program - Metro Loma - Southern California Association of Nonprofit



program - Metro Loma - Southern California Association of Nonprofit
Special Thanks to...
Ramon Abueg
Erik Krause
Aneta Badalian
Philip Lanzafame
Madalyn Blake
Alan Loomis
Anne Bockenkamp
Violet Matteossian
Jason Bradford
Sona Mooradian
Cindy Cleary
Tim Mulrenan
Hakop Chtryan
Narine Petrosyan
Hermineh Davidian
Deborah Rhoads
Mike Fortney
Syed Rushdy
Mike Garcia
Judith Sernas
Roubik Golanian
Stuart Tom
Brett Goldstone
Rick White
Hassan Haghani
Lisa Yun
Scott Howard
Sona Zinzalian
Lena Karagueuzian
Peter Zovak
Rodney Khan
Steve Zurn
ADI/Squier and
The City of Glendale
Housing Authority
Invite you to Celebrate
Roger Kiesel
Community Development and Housing Staff
Planning, Public Works and Redevelopment Department Staff
Parking is available at the locations noted below
-Along Gardena Street and Mira Loma Avenue
-Glendale Transportation Center located at 400 W. Cerritos Ave,
-Vacant Lot at end of Gardena Street
Metro Loma
Thursday, February 26, 2009
3:00 pm
328 Mira Loma Ave.
Glendale, CA 91204
Housing Authority of the City of Glendale
Hanmi Bank
Red Capital Markets, Inc.
California Community Reinvestment Corporation
Housing Authority of the County of Los Angeles
Housing Authority Members
Bob Yousefian, Chair
Don Mincey, Vice Chair
John Drayman, Mayor
Ara James Najarian, Authority Member
Frank Quintero, Authority Member
Dave Weaver, Authority Member
Laura Parazian, Authority Member
James Starbird, Executive Director
Housing Alternatives, Inc.
JH & Associates
Pacific Housing Diversified
Metro Loma is an affordable
apartment community located in southern Glendale's
Tropico neighborhood. Just
one block from the Glendale
Transportation Center, Metro
Loma is a cornerstone to a
new pedestrian-oriented transit village in the City of Glendale's San Fernando Corridor
revitalization area.
Metro Loma will provide affordable housing for Glendale
and low-income workers and
their families. It consists of 44
units with 1 one-bedroom, 29 two-bedroom, and 14 three-bedroom
units, all of which are affordable to very low income households. With
113,492 total sq. ft., the development is a four-story wood framed
stucco structure above two levels of subterranean parking providing
106 spaces. The building is an articulation of elements found in Spanish
Colonial Revival architecture, and is inspired by the nearby Glendale
Transportation Center housed in the historic Southern Pacific Train Depot. Additional amenities include a 1,296 sq. ft. Community Center,
16,775 sq. ft. of outdoor spaces consisting of an entry courtyard, an internal courtyard for passive recreation, an area with a tot-lot and a
sports court, unit hard wiring for computer internet, an on-site laundry
facility, and a unique Public Art piece to compliment the courtyard
and inspire the residents and guests.

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