NoHo Senior Villas

5525-5529 Klump Avenue
Los Angeles, California

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KCET on homelessness and aging

Wanda, 63, was homeless before moving into CBH’s NoHo Senior Villas. “Living on the street as a senior is no joke.”

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NoHo Senior Villas is a senior community in the North Hollywood Arts District. The site is in close walking distance to the Metro Red Line subway, Metro Orange Line bus way, and a variety of restaurants, shops, and other amenities. NoHo Senior Villas is a beautiful, newly constructed five-story building designed to meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Platinum standards. The ground floor features a landscaped courtyard, a lobby, conference room and a community room furnished with a public kitchen, two computer stations, and a TV lounge. Offices are dedicated for on-site resident service coordinators, case managers and property management. The roof features a landscape deck, patio furniture, community edible garden, and a laundry room. The ground floor courtyard offers a shade tree, patio furniture and a fountain. An on-grade, gated and covered parking lot is located away from the street in the rear of the building and offers 24 regular and two handicapped parking spaces, as well as several bike racks.

This permanent supportive housing community of 49 apartments is completely ADA accessible, with four apartments designed for those with mobility, vision, or hearing impairments. All apartments are reserved for households with at least one member who is age 55 or older and whose incomes range from 25% to 60% of the area median income. 18 apartments are reserved for chronically homeless households living with mental illness. These 18 units are supported by an operating subsidy from the California Mental Health Services Act. PATH Ventures coordinates the provision of both on-site and off-site supportive services, and San Fernando Community Mental Health Center provides mental health services. The John Stewart Company provides on-site property management.

At A Glance

Co-developers: Clifford Beers Housing and PATH Ventures
Architect: Killefer Flamang Architects
General Contractor: Dreyfuss Construction
Property Management: Levine Management Company
Support Services: PATH Ventures
Mental Health Services: San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center
Completion Date: October 2012
Tenant Mix: 100% Seniors with income of 30%-60% AMI
Apartments: 48 one-bedroom apartments and 1 two-bedroom manager’s apartment
Rental Rates: 18 units @ 25% AMI, 12 units @ 30% AMI, 5 units @ 50% AMI, 13 units at 60% AMI
Apartment Size: Approximately 550 sq. ft.
Funding Sources: Governor’s Homeless Initiative Loan, Mental Health Services Act Capital Loan, Los Angeles Housing Department HCID, Affordable Housing Program, Nine Percent Low Income Housing Tax Credit Equity
Total Development Cost: $16,500,000


“Award of Merit for Best Seniors Housing Community” by Gold Nugget Award (2013)

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