Property Management

SRO Housing Corporation offers clean, safe and affordable single room occupancy housing (emergency/short-term, transitional and permanent) for homeless and low-income individuals.

 

While some units consist of a sink, complete furnishings, linens and a refrigerator, others include a private bathroom and kitchenette. In general, anyone over the age of 18 without a permanent residence and with some form of steady income is eligible to live in an SRO Housing Corporation unit. Experienced and trained security staff monitor all sites 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A number of sites offer accommodations for older or frail adults (aged 55 years and over), people with stabilized chronic mental illness, those recovering from substance abuse, persons living with HIV/AIDS, persons with co-occurring disorders, and veterans.

Emergency Shelter

The Russ Hotel accepts clients from other agencies such as the Los Angeles County Department of Social Services, County Department of Health Services, County Department of Mental Health, LAHSA, etc. For more information,please visit the Social Services Info. Desk in the Russ Hotel lobby at 517 S. San Julian Street, Monday-Friday between 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. or call (213) 620-7146.

Russ Hotel

 

517 S. San Julian St.

Los Angeles, CA 90013

 

(213) 229-9655

 

Opened in 1989, it has 168 emergency-housing units.

 

Transitional Housing

Available for persons in recovery from substance abuse. For more information, please visit the Social Services Info. Desk in the Russ Hotel lobby at 517 S. San Julian Street, Monday-Friday between 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. or call (213) 620-7146.

Marshal House

 

523 S. San Julian St.

Los Angeles, CA, 90013

 

(213) 229-9685

 

Opened in 1995 and contains 74 transitional-housing units for individuals who are recovering from substance abuse and Veterans.

 

Permanent Supportive Housing

Available to people 18 years of age or older who have a form of steady income (through employment, General Relief, Supplemental Security Income, etc.) and do not have a permanent residence. Please contact the Rental Office at the Russ Hotel, 517 S. San Julian St. between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. or call (213) 229-9365 to apply for housing.

Angelus Inn

 

518 S. San Julian St.

Los Angeles, CA, 90013

 

(213) 229-9662

 

Opened in 1989 and contains 31 private units, 29 of which receive rental subsidies. It is a drug- and alcohol-free facility.

Brownstone

 

427 E. 5th St.

Los Angeles, CA, 90013

 

(213) 229-2805

 

Opened in 2003. It contains 48 studio apartments with bathroom and kitchenette for individuals with special needs. All apartments receive rental subsidies.

 

Carlton

 

534 S. Wall St.

Los Angeles, CA, 90013

 

(213) 229-9694

 

Opened in 1992 and contains 45 units. All units receive rental subsidies.

Courtland

 

520 S. Wall St.

Los Angeles, CA, 90013

 

(213) 229-9697

 

Opened in 1995 and contains 97 units. Four units are for individuals with special needs and receive rental subsidies.

 

Ellis

 

802 E. 6th St.

Los Angeles, CA, 90013

 

(213) 229-9665

 

Opened in 1989 and contains 56 units for at-risk elderly. 14 of these units are for individuals with special needs and receive rental subsidies.

Eugene

 

560 S. Stanford Ave.

Los Angeles, CA, 90013

 

(213) 229-2845

 

Opened in 2002. It contains 44 studio apartments with bathroom and kitchenette. All are for individuals with special needs and receive rental subsidies.

 

Florence

 

310 E. 5th St.

Los Angeles, CA, 90013

 

(213) 229-9659

 

Opened in 1986 with 61 units and was SRO Housing's first project. 55 units are for individuals with special needs and receive rental subsidies.

Ford

 

1000 E. 7th St.

Los Angeles, CA, 90021

 

 

This state-of-the-art building opened in 2011 with 150 contemporary studio apartments, each has a kitchenette and a full bathroom, including a bathtub.

Gateways Apartments

 

505 S. San Pedro St.

Los Angeles, CA, 90013

 

(213) 572-0251

 

Opened in 2013, the Gateways Apartments is new construction and is Gold LEED-Certified. Each of the 108 studio apartments feature kitchenette and full bathroom. 107 units are supportive housing for chronically homeless individuals and receive rental subsidies. One unit is for the on-site property manager.

 

 

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Harold

 

323 E. 5th St.

Los Angeles, CA, 90013

 

(213) 229-9660

 

The Harold Hotel opened in 1987 with 58 units. Forty three of the units are for individuals with special needs and receive rental subsidies.

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