A commitment to diversity

GenSpace is proud to be based in Koreatown, one of the country’s most dense and culturally diverse neighborhoods.

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A rich history

Koreatown reflects a wide range of cultural backgrounds, comprising a truly diverse tapestry of Angelenos. That diversity includes a spectrum of ages and generations, which is at the heart of our belief in helping older adults from any background thrive in the world today.
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A bright future

Inspired by our surroundings, we’re committed to making GenSpace the most accessible and inclusive space it can be. This commitment is reflected in our programs, mission, and practices to improve the narrative and reality of life for older adults in our society.
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We could not be more excited to join Koreatown – one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Diversity in age and diversity in culture are some of the many benefits of being in the heart of LA! We look forward to celebrating the many opportunities to connect with one another at GenSpace through conversation, programing, and special events.
Jennifer Wong, PhD
Director
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We can't wait to welcome you

Latest GenSpace news

This month, several high profile architectural design publications gave a stunning overview of the new, Rem Koolhaas-designed Audrey Irmas Pavilion at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple.
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