HOUSING - CITY OF WEST HOLLYWOOD
INCLUSIONARY HOUSING PROGRAM
The City of West Hollywood administers a program in which a percentage of newly constructed apartments are made available to low and moderate income households. The low income wait list is currently closed, but there is an open wait list for moderate income and applications are available at West Hollywood City Hall or at ww.weho.org/housing (moderate income is considered $45,155-$57,693 for one person households and higher for larger households). If you are already on a wait list and want to check your status or update your information (income, current address) call the John Stewart Company at (213) 787-2735.
NEW HOUSING PROJECTS IN WEST HOLLYWOOD - JULY 2015 UPDATE
The Huxley & The Dylan (Essex Monarch Develoments) are 75 affordable units in two new mixed-use projects atLa Brea & Fountain and La Brea & Santa Monica. Wait lists are closed. For more information contact Essex at (323) 461-9346.
Movietown Project & Domain West Hollywood are projects are under construction at the former Trader Joe’s site (Santa Monica/Poinsettia) and Faith Plating site (Santa Monica/Formasa). They will include affordable housing for low-income seniors at Movietown and inclusionary housing units at
Domain. No applications being taken at this time and more
information will be available in 2016.
HOUSING FOR SENIORS AND/OR LOW INCOME
AFFORDABLE LIVING FOR THE AGING
(323) 650- 7988 (Select Option #2)
Roommate referral services, shared housing and co-op living for Seniors. Their newest building is the Janet L. Witkin Center @ 937 Fairfax Ave. (17 units for low-income seniors). Matching for younger persons with older persons is also available.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES (HACoLA)
(800) 731-4663 or (626) 262-4510
Section 8—Section 8 assists low-income households to obtain affordable, privately-owned rental housing and to increase their housing choices. The waiting list is currently closed. If you have Section 8 already and have questions, contact your case manager.
Public Housing—There are 64 buildings in LA County including three in West Hollywood (838 West Knoll, 959 N. Palm, 800-801 N. Kings). Please contact the HACoLA for more information on how to apply.
TRIANGLE SQUARE APARTMENTS (LGBT)
GLEH is a non-profit that provides affordable and safe residential communities for LGBT older adults, including Triangle Square, a 104-unit building located in Hollywood.
GOLDRICH AND KEST
Developer and management company with housing options citywide. List of HUD subsidized units available. The 1222 N. Fairfax Blvd. building in West Hollywood has a long waiting list. You may obtain an application at 1222 N. Fairfax Blvd.
(310) 475-6083 or (310) 477-1476
Menorah Housing Foundation is subsidized by HUD and owns and manages 18 senior apartment buildings throughout Los Angeles County (including one at 1123 N. Fuller Ave. in West Hollywood). Must be 62 years of age or older at time of application with annual earnings of 50% less of Area Median Income ($28,550 maximum income for one person households, $32,600 maximum for two person households). Application periods are announced by public notice in local newspapers, senior centers and other community sites. Applicants are selected by lottery for placement on a waiting list.
WEST HOLLYWOOD COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION
7530 Santa Monica Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90046-6407
(323) 650-8771 & (323) 650-5901 (24 hour information line)
A non-profit housing developer that builds, rehabilitates and manages housing in West Hollywood for lower-income families, seniors and persons living with disabilities including HIV/AIDS. There are currently 15 housing developments in West Hollywood.
HOUSING FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS
AIDS PROJECT LOSANGELES—HOUSING SUPPORT SERVICES
611 S. Kingsley Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90005
Appointment Line - (213) 201-1637 (Checked Daily)
AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) Residential Services Program administers the HOPWA Program (See “Housing Opportunities for People Living with AIDS” in this section) and provides people living with HIV/AIDS the necessary resources to find and maintain permanent housing. Walk in hours are Mon., Weds. and Friday from 10am-4pm.
CHIRP/LA (a program of PAWS/LA)
1150 S. Hope St. Suite A
Los Angeles, CA 90015
CHIRP/LA (Comprehensive Housing Information & Referrals for People Living with HIV/AIDS) is a program of PAWS/LA that provides free housing referrals and information for emergency, transitional, permanent housing and other support services.
HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH AIDS (HOPWA)
Aid for AIDS AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA)
(323) 656-1107 Appointment Line — (213) 201-1637
www.aidforaids.net (Appointment Line checked daily)
Offers short term assistance for utilities , security deposits and rent. Subsidized housing program available through APLA.
PROJECT NEW HOPE
Provides affordable housing as well as vocational services to low and moderate individuals and families living with AIDS/HIV.
WEST HOLLYWOOD COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION
(See Listing above under “Housing - Seniors and/or Low Income”)
HOUSING OUTSIDE WEST HOLLYWOOD
HOLLYWOOD COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION
Provides affordable housing in the Hollywood area for low and moderate income seniors, families, and persons living with AIDS/HIV.
SANTA MONICA COMMUNITY HOUSING CORPORATION
A non-profit housing developer that builds and manages affordable housing in Santa Monica. They serve lower income families and households offering studios to 4-bedrooms.