When complete in spring 2016, the Northwest Pasadena property will provide apartments affordable to low-income seniors ages 55 and over, who can live independently, and have incomes that are no more than 50% of area median income.
The developer’s Local Benefits Plan aims to hire 20% of the construction workforce from Pasadena, procure 20% of construction supplies from companies located in Pasadena, and award 20% of subcontracting opportunities to local companies.
A website, www.HeritageSquarePasadena.com and telephone hotline, 626.808.4360, provide up-to-date information on the status of the development, services, jobs, leasing and other opportunities.
“This is an exciting example of a public-private sector partnership that will benefit multiple dimensions of the community, far beyond the seniors who will live in Heritage Square Apartments,” said Cynthia A. Parker, President and CEO of BRIDGE Housing.
For more information, visit www.HeritageSquarePasadena.com.
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