WHAT WE DO

West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation builds new apartment buildings and has renovated older ones that provide housing and services to lower-and-fixed-income people using environmentally sustainable materials and other components that protect the environment. WHCHC has apartment communities in the Cities of West Hollywood, Los Angeles and Glendale. We maintain a development pipeline of two to three projects in predevelopment and construction. Please view our project gallery to find out more about our affordable apartment communities.

BLUE HIBISCUS

BLUE HIBISCUS

COMMUNITY IMPACTS

WHCHC apartment communities range in size from eight units to 93 units. Each building is unique and designed to seamlessly fit within the community. Our buildings are environmentally sensitive and architecturally distinguished in order to reflect and complement their surrounding neighborhoods. After buildings are completed, we maintain a high standard of asset management and take pride in the way our developments enhance the neighborhoods in which they are built.

RESIDENT IMPACTS

The impacts of the lives of people who live in affordable housing is remarkable. Many of our residents had been struggling for many years. The majority of our residents are extremely low- income and fall below the federal poverty line. Once they receive the keys to their new WHCHC apartment, a sense of relief and feelings of safety and security help them to stabilize their lives. The critical resident services available to all residents free-of-charge help to keep them housed and thrive.

Our residents reflect the diversity of Los Angeles and include people of every race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical capability, mental ability, and veteran status.

WHCHC serves:

  • Seniors
  • Families
  • Individuals
  • People with special needs
  • People with mental illness
  • People with chronic health conditions 
  • People with HIV/AIDS
  • LGBT community
  • People experiencing homelessness
  • Trasition-age youth
Ken
Juan and I are so grateful to not be priced out of our neighborhood and our community.

Ken, Blue Hibiscus Resident