PATH Ventures’ housing models aim to end and prevent homelessness by integrating supportive services with permanent housing for people in need. This unique marriage of a supportive service provider and a housing developer ensures that services are delivered in the most efficient manner and that our mission is built into the very architecture of every unit we construct.
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Monday March 11th marked the beginning of a new era for downtown San Diego’s homeless population. Well over 700 individuals joined Connections Housing as it officially celebrated opening its doors to help local homeless individuals move into permanent housing.
Forty-nine low-income seniors—30 of whom were homeless and living with a mental illness—now have safe, permanent homes thanks to the recent completion of the NoHo Senior Villas in the heart of the NoHo Arts District.
Representatives of PATH Ventures and Clifford Beers cut the ceremonial ribbon alongside Los Angeles City Councilmembers Paul Krekorian and Tom LaBonge, as well as representatives from the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, the City of Los Angeles Housing Department, and the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee.
The application for the NOHO Senior Villas is now available. Please click below to download the application.
Please read all instructions carefully, as we will NOT accept applications that are over-nighted, faxed or handdelivered. All applications must be sent via US Post Office mail only. Additionally, application package is not considered complete until we received the certified copy of the MHSA application.
On March 29th, Related Companies of California, PATH, PATH Ventures and City Council Member Eric Garcetti welcomed 48 local individuals who were low-income, homeless or living with HIV to new affordable, permanent housing at the recently-completed La Kretz Villas in Silver Lake. Located just one block from the renowned PATH Mall, La Kretz Villas residents will be able to continue receiving supportive services while transitioning into their new lives.
The property was donated by Morton La Kretz, a leading real estate investor and philanthropist, and is co-developed by Related California and PATH Ventures.
Many of the facility’s new residents were previously homeless on the streets of Silver Lake. In partnership with the nationwide 100,000 Homes Campaign, last year’s Silver Lake Connections vulnerability survey identified those living on the streets who were most vulnerable and in need of permanent housing.
Fourteen of the individuals deemed “most vulnerable” now have their own apartments in the La Kretz Villas. We are proud to finally be able to welcome them home!