Housing

In 2013, when KYCC opened our most recent affordable housing building–the Menlo Family Apartments—there were over 2,000 applications for 60 units. This clear and overwhelming response illustrated a deep need for affordable housing for the low-income households who reside in our community.

Today, KYCC owns eight different buildings with a total of 209 units in Koreatown. Our commitment to providing affordable housing properties and services began in the wake of the 1992 Los Angeles Riots, when over a thousand buildings across Koreatown were destroyed.

Our Menlo Family Apartments provide permanent and supportive housing for previously homeless families, families with children with mental illness, transition age youth, and low-income families. Not only do we provide our residents with a safe and decent place to live, but we also offer mental health and financial services to our tenants, on site. The Menlo Family Center, located on the first floor of the building, also hosts afterschool programs for elementary, middle and high school students, some who reside in the building and others who live in the neighboring community.

As Koreatown develops, we are committed to protecting and offering affordable units in our neighborhood. KYCC recognizes that an affordable and secure place for individuals and families to live allows them the much-needed stability to grow to their fullest potential.

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Reno Apartments

340 S. Reno St.
Los Angeles, CA 90005

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Professional Housing and Development Apartments (PHD)

1020 S. Kingsley Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90006

1400 S. Kenmore Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90006

1401 S. Arlington Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90019

1745 W. 20th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90007

1810 Magnolia Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90007

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Menlo Family Apartments

1230 S. Menlo Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90007

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KYC Apartments

680 South Wilton Place
Los Angeles, CA 90005

How to Apply for Housing

Pick up an application packet (Resident Selection Criteria, Occupancy Policy, Waiting List Policy, and a Waiting List Interest Form) from the following locations:

KYCC Administrative Office
3727 West 6th Street, Suite 300
Los Angeles, CA 90020

KYCC Wilton Center
680 South Wilton Place
Los Angeles, CA 90005

Or you may download the electronic version of the Waiting List Interest Form here:

Complete a Waiting List Interest Form. If you are interested in more than one building, you must submit a form for each location.

Please mail or return your completed Waiting List Interest Form(s) to our Administrative Office, Wilton Office, or Little Tokyo Service Center, 231 East 3rd Street, G-106, Los Angeles, CA 90013

You will be notified if your application has been accepted. If you do not hear from us, your name will be placed on a wait list and we will contact you once a unit becomes available. Your name will remain on the wait list, and wait list times can take 1-10 years. Availability and waiting periods vary on the type of unit, which building you selected, and your family size.

KYCC complies with federal, state and local Fair Housing regulations

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