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
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