La Villa Mariposa was completed in January 1996 for a total development cost of $18.1 million dollars. The developer was New Economics for Women in a limited partnership with Corporate Housing Initiatives II. Lenders include the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles, Affordable Housing Program, and Century Freeway Housing Program.
- 115 single and multi-family residential apartment units over 60,169 square feet § 4 single room occupancy units
- 30 one-bedroom units
- 40 two-bedroom units
- 38 three-bedroom units
- 4 four-bedroom units
- A 24-hour security guard monitors the parking garage & residential entrance
- 6 classroom spaces serving 143 students of the NASA charter school grades K-2.
- NEW’s Afterschool Learning Center for grades K-2