The City of West Hollywood requires 20% of multi-unit residential projects to be reserved for lower income, and moderate income households. Inclusionary units must be dispersed throughout the building and in most cases include the same finishes and appliances as other units. The number of inclusionary units is based on total units in the development, unless the applicant requests a state housing bonus (SB 1818). Residential projects with 10 or fewer units must include one inclusionary unit, or the applicant has the option of paying the Affordable Housing In-lieu Fee. The City annually adjusts the incomes, rents and sales prices for inclusionary units effective September 1 - August 31 of the following year. [Income, Rent, Sales Price Schedule].
For more information, call (323) 848-6851.
- Inclusionary Housing Information for Developers
- Affordable Housing Trust Fund - Established in 1986, the Housing Trust Fund was created to off-set development impacts and generate additional resources to meet the increasing need for affordable housing.