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Angelina Apartments
Angelina Apartments is an 82-unit affordable housing complex located in the Temple-Beaudry area of Echo Park, in downtown Los Angeles. The Angelina Headstart Preschool, providing early child development services for over 70 children ages 3 to 5, is located on the ground floor.
Casa Heiwa
Casa Heiwa (Spanish and Japanese for 'House of Harmony') is a 100 unit affordable housing complex located in Little Tokyo. It was built in 1996 and has won a variety of awards, including the Great Western/Washington Mutual Housing Award, Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing Project of the Year, Best Urban Project Tax Credit Excellence Award, and the HUD Best Practices Award. The ground floor is home to the offices of LTSC CDC.
Cesar Chavez Gardens
Cesar Chavez Gardens is a 47 unit affordable housing complex located in Chinatown. LTSC CDC partnered with the Chinatown Service Center to build Cesar Chavez Gardens, which was completed in 2002. It was recognized with a HUD Best Practices Award and a Local Initiatives Support Corporation Partner Award.
Far East Building
The Far East Building is a historic, mixed-use building with a cafe and computer learning center on the ground floor and 16 units of affordable housing, including 8 units  of permanent supportive housing that house formerly homeless individuals. The Far East Building has been recognized with a LA Conservancy Historic Preservation Award and was named a National Trust for Historic Preservation and National Park Service Save America's Treasures site.
Kosumosu Transitional Housing
Kosumosu is a transitional house for domestic violence survivors and their children. It is named after the cosmos (Kosumosu in Japanese), a resilient flower that endures even under the harshest wear and tear. Kosumosu was recognized by the Southern California Association of Non-Proft Housing as the 2002 Project of the Year.
Pacific Bridge
Pacific Bridge Adult Residential Facility provides housing, supportive services, and 24-hour live-in care to six high-functioning developmentally disabled adults. In this culturally and linguistically sensitive environment, developmentally challenged adults gain independent living skills, learn to integrate into the larger community, and eventually make a transition to independent living.
San Pedro Firm Building
The San Pedro Firm Building is a mixed-use building with four commercial storefronts on the ground floor and 42 units of affordable housing on the top floors. It is located in the Little Tokyo Historic District, a National Parks Service-recognized site of historical and cultural value.
Union Center for the Arts
The historic Union Center for the Arts was formerly Union Church, a Japanese American church that was condemned after the 1994 Northridge Earthquake. After $3.5 million in renovations, the Union Center for the Arts was born. It houses three premiere Southern California arts institutions: East West Players, Visual Communications, and LA Artcore.
CPAF Transitional Shelter
In 2001, LTSC provided project management services to the Center for the Pacific Asian Family (CPAF) to develop a 24-bed supportive transitional housing facility for homeless survivors of domestic violence. On-site amenities include a childcare room, a library with computers for resident use, a counseling room, a counseling office and a community room.
Sammy Davis Jr. Manor
Sammy Davis Jr. Manor is a 46-studio unit apartment building located on the eastern edge of Koreatown. LTSC assisted the Koreatown Youth & Community Center (KYCC) with acquiring and renovating the building in 2000.
Asian Pacific Health and Healing Center
In 1997, LTSC provided technical assistance to the Asian Pacific Health Care Venture (APHCV) so it could acquire and renovate a community health center in East Hollywood. The 19,000 square foot facility provides a full range of primary care services for indigent and low-income individuals and families.
Pacific Housing Development
In 2005, LTSC CDC and Asian Pacific Family Center (APFC) collaborated on the development of Pacific Housing, a 6 unit permanent supportive housing project in Monterey Park. The project features five one-bedroom units and a two-bedroom home that serves low-income adults with mental disabilities with a range of independent living skills.
Palm Village Senior Housing
In 2008, LTSC CDC and the Thai Community Development Center (Thai CDC) collaborated on the development of Palm Village Senior Housing, a 60 unit independent senior housing facility in the Sun Valley district of the City of Los Angeles. The project features over 5,500 sq. ft. of recreation space for the seniorAngelina Apartments

Angelina Apartments

AngelinaAngelina Apartments is an 82-unit affordable housing complex located in the Temple-Beaudry area of Echo Park, in downtown Los Angeles. The Angelina Headstart Preschool, providing early child development services for over 70 children ages 3 to 5, is located on the ground floor.


Casa Heiwa

Casa HeiwaCasa Heiwa (Spanish and Japanese for 'House of Harmony') is a 100 unit affordable housing complex located in Little Tokyo. It was built in 1996 and has won a variety of awards, including the Great Western/Washington Mutual Housing Award, Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing Project of the Year, Best Urban Project Tax Credit Excellence Award, and the HUD Best Practices Award. The ground floor is home to the offices of LTSC CDC.

Cesar Chavez Gardens

Cesar Chavez GardensCesar Chavez Gardens is a 47 unit affordable housing complex located in Chinatown. LTSC CDC partnered with the Chinatown Service Center to build Cesar Chavez Gardens, which was completed in 2002. It was recognized with a HUD Best Practices Award and a Local Initiatives Support Corporation Partner Award.


Far East Building

Far East BuildingThe Far East Building is a historic, mixed-use building with a cafe and computer learning center on the ground floor and 16 units of affordable housing, including 8 units  of permanent supportive housing that house formerly homeless individuals. The Far East Building has been recognized with a LA Conservancy Historic Preservation Award and was named a National Trust for Historic Preservation and National Park Service Save America's Treasures site.

Kosumosu Transitional Housing

Kosumosu is a transitional house for domestic violence survivors and their children. It is named after the cosmos (Kosumosu in Japanese), a resilient flower that endures even under the harshest wear and tear. Kosumosu was recognized by the Southern California Association of Non-Proft Housing as the 2002 Project of the Year.

Pacific Bridge

Pacific BridgePacific Bridge Adult Residential Facility provides housing, supportive services, and 24-hour live-in care to six high-functioning developmentally disabled adults. In this culturally and linguistically sensitive environment, developmentally challenged adults gain independent living skills, learn to integrate into the larger community, and eventually make a transition to independent living.

San Pedro Firm Building

San Pedro Firm Building

The San Pedro Firm Building is a mixed-use building with four commercial storefronts on the ground floor and 42 units of affordable housing on the top floors. It is located in the Little Tokyo Historic District, a National Parks Service-recognized site of historical and cultural value.


Union Center for the Arts

Union Center for the ArtsThe historic Union Center for the Arts was formerly Union Church, a Japanese American church that was condemned after the 1994 Northridge Earthquake. After $3.5 million in renovations, the Union Center for the Arts was born. It houses three premiere Southern California arts institutions: East West Players, Visual Communications, and LA Artcore. 

CPAF Transitional Shelter

In 2001, LTSC provided project management services to the Center for the Pacific Asian Family (CPAF) to develop a 24-bed supportive transitional housing facility for homeless survivors of domestic violence. On-site amenities include a childcare room, a library with computers for resident use, a counseling room, a counseling office and a community room.

Sammy Davis Jr. Manor

Sammy Davis Jr. ManorSammy Davis Jr. Manor is a 46-studio unit apartment building located on the eastern edge of Koreatown. LTSC assisted the Koreatown Youth & Community Center (KYCC) with acquiring and renovating the building in 2000.


Asian Pacific Health and Healing Center

Asian Pacific Health and Healing CenterIn 1997, LTSC provided technical assistance to the Asian Pacific Health Care Venture (APHCV) so it could acquire and renovate a community health center in East Hollywood. The 19,000 square foot facility provides a full range of primary care services for indigent and low-income individuals and families.

Pacific Housing Development

Pacific Housing Development

In 2005, LTSC CDC and Asian Pacific Family Center (APFC) collaborated on the development of Pacific Housing, a 6 unit permanent supportive housing project in Monterey Park. The project features five one-bedroom units and a two-bedroom home that serves low-income adults with mental disabilities with a range of independent living skills.

Palm Village Senior Housing

Palm Village Senior HousingIn 2008, LTSC CDC and the Thai Community Development Center (Thai CDC) collaborated on the development of Palm Village Senior Housing, a 60 unit independent senior housing facility in the Sun Valley district of the City of Los Angeles. The project features over 5,500 sq. ft. of recreation space for the seniors.