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AFFORDABLE HOUSING

LTSC CDC (Little Tokyo Service Center) has a commitment to manage affordable housing properties in greater Los Angeles area. We currently have communities in Little Tokyo, Chinatown, Echo Park and Koreatown. Our senior housing buildings are in Torrance and Sun Valley.

These areas are divided into hubs which you can apply to individually.



ELIGIBILITY

Eligibility is based on income and the size of the family. A family must have a total family income below the limit. Each building has a different set of restrictive AMI (Area Median Income) limits. We also review credit and criminal history, eviction, and previous landlord recommendations.

The income limits listed below are current as of January 2013, but may change without notice.

Eligible income limits require your income be below a specified AMI (area median income)

Family

Income limits

Size

35% AMI

50% AMI

60% AMI

1

$20,930

$29,900

$35,880

2

$23,940

$34,200

$41,040

3

$26,915

$38,450

$46,140

4

$29,890

$42,700

$51,240

5

$32,305

$46,150

$55,380

6

$34,685

$49,550

$59,460

7

$37,065

$52,950

$63,540

8

$39,480

$56,400

$67,680

RENT AMOUNTS

Affordable housing rents are not determined by household income. You must show you are able to pay rent when due and take care of the apartment.

If the community is supported by subsidies from HUD or HACLA, the rents are based on income.

Only these properties participate in a subsidy program: Palm Village (seniors), JCI Gardens (seniors), PHD Apartments, Menlo Family Apartments (special needs) and Far East (special needs).

HOW TO APPLY FOR HOUSING

Step 1: Identify which buildings you are interested in and submit a pre-application form to the hub site of your preference listed below. After the fully completed form is submitted, you will be put on the waiting list. Click here to download a pre-application form.

Step 2: When your name comes to the top of the waiting list, we will contact you by mail to ask you to pick up a full application.

Step 3: Submit a full application. The office will run a credit check and review your personal background and residential history. We may ask you to submit additional documents throughout the application process.

Little Tokyo Hub

The Little Tokyo Hub is Located at 231 E. 3rd Street, LA, CA 90013 or call (213) 621-3003. 

Casa Heiwa
231 E. 3rd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Unit size: studios- 4 bedrooms
AMI Range: 35% to 50% 

San Pedro Firm Building
112 Judge John Aiso Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Unit size: all studios
AMI Range: 50% to 60%


Far East Building
349 E. 1st Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Unit size: studios & 1 bedroom
AMI Range: 35% to 50% 

Koreatown Hub

The Koreatown Hub office is located at 1400 S. Kenmore Ave. #7, LA, CA 90006 or call (213) 382-3100.

KYC Apartments
3987 West 7th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90005
Unit size: studio- 4 bedrooms
AMI Range: 35% to 60%

PHD Apartments
Scattered Sites in Koreatown
Los Angeles, CA 90006
Unit size: studio- 2 bedrooms
AMI Range: 30% to 50%
HUD Section 8 Subsidized

Echo Park + Chinatown Hub

The Echo Park/Chinatown Hub is located at 1336 Angelina Street, LA, CA 90026 or contact (213)482-1600.

Angelina Apartments
1336 Angelina St
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Unit size: 2-4 bedrooms
AMI Range: 34% to 39%

Cesar Chavez Gardens
555 W. Cesar Chavez Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Unit size: 1-4 bedrooms
AMI Range: 35% to 50%

Casanova Gardens
433 Casanova Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Unit size: 2-4 bedrooms
AMI Range: 35% to 50%


Menlo Hub

The Menlo Hub is located at 1230 Menlo Avenue, LA, CA 90006 or 213-388-8572.

Reno Apartments
340 S. Reno Street
Los Angeles, CA 90057
Unit size: all studios
AMI Range: 35% to 50% 

Menlo Family Apartments
1230 S. Menlo Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90006
Unit size: 1-3 bedrooms
AMI Range: 30% to 50%


Palm Village Senior Housing

Contact the Palm Village office at (818)768-2527

Please note that the waiting list may be closed at the time you are interested in applying for this building.

9050 N. Laurel Canyon Boulevard
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Unit size: all 1 Bedrooms
AMI Range: 50%

JCI Gardens Senior Housing

Contact the JCI office at (310)515-3642
Please note that the waiting list may be closed at the time you are interested in applying for this building.

2000 W. 162nd Street
Torrance, CA 90504
Unit size: all 1 Bedrooms
AMI Range: 50%

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What if I’m interested in all of the housing properties you have listed?

If you are interested in more than one hub, you must submit a pre-application for each hub site.

How long does it take to receive a postcard when you are on the waiting list?

One to five years, sometimes longer. The waiting period for housing varies depending on the type of unit you prefer, the size of your family, and the length of the waiting list at the buildings you have selected.

How long is the application process once I am contacted and have submitted a full application?

Typically two to four weeks. The length of the application process varies depending on management receiving verification of income, assets, and previous housing.

How do I change my address or update my information?

If you want to update your information, go to the hub site where you placed a pre-application form and submit a form stating that you are changing your address or information.

Does LTSC CDC verify personal information?

Yes. During the application process, we will need to verify credit records, all sources of income, residential history as well as any criminal history. We will keep everything confidential and will not disclose your information to others.

Are pets allowed in the housing properties?

No, pets are not allowed in our multi- family properties. However, certain pets are allowed in our senior housing properties. Please see us for more detail.

LTSC CDC complies with all federal, state, and local Fair Housing regulations.

Equal Housing Opportunity