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May 18, 1993
A 110-unit apartment complex for poor, one-parent families opened Monday in the Westlake area of Los Angeles. The $18-million project, with an on-site child-care center and 24-hour security is designed for single heads of households, the majority of them women, said a representative for New Economics for Women, the building's nonprofit developer. Tenants, who are to move in next month, will pay from $80 to $450 a month for studios to four-bedroom apartments.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 21, 1996 | MICHAEL KRIKORIAN
A couple of years back, clinical social workers Amy Stuart and Robin S. Haussermen were in search of a building they could use as a group home for impoverished single mothers. The women considered a site on Gramercy Place near the West Adams district, but the deal collapsed. However, Stuart--curious as to what "gramercy" meant--looked the word up in a dictionary. When she found out it derived from the French words grand merci, or great thanks, she quickly called her partner.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 21, 1996 | MICHAEL KRIKORIAN
A couple of years back, clinical social workers Amy Stuart and Robin S. Haussermen were in search of a building they could use as a group home for impoverished single mothers. The women considered a site on Gramercy Place near the West Adams district, but the deal collapsed. However, Stuart--curious as to what "gramercy" meant--looked the word up in a dictionary. When she found out it derived from the French words grand merci, or great thanks, she quickly called her partner.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1993
A 110-unit apartment complex for poor, one-parent families opened Monday in the Westlake area of Los Angeles. The $18-million project, with an on-site child-care center and 24-hour security is designed for single heads of households, the majority of them women, said a representative for New Economics for Women, the building's nonprofit developer. Tenants, who are to move in next month, will pay from $80 to $450 a month for studios to four-bedroom apartments.
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May 25, 1991 | CHARISSE JONES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It began as the dream of a few women determined to help others help themselves. But Friday it became a budding reality when ground was broken near downtown Los Angeles for Casa Loma, believed to be the first housing project in the nation created by Latinas primarily for single Latina parents.
NEWS
May 25, 1991 | CHARISSE JONES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It began as the dream of a few women determined to help others help themselves. But Friday it became a budding reality when ground was broken near downtown Los Angeles for Casa Loma, believed to be the first housing project in the nation created by Latinas primarily for single Latina parents.
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