Construction has started on a 264-unit affordable housing community in northern Los Angeles County.
Under development by USA Properties Fund, Terracina at Lancaster will provide one- to four-bedroom homes to families earning 50% to 60% of the area median income (AMI).
Located in Lancaster, the development will have 11 three-story buildings that surround a community space with play and recreation areas. Apartments will include energy-efficient appliances and light fixtures, ceiling fans, and low-flow faucets, showers, and toilets. Ground-floor apartments will have a patio, with a balcony for those on the second- and third-floor units.
Residents will be able to enjoy a pool, picnic and barbecue areas with shade structures, a tot lot, and a sports court for basketball, four-square, hopscotch, and tetherball. The development will also include a community room with a hospitality kitchen, a computer area, a fitness room, and on-site laundry facilities. Walking paths with benches along the way are part of the 11-acre community.
“It’s really designed around a huge community space,” said Leatha Clark, project manager for USA Properties. “We’re building a very family-friendly…