This innovative 69-unit micro apartment project serves to bring greater housing optionality and accessibility to a vibrant urban environment that can benefit from becoming more socioeconomically diverse. In collaboration with the developer who have delivered many similar housing projects in Seattle and led the micro housing movement, Steinberg Hart has designed one of the first micro apartment projects in Los Angeles.
With a site area of 8,000 SF, slightly larger than a typical single family parcel in LA and at an average of 375 square feet per unit, the project will house more than 20 times the residents compared to the density of a single family house.
Most of these units are targeted toward moderate-income households earning up to 120 percent of the area median income, with eight of the apartments would be set aside as deed-restricted affordable housing at the extremely low-income level.
Using the City of LA’s Transit Oriented Communities program, the project proposes zero parking for the residential units and leverages the rich transit options available, including the Hollywood and Highland Metro Red Line station one block away. Ample common space and dedicated bike parking ensures quality of life for residents in the heart of Hollywood.