The $9-million project, which broke ground in March 2002, standson the south side of Imperial Avenue between 16th and 17th streets.Encompassing a total of six stories, the complex contains 85studios and five one-bedroom units, which are all renting atbelow-market rates that start $450 per month. All units will beoffered to income-restricted tenants, with 25 reserved forindividuals with mental illnesses.

The building is part of the St. Vincent de Paul Village complex,a mission-style campus that provides housing, schooling, children'sactivities, family literacy classes, job skills workshops, careercounseling, motivational classes and medical care. The St. Vincentde Paul Village complex is one of several developments that arepart of the non-profit organization Father Joe's Villages, whichseeks to break the cycle of homelessness through a program ofcomprehensive care and rehabilitative services.

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