Walkable, renovated L.A. low-income apartments near transit
St. Andrews is a garden-style affordable apartment community for seniors in Los Angeles, CA. With modern architecture and landscaped grounds, this beautifully designed community provides amenities that help seniors thrive – including appliances in every apartment. A community center creates a place for activities and socializing.
The location is extremely walkable with a variety of dining and shopping just two blocks away, a healthcare center one block away and a large park just 10 blocks away. Public transit options abound with a rail line one mile away, and seven bus lines and a car share less than one-half mile from St. Andrews.
By partnering with great property management, investors and local government, Jamboree assures the opportunity to maintain long-term affordability of St. Andrews for residents as an integral part of the Greater Los Angeles community.
Extensively Renovated Affordable Senior Housing
Acq/rehab of low-income apartments in Los Angeles, CA
Jamboree acquired and rehabilitated St. Andrews, located in Los Angeles, CA, in a joint venture with Preservation Partners Development. Jamboree and Preservation Partners Development have partnered since 2000 to acquire, rehabilitate and preserve “at risk” affordable housing communities in areas with a high demand. St. Andrews is a garden-style affordable apartment community for seniors.
Apartments range from studios to one- or two-bedrooms with appliances in each apartment. The very walkable location is blocks from a healthcare center, shopping and dining. Public transit options such as a nearby rail line, seven bus lines and a car share help seniors stay independent and reduce or eliminate the need for private vehicles.
Preserving affordability and raising the quality of the community were the primary goals of the rehabilitation. Jamboree’s close partnerships with investors, local government and property management allow for this beautifully designed affordable senior housing in an area with increased demand and high real estate prices.