 and older
1 two-bedroom manager’s apartment
Accessory laundry
Rental Office
Recreation Room
14 on-grade parking spaces


Construction Standard:
LEED Silver equivalent construction
Head of household must be 62 years or older


Managed By:
Barker Management, Inc.


Architect: Onyx Architects
Construction Management: S. L. Leonard & Associates
Financial Consultant: Veloce Partners


Architectural Plans:

Plot Plan

Floor Plan I

Floor Plan II

Our Financial Partners:
California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD)

Chase Bank 

Los Angeles Housing and Community Investment Department

Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco

R4 Capital














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