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Low-Income Family Housing Complex Opens

March 10, 2000

Members of the Temple Beaudry neighborhood gathered Thursday for the grand opening of the Angelina Apartments, a $14-million housing complex of 82 units for low-income and very low-income families.

Financed by Bank of America, the Los Angeles Housing Department and other institutions, the project was designed to ameliorate the shortage of family rental units in central Los Angeles.

Lisa Margolin-Feher of Bank of America said that research shows there are 477,000 low-income households in the county but only 120,000 low-cost rental units.

The complex at 1336 Angelina St. offers two-, three- and four-bedroom units.

Rent ranges from $380 to $463 per month. All of the apartments have been rented.

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