Esperanza has renovated and manages nine affordable housing developments:
Alegria holds 15 large family apartments.
Amistad holds 23 apartment units.
Senderos holds 12 large family apartments and a Community Training Facility.
La Estrella holds 11 large family units, along with a permanent office for Esperanza’s Healthy Homes Project.
The Budlong Apartments holds 12 family units.
Casa Esperanza consists of 10 family apartments.
Villa Esperanza consists of 33 family apartments, along with an on-site childcare center for 40 children and a community center offering a wide range of educational, arts and training programs.
39th Street Manor was a 45-unit, “expiring use” apartment building acquired and rehabilitated in 1997. Had Esperanza not purchased and renovated this building, its prior owner would have converted the units to market-rate housing, creating a loss of 45 scarce affordable housing units in Esperanza’s neighborhood.
MapleMae was acquired and renovated in 1994 utilizing local youth through the Los Angeles Conservation Corps’ Youth Build program.