Project Description

LINC Housing | Long Beach, CA

The Spark at Midtown Apartment project consisted of the new construction of a 5-story supportive housing project.  The project includes 95 one, two, and three bedroom units of  affordable housing for low, medium income and those experiencing homelessness in the Long Beach area. The development includes common open space, residential amenities, community room, dining area, community garden, a dedicated space for an after-school program for residents, and a teaching kitchen for training of residents and those in need in the Community.  The project scope also included a reclaimed side street that was transformed into a City Park space as well as the construction of office space for important supportive services: YMCA, Dignity Health, Change Agent, and a future café space.

  • Low income, multi-family housing
  • Prevailing Wage and Section 3 requirements
  • Funded with low income housing tax credit (LIHTC)
  • LEED Gold certified project
  • 12,388 square feet of ground floor retail including a new YMCA Youth Institute, a Mental Health America of Los Angeles Café for workforce training, and a Medical Center health clinic