Los Angeles Moves Forward with New Senior Complex

Recently, the Los Angeles City Council approved a contract for the design of a new senior housing complex that will comply with a new uniform building code.  The council approved a three-year agreement with the Kennard Design Group and Widom Wein Cohen O’Leary Terasawa for a proposed building consisting of a 30,000-square-foot senior center and 60 one-bedroom residential units.  Costs have almost doubled from an early estimate of $14 million to over $30 million since the project’s plans were revised to follow the International Building Code and the regulations will replace California’s Title 24 building code and will eventually be adopted by every city in the United States.

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