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ROSE HILL COURTS
Revitalizing The Future

Located in the Rose Hill neighborhood of the City of Los Angeles, California, Rose Hill Courts will be a new, thriving 185-unit development offering individuals and families with high quality housing that include a variety of supportive services and amenities that will enrich the community.

 

Rose Hill Courts offers a contemporary design with comfortable one, two, three and four-bedroom apartment homes. Each apartment home will feature a modern kitchen, wooden cabinetry, luxury vinyl tile flooring, and central air/heating.

 

The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) and Related are excited to revitalize Rose Hill Courts and contribute to the vibrant community for generations to come.

Phase I Coming Soon - Early 2023. Check back for more updates.

ROSE HILL COURTS
HISTORY

Rose Hill Courts is one of the oldest public housing complexes in the City of Los Angeles.  The complex consisted 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 became public housing again 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.

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John King
Director
Community Engagement
HACLA
(213) 252-5464
john.king@hacla.org

CONTACT
US

 For all project inquiries or community relations, contact us at:

General Inquiries - (323) 546-9588

rosehillcourts@related.com


George Magallanes

Public Outreach Consultant

(213) 308-4791

georgemagallanes@att.net

 

John King

Director, Community Engagement

John.King@hacla.org 

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