A new housing complex opened in Wasco on Friday with the goal of allowing residents better access to schools, shopping centers and more.
Rosaleda Village has more than 200 units and sits on 17 acres.
It was made possible with the help of several federal and state agencies, including the California High Speed Rail Authority.
The photos were provided by the city of Wasco and the rail authority.
The old housing facility was located next to the high-speed rail alignment being constructed through Wasco.
The new complex cost an estimated $49 million.