DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - The nonprofit developer Skid Row Housing Trust broke ground in January on a 102-unit permanent supportive housing complex at the southeast corner of Sixth and Maple streets. Michael Maltzan Architecture is handling designs for the project, which will reinforce an existing structure and add new residential units above it. The SRHT plans to complete the development in fall 2013, said Molly Rysman, the organization's director of external affairs. At

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