Living at Luminus@Evermont

Luminus@Evermont is anticipated to complete construction in winter 2024. 58 units will serve households referred through the Coordinated Entry System. The remaining 60 units will be filled through a general application process near construction completion. Income and other restrictions will apply.

Application information for Luminus@Evermont, is not currently available. however, should you wish to sign up for the property mailing list please submit the form below and we will email you an electronic flier once the project nears completion.

If you prefer to correspond via mail, please send a postcard with your name, address, and phone number to: Luminus@Evermont, PO Box 240, San Francisco, CA 94104

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    BRIDGE Housing is partnering with the Coalition for Responsible Community Development (CRCD) and Primestor to develop this mixed-use, transit-oriented affordable housing development.

    • Los Angeles

    Luminus@Evermont will offer 118 affordable homes for families with low incomes, including nearly half of the apartments reserved for permanent supportive housing. The property will consist of one-, two-, and three-bedrooms apartments.

    Together with Vista@Evermont, this new mixed-use development will deliver 180 affordable homes for seniors and families, retail stores, a transit plaza, and a Metro training facility.

    Development Partner: CRCD
    Retail Partner: Primestor
    Architects: TCA Architects and Walker Consultants
    General Contractor: Suffolk Construction Company, Inc.
    Financial Partners for Housing: County of Los Angeles; California Department of Housing and Community Development; California Climate Investments (funded through the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund) Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program through the Strategic Growth Council and the California Department of Housing and Community Development; Citi Community Capital; Enterprise Neighborhood Partners; JP Morgan Chase; California Tax Credit Allocation Committee; California Debt Limit Allocation Committee


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