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The Los Angeles LGBT Center will break ground this Saturday on its Anita May Rosenstein Campus, reports WEHOville.

The low-rise building, designed by Leong Leong with direction from KFA, will offer multi-generational services and 235 units of permanent supportive housing for seniors and homeless youth.  It will tie into the existing Village at Ed Gould Plaza through a network of courtyards and outdoor spaces, joining current occupants including two theateres, galleries and office space.

Approximately $35 milllion of the project's total $40 million cost has already been raised, with a targeted completion date of 2019.

After the Rosenstein Campus opens, it will free up space in the existing McDonald/Wright Building for use as a healthcare facility.

Rendering of the LGBT Center Expansion (Image courtesy of Los Angeles LGBT Center and Nephew)
Rendering of the LGBT Center Expansion (Image courtesy of Los Angeles LGBT Center and Nephew)
Rendering of the LGBT Center Expansion (Image courtesy of Los Angeles LGBT Center and Nephew)
Rendering of the LGBT Center Expansion (Image courtesy of Los Angeles LGBT Center and Nephew)
Rendering of the LGBT Center Expansion (Image courtesy of Los Angeles LGBT Center and Nephew)

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