A groundbreaking ceremony was held Wednesday, May 4th for a joint development project at the B (Red) Line’s Vermont/Santa Monica Station. The development is being built by LTSC Community Development Corporation and will include two six-story buildings with 187 units for low-income housing, with half of the units reserved as permanent supportive housing for homeless individuals. The project will also include on-site supportive services for residents, provided by Housing Works. The ground floor of Santa Monica Vermont Apartments will include community-serving retail space with plans for a health center and a food court, prioritizing local and legacy small businesses as tenants. The project also includes transit improvements to the surrounding area such as Metro station and plaza enhancements, a bike/mobility hub and new and improved transit shelters. HACLA is estimated to contribute $37.5 million in HAP over the 20-year contract.
HACLA Celebrates Groundbreaking For Affordable Housing Project at Vermont/Santa Monica Station
On Thursday, May 19, 2022, HACLA joined Mayor Garcetti and Venice Community Housing to celebrate the grand opening and ribbon cutting for the Rose Apartments in Venice. This HHH-funded permanent supportive housing complex contains 35 units and also offers on-site supportive services.
Councilmember Cedillo joins HACLA and PATH to Distribute Welcome Home Kits at Alvarado Lakeview Apartments
On Thursday, May 19th, Councilmember Gil Cedillo of the 1st Council District joined HACLA, PATH and student volunteers from Corpus Christi School to create and distribute "Welcome Home Kits" at Alvarado Lakeview Apartments. The new Project Homekey site is located at 740 S.