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Hope Village

1001 S. Hope Street
Los Angeles, California 90015


66 Units:
17 one-bedroom
18 two-bedroom
31 three-bedrooms


Description. Hope Village is a family project in the South Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, two blocks from L.A. Live entertainment district and Staples Center. Hope Village includes a licensed child care center for low-income families serving children ages 6 weeks to 5 years operated by California Children’s Academy. Other on-site programs for residents and community members include a visiting nurse from California Hospital Medical Center and Kid City South Park, a program for children and youth operated by First United Methodist Church of Los Angeles and Los Angeles United Methodist Urban Foundation.


The South Park Neighborhood:  Click here to read more about the South Park neighborhood.


Children’s Services. Many Hope Village Kids attend Kid City Hope Place, a successful after-school program located on site. To read more about Kid City, click here. Hope Village also supports a licensed childcare center, Pueblo de Esperanza, operated by California Children’s Academy; it serves children ages 6 weeks to 5 years of age. 


Health Services. A local parish health nurse employed by California Hospital visits adult residents quarterly to help residents meet their individual health needs. 


Council District #14:  Click here to read more about Council District #14.


Residency Requirements:
All units are rent restricted to individuals and families earning 60% or less of Area Median Income.


Co-managed by:   

1010 Development Corporation and Barker Management Inc. 


Completed: 2001
Architect: Togawa and Smith, Inc.
Contractor: American Constructors California, Inc.
Financial Consultant: Inclusive Homes, Inc.


Our Financial Partners:
City of Los Angeles Housing Department
Community Redevelopment Agency, Los Angeles
Edison Capital
Bank of America
Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco
Los Angeles United Methodist Urban Foundation
Weingart Foundation
Los Angeles Community Development Department
Bank of America Foundation














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