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Claremont Seniors and Families are Welcomed Home

The Community Development Commission of the County of Los Angeles (CDC) joined Jamboree Housing Corporation in celebrating the Grand Opening of a multi-generational affordable housing project, Courier Place. The 75-unit affordable housing community, a first of its kind for the City of Claremont and Jamboree, is designed with one-, two- and three-bedroom units for families, and one-bedroom units for seniors, all of whom earn between 30 and 50% of the area median income.   

The garden-style community, which was built in one year, is adjacent to the Claremont Transportation Center, and less than one-quarter mile from the Claremont Village, allowing easy access to public transportation, and within walking distance to shops and municipal services.

Sean Rogan, CDC Executive Director stated, “Grand Openings are not only a time to celebrate the completion of a project, but more importantly, the opportunities presented to the residents moving into their new homes.” The CDC is dedicated to expanding the affordable housing supply in Los Angeles County, and will fight for every dollar possible to continue “Building Better Lives and Better Neighborhoods.”

For more information on the CDC’s HOME or City of Industry Programs, call (323) 890-7235.  Source: Community Development Commission of the County of Los Angeles
 








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