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Gregory Ain, along with his partners Johnson and Day, designed this never-built extension for Hacienda Village for the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles. The Extension of the original World War Two era housing project, would have extended from 103rd Place down to 107th Street, and from Compton Avenue to Grandee Avenue. The original Hacienda Village was designed by Paul R. Williams (chief architect), along with Adrian Wilson, Richard J. Neutra, Walter Wurdeman, and Welton Becket as housing for defense workers during the War. The area is now known as Gonzaque Village, and this particular tract is the current site of Markham Middle School.