Sleek new LGBTQ facilities are coming to LA and NYC

Los Angeles and New York City, which have two of the largest LGBTQ populations in the country, are about to welcome two exciting new facilities geared at those communities.

In Los Angeles, not far from the iconic and soon-to-be-demolished Circus Disco gay club, the LGBT Center will build a new campus with 100 affordable housing units for seniors, up to 35 units of permanent supportive housing for youths and a large industrial kitchen and 100 beds for homeless young people, Curbed reports.

The future Anita May Rosenstein Campus will fold in medical services — and will be available to all, not just those who identify as LGBT.

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