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Step Up in Hollywood: Sustainably Ending Homelessness


Goal: The Hollywood Campaign is developing the financial resources needed to acquire, develop, and operate 200 LEED-certified permanent supportive home units using multiple green technologies by 2014.

Two projects (66 home units) are currently underway in Hollywod, CA.

Step Up on Vine

Step Up on vine is a 34 unit project located on vine Street in Hollyood. The permanent supportive housing project and drop in center will open December 2012. Step Up on vine is a LEED-certified building.

Michael's Village

Michael’s Village is a 32 unit project located on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. The building requires only minor rehabilitation and work is underway. The first tenants are expected to move in September 2011. Major private funding for Michael’s Village was provided by Aileen Getty.

140 units to go!  How to help

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