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ALEXANDRIA – Tiny Homes Village

Description

Alexandria Park Tiny Homes Village honors the homeless community with its colorful palate and ample congregation spaces – it is a Bridge Home project utilizing Pallet Shelter units to house up to 200 occupants (103 during COVID occupancy limitations).  The site was previously occupied by a large homeless community.  The site selection allows the city to provide housing and services without displacing its clients while bringing much-needed utilities and other improvements to an under-developed and under-funded public space.

The design brings a bright and playful composition to an existing young park tree grove.  Shelters are placed in a way to preserve the trees, utilizing their shade, and creating significant central community spaces.  A Fire Access Lane required due to the deep site and long access distance from Laurel Canyon Blvd., is leveraged as the organizing formal spine, and the Village’s main communal pedestrian boulevard, comparable to any of LA’s great pedestrian-oriented streets.

Number of Units: 103
Number of Beds: 200

Location:
6099 Laurel Canyon Blvd, Los Angeles, Ca

Client:
City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering

Architect:
Lehrer Architects LA, Inc

Budget:

$7.316 Million

Builder:
Ford Construction

MEP Engineer:
Alfa Tech

Civil Engineer:
Barbara Hall & Associates, PE

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