PROP HHH, Santa Monica/Vermont Housing Breaks Ground Above Metro Station

Another #PropHHH project breaks ground!

When completed, the Santa Monica & Vermont Apartments (SMV) will be a six-story high, mixed-use affordable housing site atop the Line B Santa Monica/Vermont Ave metro station.

The site is located at 1021 North Vermont Avenue, in Council District 13, and will be 100% affordable housing with a total of 187 units. The developer is nonprofit organization, Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC) and architectural firm, Koning Eizenberg Architecture.

All of the 187 restricted residential units will be dedicated to households at or below 50% of AMI; with 50% to low income persons/families and the other 50% will be reserved as supportive housing (SH) for homeless persons/families. The units will split between two buildings and will include studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom units. The ground floor will include a food court, health clinic, bike spaces and underground parking and more.

Keep up with #PropHHH progress, visit the Prop HHH Progress Report updated monthly: housing.lacity.org/housing/hhh-progress. The tracker includes interactive and downloadable data.

Prop HHH, housing the unsheltered and rebuilding lives.

By Sandra Mendoza

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