West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation has completed construction of Westmore Linden, a new supportive housing development in the Pico-Union neighborhood.  

The project, located on an L-shaped site at the intersection of Pico Boulevard and Westmoreland Avenue, consists of two buildings featuring 93 apartments, including 15 reserved for formerly homeless persons, and the remainder for low- and very low-income seniors.  

Urban Architecture Lab designed the project, which consists of two buildings standing seven and three stories in height.  The project includes a podium-level amenity deck in addition to on-site supportive services.

Rents for the studio and one-bedroom apartments are set between $783 and $1,175 per month.

West Hollywood Community Housing is also in the midst of construction on Elden Elms, a similar affordable housing development located on a neighboring site at the intersection of Pico and Elden Avenue.

The non-profit developer has also proposed two additional supportive housing projects in Pico-Union - Mariposa Lily and Berendo Sage.

Interested in finding affordable housing? Visit housing.lacity.org.