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Avenue 26 is an innovative mixed-use, mixed-income, transit-oriented development just off of Los Angeles’ Gold Line. It consists of 4 projects total: two family rental buildings, one senior rental building, and for-sale condominiums. Altogether there are over 500 units.

The "Avenue 26 Master Plan" replaces blighted industrial sites on approximately nine acres with 534 new homes and helps to revitalize the historic Lincoln Heights neighborhood northeast of downtown Los Angeles. The Plan includes the “Puerta del Sol” workforce condominiums with 165 units and three affordable communities with 369 apartments. The new homes are located next to the Golden State and Pasadena Freeways, a new Gold Line Light Rail Station, and near community amenities like Dodger Stadium, parks, schools and healthcare clinics.

The development improves the city’s "jobs-housing balance" by allowing residents to live close and commute to work and entertainment centers in downtown Los Angeles and Pasadena via the new lightrail system, thus reducing the region’s traffic and pollution problems.