We focus on providing workforce housing and coliving properties. The term “workforce” is used to represent employed individuals who are not typically eligible for government subsidies or traditional affordable housing programs. Often, these individuals are “essential workers” within the community, whether they’re teachers, nurses, other health-care workers, or city or county employees. Workforce housing is very much in short supply in our primary markets.
Coliving is newer form of community living wherein members share housing, often in furnished homes with plentiful common areas, and still receive their own private bedroom and bathroom. Coliving has become an increasingly popular alternative to traditional apartment rentals in major cities like Los Angeles due to its improved affordability, flexibility, and value. Students, digital nomads, newly-relocated individuals and families, and even corporate travelers all can benefit from the sense of community and increased amenities that are often found in coliving buildings.