HACLA and Related California have been working together since 2015 to examine options for the redevelopment of Rose Hill Courts, a 100-unit public housing project in Northeast Los Angeles. The property is in deteriorated condition and some units remain vacant due to termite damage. In September of 2017, HACLA obtained approval from its Board to examine the option of demolishing all of the existing buildings & creating brand new units in their place. HACLA and Related remain committed to upholding residents’ best interests and rights in any future redevelopment of Rose Hill Courts.
Rose Hill Courts is one of the oldest public housing complex in the City of Los Angeles. The complex consists of fifteen structures which include an administration building and fourteen apartment buildings containing 100 dwelling units. Rose Hill Courts was completed in June 1942 and opened to defense workers later that year. After the war, the property again became public housing as many of the residents returned to other parts of the country, or found housing elsewhere. Rose Hill Courts filled an essential need for new quality housing in Los Angeles during and after the Second World War.
The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) is one of the nation’s largest and leading public housing authorities, providing the largest supply of quality affordable housing to residents of the City of Los Angeles. HACLA is committed to the communities and people they serve.