Alhambra’s gonna get healthy

I just spotted this piece of news:

ALHAMBRA – The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a proposal to
allow a non-profit Chinese-American health organization to expand into a county building in Alhambra.

The Chinatown Service Center will lease the now-vacant building, at 612 W. Shorb St., for free in exchange for a commitment to invest more than $8 million for upgrades and tenant improvements while establishing a multi-purpose service center, according to a motion put forward today by Supervisor Michael Antonovich.

The lease will last for 40 years, with an option to renew for two additional 10-year terms, according to a statement released by Antonovich.

The center will provide health services, including non-hospital care for families, children and the elderly, he said.

Wow, $8 million in upgrades? I wonder what the vacant building looks like now…

  • Anonymous

    Do you get all your information from other newspapers and other reports? What do you do all day?

  • Resident

    I do not want to be healthy.

  • Anonymous

    I think it’s an old brick fire station building. Pretty nice looking except for the boarded up windows and the graffiti