- Martin Luther King Jr. Transit Center
- Linc Senior Housing
- Compton Senior Activity Center
- North Downtown Master Plan
- Parking Structure
- Gateway Towne Center Project
- Willow Walk Housing Development
- Alameda Court Housing Development
- Burlington Coat Factory
- Environmental Protection Board (EPA) Tank Removal
Seniors are important to the City of Compton! The Agency has several new senior development projects underway. A newly constructed Senior Activity Center will begin construction in January 2011 located in North Downtown Compton. Adjacent to the Senior Activity Center will be a newly constructed 75-unit affordable rental senior housing development.
“SEASONS at Compton”
(Rendering of LINC Housing Development)
SEASONS at Compton is a new dynamic affordable community for seniors 55 years and older that will blend limited‐income seniors, adults with developmental disabilities, and seniors that care for dependents with developmental disabilities.
SEASONS at Compton will incorporate Universal and Sustainable Design principles and offer a beautiful, highly‐functional environment for its residents, while also emphasizing access for handicapped individuals, energy efficiency, use of natural light and ventilation, and reducing the property’s carbon footprint. The complex will include environmental features like photovoltaic panels and solar thermal hot water, as well as accessibility features like wider doorways and hallways, adjustable height counters, lower light switches, ramps, and elevators.
LINC also plans to bring three areas of services to the community: senior health and wellbeing programs; independent living skills training; and special services for residents with developmental disabilities.
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INFORMATION ABOUT LINC
Meta Housing will transform an underutilized parcel into 75 affordable senior rental housing units and enhance pedestrian access to the adjacent Compton Metro Blue Line light rail and bus station. Construction of this Green Point Rated project will not only generate over 125 construction jobs, but also significantly enhance the image, livability, and economic vitality of the Compton community. The project is developed by Meta Housing.
(Rendering of Completed Meta Compton Senior Apartments)