Federal stimulus dollars are headed toward one of the old Central Freeway parcels, an affordable housing project on the southeast corner of Fulton and Gough. According to City Insider, $10 million will be funneled to Parcel G, which will become a David Baker-designed, five-story building with 120 studios for low-income, formerly homeless people, plus "community serving" retail on the ground floor. Note the courtyard and open-air stairs. Trés L.A.!
· Parcel G [David Baker + Partners Architects]
· Housing for formerly homeless gets some financial help [City Insider]
· Goodbye Parking Lots: Central Freeway Land to Go [Curbed SF]