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Los Angeles Opens New Housing for Low-Income Elders

Sing Tao Daily, Posted: Mar 27, 2009

LOS ANGELES A new 55-unit apartment building for low-income elders opened Monday, the Sing Tao Daily reports. The building, named the Morgan Place, will offer rents from $381 to $665 a month. At the opening ceremony, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said although the city is experiencing an unemployment rate of 12 percent, in five years he plans to build 20,000 more units for low-income elders. People who are over 55 years and earn between $15,930 and $30,300 are eligible to apply for the affordable housing.


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