Santa Monica/Vermont Project

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LTSC is partnering with Los Angeles County Metro Transit Authority to build 160-200 affordable units and approximately 15,000-20,000 square feet of commercial and social service space at the Vermont/Santa Monica station.

About the Project

Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC) is a non-profit social service organization and affordable housing developer that has been improving the lives of individuals and families for over 38 years

LTSC has developed approximately 1,000 units of affordable and permanent supportive housing in Greater Los Angeles. Currently we are partnering with the Los Angeles County Metro Transit Authority (Metro) to build 160-200 affordable units and approximately 15,000-20,000 square feet of commercial and social service space at the Vermont/Santa Monica station. All the units will be affordable for low-income households, with half of all units reserved for homeless individuals and families.

In April, LTSC initiated a community engagement process to introduce our organization and invite community input. Please share ideas for the project on the form included on this webpage. Your input is valuable and will influence the development process as it proceeds. Fill out the form to help us build transit-oriented, affordable housing and commercial spaces that meet the needs of communities.

In addition, please check this website periodically for announcement of stakeholder focus groups.

Click here to read LTSC’s Real Estate Portfolio.

Rental Information

2017 Area Median Income (AMI)*

2017 Rent Limits*

*Both AMI and rent limits change annually.

Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Metropolitan Area Income Limits

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Upcoming Events

LTSC affordable housing project tour: Thursday, June 28 at 10 a.m.

Please RSVP to Debbie Chen at dchen@ltsc.org