San Pedro Firm Building

112 Judge John Aiso (N. San Pedro) St. Los Angeles, CA 90012


The San Pedro Firm Building is a mixed-use nationally designated historic building which houses very low-income residents, four commercial storefronts and office space. The acquisition and rehabilitation of this 3-story, 80-year old building was completed in 1991 at a cost of $4.2 million. Approximately 62% of the residents are senior citizens. In 2011, LAHD funded a $167,051 energy retrofit of the San Pedro Firm Building that included heat pumps for commercial and common area spaces, lighting and plumbing fixtures in apartment units, and on-site laundry machines.

Unit Mix

42 units (41 studio units, 1 studio manager’s unit)


Low-income households (35% - 50% AMI).

Development Team

Lead Developer Abode Communities (Los Angeles Community Design Center)
Community Partner LTSC CDC
Equity Partner California Equity Fund
Architect Tazmann Associates
Contractor Tazmann Associates

Project Financing

Predevelopment / Acquisition

    • N/A

Construction / Permanent

    • California Department of Housing and Community Development
    • California Tax Credit Allocation Committee
    • Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles