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Abode Communities

At Abode Communities, our mission is to create service-enhanced affordable housing and socially-beneficial community facilities that promote social, economic, and physical transformation of underserved communities.

Since 1968, Abode Communities has found success through the strength of our fully integrated, multidisciplinary approach. Every project receives the benefit of the experience and cooperation of our core groups: Development, Architecture, Housing Services and Resident Services.

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Phone: 213-225-2730

Mayor Eric Garcetti, Councilman Mitch O’Farrell, State Dignitaries and Local Leaders Join Abode Communities,...

Mayor Garcetti, Councilman Mitch O’Farrell, Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education President Steve Zimmer, state and local leaders joined affordable housing developer and architect Abode Communities, land owner Los Angeles Unified School District (District) and residents today for the grand opening celebration of Selma Community Housing in Hollywood. This service-enhanced affordable family/workforce residential community features 66 newly constructed homes in Hollywood.

Mayor Garcetti, Councilman O’Farrell, State Dignitaries and Local Leaders Join Abode Communities, Los Angeles...

On November 3, at 4:00 pm, Mayor Garcetti, Councilman Mitch O’Farrell, state and local leaders will join affordable housing developer Abode Communities, land owner Los Angeles Unified School District (District) and residents for the grand opening celebration of Selma Community Housing in Hollywood

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