North Hollywood Garden Apartments, 6724 Tujunga Avenue, North Hollywood, CA 91606 

What is the project?

The North Hollywood Garden Apartments Project is part of a new VOALA transitional housing program.  The project will add 49 new one- and two-bedroom housing units, along with additional parking.


What’s the purpose of the project?

The new units will be prioritized for families whose life circumstances have left them without a place to live. VOALA will oversee and provide supportive services to these families in need to help them get back on their feet and move into permanent housing.


Where will the new units be located?

These new units will be placed behind existing units to preserve the area’s historic designation. Construction of the new units will be done in phases to minimize any disruption to existing tenants.


When does construction begin?

Construction is tentatively scheduled to begin sometime in June.


How will this affect my apartment?

The construction will not affect your apartment.


Will this affect my parking space?

YES. Tenants will receive a letter with a new parking location when construction starts in their specific area.


How long will the construction take?

Construction will be done in phases to minimize disruption to tenants. Completion of the entire project will take approximately one year once started.


Will the community garden still be available?

YES. The community garden will remain during construction.


Who can I contact if I have concerns or more questions?

If you have any concerns or further questions before or during construction, please call (888) 684-NOHO (6646)





Historical Property Status

The North Hollywood Apartments was historically known as North Hollywood Manor. As part of SurveyLA, North Hollywood Manor was determined eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP), the California Register of Historical Resources (CRHR), and as a City of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument for its architectural significance.

North Hollywood Manor was designed and constructed between 1949 and 1950. The property was designed by Heth Wharton and Ralph Vaughn in a Minimal Traditional style. Vaughn was an African American draftsman and movie set designer who received his architectural license after the completion of North Hollywood Manor. Wharton was listed as the project architect and Vaughn as the stylist; this team was responsible for two other designated garden apartment complexes from the same period, Lincoln Place and Chase Knolls Garden Apartments (both Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments).


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Additional PDF documents:


Tenant Letter   •   Neighborhood Letter   •   Media Release


Tenant Letter   •   Neighborhood Letter   •   Media Release

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