The inspiration behind El Verano was simply to house the city’s elders with dignity. The goal in affordable housing, especially when developing permanent supportive housing, is to stabilize residents and keep them housed—which builds strong communities and ultimately saves on public services and public dollars. In order to achieve an economy of scale, floor plans are standardized as much as possible. El Verano offers one-bedroom apartments and nine two-bedroom units to accommodate live-in caregivers.
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