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Meta Housing Corp. is approaching the finish line at a two-building affordable housing complex in the Harbor Gateway.

The project, which rises from a long-vacant lot at the crossing of El Segundo Boulevard and the Harbor Freeway, features a pair of four-story buildings that will offer 160 units for low-income families and the formerly homeless. 

Y&M Architects designed the projects, which will include a mix of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom dwellings.  Rents will be priced between $290 and $1,079 per month.

Total costs are estimated at $52 million.

Construction of the new apartments seen from across the Harbor Freeway.
Rendering of the 127th Street Apartments via Meta Housing Corp.
Rendering of the El Segundo Apartments via Meta Housing Corp.

Four-Story, 40-Unit Apartment Building Planned at 601 Wilshire

The project would replace a collection of small commercial buildings.
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Local developer WS Communities plans to replace a series of small commercial buildings on Wilshire Boulevard in Santa Monica with a mixed-use apartment complex.