20116 Sherman Way, Winnetka, Los Angeles, CA 91306
Palm Vista Apartments is a 91-unit project with a mix of one- and two-bedrooms for families and individuals. 89 apartments will be income restricted, of which 54 will be reserved for households with special needs (earning at or below 30% AMI), 35 apartments will be set aside for low-income households (earning at or below 50% of AMI). 2 two-bedroom apartments will be for on-site resident managers. Amenities will include community spaces, onsite laundry, and open spaces.
For Lease Starting March 10, 2023
Download application here.
Hollywood Community Housing is pleased to announce that Palm Vista Apartments is accepting applications starting on March 10th for its new affordable housing property on 20116 Sherman Way in Los Angeles, California.
Palm Vista has 91-units comprised of 58 one-bedrooms and 33 two-bedrooms. Two units will be for on-site managers. There will be 16 accessible units available. (11 Mobility units and 5 Sensory units)
Only 45 of these units will be available via computerized lottery. The rest of the units will be referral based.
Household sizes will range from two to five people with annual household incomes up to $64,350 and up to 50% AMI. Note: Income and Rent limits are adjusted each year by the State to account for economic factors such as inflation.
We will be accepting applications from March 10 - April 30, 2023. A physical copy of the application can be requested by sending an inquiry to:
APPLICATION REQUEST P.O. Box 650 Los Angeles, CA 90078
The information above is also available in English and Spanish at 877-439-7924.
All completed applications must be postmarked and mailed by April 30, 2023 to be entered into the computerized lottery occurring on Thursday May 18th 2023.
Please send your completed application to COMPLETED P.O. Box 650 Los Angeles, CA 90078
Lastly, you can also apply for accessible units online at: accesshousingla.org.
This housing is offered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender identity and expression, familial status, national origin, citizenship status, immigrant status, primary language, marital status, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, disability, source of income (including receipt of Section 8 and other similar vouchers), genetic information, military or veteran status, arbitrary characteristics, or any other basis currently or subsequently prohibited by law.
A person with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation (a reasonable change in policies), a reasonable structural modification, an accessible unit or the provision of auxiliary aids and services, in order to have equal access to a housing program. If you or anyone in your household has a disability, and because of that disability requires a specific accommodation, modification or auxiliary aids or services to fully use our housing services, please contact our staff for a reasonable accommodation form.