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Carson ‘Veteran’s Village’ groundbreaking, Thursday

Veteran’s Village is close to Harbor UCLA Medical Center and will have easy access to both the 405 and 110 freeways

Compton Herald | Veterans Village of Carson
Architect’s rendering of Veterans Village of Carson. Source: Withee Malcom Architects

Planned amenities for Veterans Village of Carson include 2,500 square feet of commercial space and ground-level retail parking

CARSON — Groundbreaking ceremonies for a 51-family development for veterans called the Veterans Village of Carson, 600 W. Carson St. [MAP], at the intersection of Figueroa and Carson streets, are set for March 1 at 11 a.m., Thomas Safran & Associates has announced.

The location is an active construction site, so, attendees are encouraged to wear appropriate shoes. Lunch will be provided.

The development will complement the Southern California lifestyle with planned amenities that include 2,500 square feet of commercial space and ground-level retail parking. This development is located in close proximity to Harbor UCLA Medical Center and will offer easy access to both the 405 and 110 freeways.

“We’re happy to once again partner with Thomas Safran & Associates especially on this Veterans Housing Development,” said Carson Mayor Albert Robles. “In Carson, we are proud of our tradition of honoring our veterans. We have two parks named after veteran residents, Anderson Park and Scott Park, as well as Veterans Park and a Veterans SportsComplex.” The City of Carson also honors veterans with special community events each year on Memorial Day and Veterans Day.

For more information or to RSVP for the groundbreaking event, e-mail shannon@tsahousing.com or call (310) 820-4888.

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