This community consists of one five-story building with 50 apartments and commercial/retail space on the first floor. The building contains one and two bedroom units with a targeted population of seniors aged 62 and over.
The building is composed of a classic courtyard design with ground level retail/residential entry and residential units above surrounding the central courtyard. The amenities package features a large community room with a separate living room, kitchen, restroom and computer areas overlooking both the boulevard and courtyard.
The apartments have been designed with an open plan concept in the common areas of the units to maximize the space and feel of the unit. All units feature private balcony space off the living room which provides another common space for relaxing and living. The kitchens have plenty of storage space and feature energy star rated appliances and solid surface countertops. The bedrooms have ample closet space and will utilize natural light. The majority of 2-bedroom units feature an extra half-bath for function and convenience. All bathrooms will feature energy star rated appliances, low-flow plumbing fixtures and low VOC materials throughout. All spaces and amenities in the development have been carefully designed and organized to maximize their accessibility for the physically disabled. A minimum of 10% of the units will be accessible with mobility features.
Crenshaw Villas is a smoke-free community.
This housing offers accessible units and is offered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender identity and expression, family status, national origin, marital status, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, disability, source of income, genetic information, arbitrary characteristics, or any other basis prohibited by law. Additional information about this community can be found at accesshousingla.org.
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People have the right to ask for and receive reasonable accommodations and physical modifications, including the right to ask for communications in alternative formats and for auxiliary aids and services.