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In October, Jamison Services, Inc. completed work on an adaptive reuse project which transformed an 89-year-old building in Koreatown into a market rate apartment complex.  Last week, Urbanize and photographer Michael Hayes took a look inside the 1920s structure, which is known as the Abbey.

The six-story building features a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments between 550 square feet to 1,069 square feet in size.  According to the Abbey's official website, rents range from $1,600 for a ground-level live-work unit to $3,250 per month for a rooftop penthouse.  In-unit features include stainless steel appliances, washer-dryer sets, dedicated parking and high ceilings.

The residential conversion also created community spaces, such as a fitness center and a rooftop deck with citrus trees and an outdoor lounge.

Jamison is also in the process of building apartments inside two nearby office buildings of a more recent vintage.

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Affordable Housing Rises Next to Blue Line in Long Beach

The Beacon will feature 160 units next to Anaheim Station.
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After nine years of construction, Century Housing is now four stories about ground at the Beacon, a new affordable housing complex in Downtown Long Beach. 

The project, located next to the Blue Line's Anaheim Station, will feature 160 residential units catering to seniors and veteran in two buildings known as Beacon Place and Beacon Pointe.  Plans also call for amenities such as a gym, a public plaza, supportive se