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 Located next to the future light rail station on First Street, this new 6,000 sf one-story building is part of the revitalization to the Aliso Village Housing Development.  It provides a large community space for a local farmers market, craft fairs and art shows, as well as surrounding retail shops, restaurants and offices.  A nonprofit computer-learning center will include conference rooms, multi-use office space, and classroom and computer labs.
       
     
 QDG also provided design services for the surrounding community, which includes 475 units, incorporating both rentals and for-sale housing, and a large retail with a social services component.  This project is part of a comprehensive “grass roots” community building strategy that has successfully transformed this neighborhood with a minimum displacement of the original residents.
       
     
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PUEBLO DEL SOL COMMUNITY CENTER
       
     
PUEBLO DEL SOL COMMUNITY CENTER

Location: Boyle Heights, CA

Client: Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles

Budget: $3.5 Million

Size: 6,000 SF 

Completion Date: March 2005

 Located next to the future light rail station on First Street, this new 6,000 sf one-story building is part of the revitalization to the Aliso Village Housing Development.  It provides a large community space for a local farmers market, craft fairs and art shows, as well as surrounding retail shops, restaurants and offices.  A nonprofit computer-learning center will include conference rooms, multi-use office space, and classroom and computer labs.
       
     

Located next to the future light rail station on First Street, this new 6,000 sf one-story building is part of the revitalization to the Aliso Village Housing Development.  It provides a large community space for a local farmers market, craft fairs and art shows, as well as surrounding retail shops, restaurants and offices.  A nonprofit computer-learning center will include conference rooms, multi-use office space, and classroom and computer labs.

 QDG also provided design services for the surrounding community, which includes 475 units, incorporating both rentals and for-sale housing, and a large retail with a social services component.  This project is part of a comprehensive “grass roots” community building strategy that has successfully transformed this neighborhood with a minimum displacement of the original residents.
       
     

QDG also provided design services for the surrounding community, which includes 475 units, incorporating both rentals and for-sale housing, and a large retail with a social services component.  This project is part of a comprehensive “grass roots” community building strategy that has successfully transformed this neighborhood with a minimum displacement of the original residents.

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