The bridge-housing project in Canoga Park is a collaboration between the county and city to transform an existing, one-story building with 16,000 square feet of office space, into a center for homeless people.

The project aims to convert a former mental-health facility into short-term, transitional housing.

The Los Angeles City Council approved public funding for the project, which will house 79 beds, bathrooms, laundry facilities, hygiene stations, a recreation room, dining area, outdoor communal space, outdoor pet area and kennels, a conference room, and administrative offices. Residents will have access to job training, mental health care and other services.

Square Footage: 15,800 s.f.

Site Area: 28,000 s.f.