KFA’s complex for low-income LGBTQ seniors expands a campus in Los Angeles

Los Angeles-based Killefer Flammang Architects (KFA) has completed the Ariadne Getty Foundation Senior Housing Complex, a five-story complex dedicated to providing safe and supportive housing to low-income LGBTQ Angelenos over the age of 62. Offering a mix of 98 apartments including 19 studios, 75 one-bedrooms, and four two-bedroom units, the 70,300-square-foot complex is located directly adjacent to the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s 2-acre Anita May Rosenstein Campus in East Hollywood.

The first phase of the $141 million Anita May Rosenstein Campus project, a multifaceted 183,000-square-foot community hub, was completed in 2019. Described as the world’s first intergenerational facility for the LGBTQ community’s two most vulnerable population groups, youth and

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