Aliso Triangle in Boyle Heights to be developed into housing for homeless youth

City has approved giving Aliso Triangle to nonprofit for housing development


BOYLE HEIGHTS — The City Council approved the transfer of a small plot of land in Boyle Heights to Jóvenes Inc, where the nonprofit plans to build housing for homeless youth.

The transfer of the plot known as the Aliso Triangle –on the cul-de-sac- formed by Progress Place and Pleasant Avenue– would allow Jóvenes to expand its campus by connecting it to the surrounding property the nonprofit already owns.

Jóvenes has converted existing property in its campus to transitional or permanent housing for the homeless population it serves. The nonprofit’s headquarters are also on the campus.

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Boyle Heights Beat is a bilingual community newspaper produced by its youth and a sister website with stories also produced by community members “por y para la comunidad.”

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