High Place West

2345 Virginia Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90404

Waiting List Forecast: Likely Short or None

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Waitlist Forecast

Since this property is a LIHTC property that might not have a project based rental assistance contract, it is likely that it either has no waiting list or the waiting list is shorter than properties with rental assistance. You should contact the property to verify.

Note: Affordable Housing Online has not confirmed the waiting list status directly with the property. This waiting list status forecast is based on our housing experts' knowledge of similar properties. You should always confirm this status directly with the property.

1,2 & 3 bedroom units located in Santa Monica, CA.

High Place West apartments was the first of two phases of this development for Community Corporation of Santa Monica. High Place West is a Type I 47-unit affordable housing complex with a playground, community center, and laundry facilities on the premises. Morley provided general contracting services and self-performed structural concrete installation for both phases of construction. Installation of sustainable design elements was a collaborative process with the design team for drawing updates and phasing of a solar photovoltaic system, a solar hot water system, LED lighting, and drought resistant landscaping.

Dave's Thoughts On High Place West

This LIHTC property is among the most common types of affordable rental housing in the United States. The LIHTC program only provides subsidies to the building’s owner at construction. No subsidies are provided directly to the residents, but the owner must set rents affordable to low-income renters in the area. Our data suggests High Place West does not participate in any project-based rent subsidy program. This means you must earn enough to pay the full rent or have your own Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher. For that reason, LIHTC properties tend to have shorter waiting lists or even none at all. LIHTC properties nationwide are required to accept housing vouchers. LIHTC properties were first built in the late 1980's. Because they tend to be newer, these properties are more likely to have larger units, more amenities, and greater tenant service offerings than other affordable housing programs. This property might be right for you if you have a housing voucher or enough income to pay rent, are looking for a high quality property, or need immediate availability. Since this property participates in the LIHTC program, the property is required to accept Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers. As a LIHTC property that chose the 40/60 election, this property has agreed to set aside at least 40% of its units for families and individuals earning 60% of Area Median Income (AMI). Many properties have actually set aside more units than required by law, and in many cases all of the units at these properties are affordable to renters with lower incomes. Since this property participates in the LIHTC program, the property is required to accept Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers.

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High Place West Amenities

  • Playground
  • Community Room
  • Laundry Facilities

Income Qualification for High Place West

*AMI: Area Median Income. Renters qualify for different housing programs if their income is below a specified percentage of AMI.
AMI* 1 person 2 people 3 people 4 people 5 people 6 people 7 people 8 people
50% AMI for LIHTC Units $44,150 / year $50,450 / year $56,750 / year $63,050 / year $68,100 / year $73,150 / year $78,200 / year $83,250 / year
50% AMI for PBRA Units $44,150 / year $50,450 / year $56,750 / year $63,050 / year $68,100 / year $73,150 / year $78,200 / year $83,250 / year
60% AMI for LIHTC Units $52,980 / year $60,540 / year $68,100 / year $75,660 / year $81,720 / year $87,780 / year $93,840 / year $99,900 / year

*AMI: Area Median Income. Renters qualify for different housing programs if their income is below a specified percentage of AMI.

FAQs for High Place West

Does High Place West have a waiting list?

High Place West probably doesn't have a waiting list, and, if it does, the wait times are most likely short. We haven't confirmed if this is the case, so you should contact the property to confirm.

Are rents subsidized at High Place West?

We believe rents are most likely NOT subsidized at any of the units at this property since our research has not discovered any public housing or rental assistance contracts associated with this property. This means you will most likely have to pay the full rent no matter your income. Note: In some rare instances, some properties may have a small number of units subsidized through state or private programs.

In addition to High Place West, how many other affordable housing properties (and units) are there in Santa Monica?

In addition to High Place West, we list 43 other affordable properties in Santa Monica. Learn about these properties here. Our data research shows that there are a total of 1968 affordable units in Santa Monica.

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Rent observations may change. We encourage users to verify rents and eligiblity requirements directly with the property.