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Since Community Corp.’s inception in 1982, the Housing Restoration and Production Department (the “Department”) has managed the rehabilitation and construction of nearly 1,700 affordable homes. By overseeing the acquisition of property, developing conceptual proposals, securing financing, and managing construction, the Department has increased and improved the City of Santa Monica’s affordable housing stock. Community Corp.’s Housing Restoration and Production Department focuses on preserving historic and significant properties and constructing new housing that is sensitive to the scale and style of a community. The Department also strives to construct housing that is at the forefront of architectural innovation and environmental sustainability. In this way, we improve neighborhoods and strengthen communities.

1349 26th Street

Description: 1349 26th Street is made up of 29 two-bedrooms and 15 three-bedrooms for a total of 44 apartments.

Year Built: 2007

Architect: Kanner Architects, Inc.

Awards: American Institute of Architects 2008 Honor Award for Architecture; American Institute of Architects California Council 2008 Merit Award for Architecture

The Tahiti

Description: The Tahiti is made up of 18 two-bedrooms and 18 three-bedrooms for a total of 36 apartments.

Year Built: 2008

Architect: Daly Genik Architects

Awards: American Institute of Architects California Council 2012 Merit Award for Architecture

Pacific Court

Description: Pacific Court is a mixed-use building that is made up of approximately 1,700 square feet of commercial space, as well as 4 one-bedrooms, 16 two-bedrooms, 21 three-bedrooms, and 3 four-bedrooms for a total of 44 apartments.

Year Built: 2007

Architect: Frederick Fisher and Partners Architects

Berkeley Place

Description: Berkeley Place is made up of 32 two-bedrooms and 15 three-bedrooms for a total of 47 apartments.

Year Built: 2007

Architect: DE Architects AIA

Awards: Society of American Registered Architects California Council 2008 Design Award of Excellence

OP 43

Description:  OP 43 is a scattered -site property that is made up of five buildings that contain 15 one-bedrooms, 14 two-bedrooms, 13 three-bedrooms, and 1 four-bedroom for a total of 43 apartments. 

Year Built: 1988 & 1989

Year Acquired: 1987

Architect: Ralph Mechur Architects

Awards: Fannie Mae Foundation 1989 Honorable Mention in Project Design & Execution; American Institute of Architects California Council 1991 Urban Design Award

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