Building Homes and Hope

Century is dedicated to crafting communities that have proven social impact. Our mission-driven approach has led to the creation of nearly 2,300 affordable and supportive homes, serving more than 3,300 residents. Beyond housing, we offer integrated services designed to support our residents and ensure our properties are well-managed and maintained.

Focused on Affordable Housing

Development & Management

Build, preserve, and operate affordable homes that provide stability, safety, and dignity for residents.

Residential Services

Provide comprehensive supportive services to help residents stay housed, get a fresh start, and achieve their goals.

Community Engagement

Foster community connections through long-term collaborative relationships that bring together residents and local stakeholders.

Featured Century Developments


West LA VA Buildings 156 & 157

Two historic buildings built in the Spanish Revival architectural style are being transformed into 110 amenity-enriched homes for homeless Veterans. Construction is expected to be completed in 2025.


West LA VA Building 158

This adaptive reuse of a historically significant building will provide 48 affordable one-bedroom homes for homeless Veterans, with modern amenities and robust supportive services, is aiming for Green Point Rated certification and 2025 completion.


West LA VA Building 404

Century’s first new construction project on the West LA VA campus consists of 73 apartments for homeless and at-risk Veterans in a four-story structure with ample amenity and service spaces. Construction is expected to be completed in 2024.


Villa Vanowen

This Measure HHH-funded development will add 64 new, 100%-permanent supportive homes for unhoused individuals located in Van Nuys.


Century + Restorative Care Village

Century submitted a winning proposal to develop up to 300 homes at the Restorative Care Village adjacent to Los Angeles General Hospital. The community will also include a peer respite shelter and workforce development space.


CDU/MLK Collaborative

Charles Drew University, Thomas Safran & Associates, and Century envision a walkable transit-oriented health and wellness community offering a mix of affordable, workforce, student, and mixed-income housing developed on a twelve-acre site.


The Banning

The Banning will provide 64 permanent supportive homes for people who have experienced homelessness and include amenities such as a gym, community room, conference room, and offices for residential services.


One San Pedro

As part of the One San Pedro Collaborative, Century is developing a 22-acre public housing community near the LA Harbor, with up to 1,400 new affordable homes—including replacement housing for 478 families—and space for retail and residential services.



Century acquired CityView to preserve 296 affordable homes for low-income seniors. The development includes environmentally sustainable upgrades, plentiful community space, and convenient access to a Metro Blue Line station.


The Beacon

Located at the gateway to Downtown Long Beach, The Beacon is a two-phase, transit-oriented development with beautiful modern architecture and 160 homes for seniors and Veterans.


The Cove

The Cove adds homes for 90 Veterans, including 60 homes for Veterans who have experienced homelessness, to the Villages at Cabrillo. Amenities include community and classroom spaces, a gym, and multiple case management offices.


Cabrillo Gateway

This award-winning LEED Platinum-certified community at the Villages at Cabrillo houses individuals and families who have experienced homelessness and features a federally qualified health clinic operated by TCC Family Services.


Anchor Place

This Villages at Cabrillo development achieved LEED Platinum certification with a long list of environmental and social benefits and serves 120 homeless Veterans, unhoused individuals with disabilities, and low-income families.


Costa Mesa Village

Century’s first development in Orange County preserved affordability for 96 homes including homes for people with disabilities. Converted from a hotel, it allows residents to live independently thanks to CalHFA’s Section 811 program.

Meet Our Housing & Community Development Team

Brian D’Andrea
Senior Vice President, Housing
President, CADI and CVC

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Oscar Alvarado
Vice President, Housing

Christopher Larkin
Associate Director,

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Paige O’Donnell
Associate Director,

Howard Chan
Vice President, Housing (Century and CADI)

Heather Sharp
Vice President, Property Operations

Jordan Johnson
Senior Development Manager

Alex Stamas
Senior Development Manager

Andrea Santana
Development Coordinator

Kyle Fecik
Development Associate

Asher Simon
Development Manager

Yonatan Shoshani
Asset Management Associate

Need Housing?

If you or someone you know needs housing or is experiencing homelessness in LA County, these agencies provide intake and assessment services and oversee the process for becoming housed at one of our properties.

Visit Shelter Partnership for additional social service programs and referrals to shelters.

City of Long Beach
All services are coordinated through the Long Beach Multi-Service Center
Phone: 562-570-4500
1301 W. 12th Street
Long Beach, CA 90813
closed daily 12–1pm
closes Thursday at 2 pm

Greater Los Angeles Area (Outside Long Beach)
211 or 800-399-6993

South Bay (SP8)
Harbor Interfaith Services
599 W. 9th Street
San Pedro, CA 90731

Other Access Points to LA County Coordinated Entry System by SPA

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