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July 3, 1995 | KIM MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When the Commercial Building opened its doors in April to house the homeless, it was a building with an attitude: No drugs. No alcohol. No going out on the street late at night. And no overnight guests without advance approval. For the management of the $2.6-million federally subsidized apartment building, it was a way of offering tenants a kind of tough love to help get their fractured lives back on track: a clean, well-lighted refuge in the middle of Skid Row.
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July 3, 1995 | KIM MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When the Commercial Building opened its doors in April to house the homeless, it was a building with an attitude: No drugs. No alcohol. No going out on the street late at night. And no overnight guests without advance approval. For the management of the $2.6-million federally subsidized apartment building, it was a way of offering tenants a kind of tough love to help get their fractured lives back on track: a clean, well-lighted refuge in the middle of Skid Row.
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