California Governor Gavin Newsom announced $45 million in awards for two new Homekey projects in Los Angeles and Sacramento which will provide 170 units of housing for people exiting homelessness. To date, California has awarded $323 million for 1,208 units across 14 projects statewide as part of the expanded Homekey program- a key component to the Governor’s $12 billion plan to tackle homelessness. The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles was awarded more than $21 million for an acquisition of newly constructed apartment building located near off-site amenities including a transit station, pharmacy, library, grocery store and park.…
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