In Mar Vista, developer Community Corp. of Santa Monica is putting the finishing touches on a more than $33.7-million affordable and supportive housing complex.
Vista Ballona, located on a previously vacant lot at 3960 Grand View Boulevard, consists of a six-story edifice that will feature 50 one- and two-bedroom apartments, reserved for households earning at or below 30 and 60 percent of the area median income. Plans also call for 12 units to be set aside for persons with developmental disabilities.
According to a June 2019 staff report to the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, the apartments were expected to command rents between $285 and $1,746 per month.
FSY Architects designed Vista Ballona.
Community Corp., which is a prolific developer of affordable housing in its hometown of Santa Monica, has recently ventured into ground-up developments in a handful of other Westside communities. Besides Vista Ballona, the non-profit developer is also planning a new supportive housing project in Westchester.
- Vista Ballona (Urbanize LA)
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