|Sammy Davis Jr. Manor|
Sammy Davis Jr. Manor is a 46-studio unit apartment building located on the eastern edge of Koreatown. The property is owned by Koreatown Youth & Community Center (KYCC), a community-based nonprofit organization. KYCC purchased this bank REO property with a loan from the City of Los Angeles Housing Department. Acquisition and renovation costs totaled $975,000. The mostly vacant building was renovated and occupied in 2000, providing housing for low-income seniors and other individuals and couples. In 2012, the U.S. Department of Energy provided funds for an energy retrofit of the Sammy Davis Jr. Manor that included lighting, plumbing fixtures, CO sensors, microwaves, and weather-stripping in all apartment units.
46 units (45 studio units, 1 studio manager’s unit)
Low-income households (35% - 50% AMI).
Predevelopment / Acquisition
Construction / Permanent