The property at Eastern Ave and Lombardy Blvd has been vacant and deteriorating for many years, leaving a gap in an otherwise vibrant residential block on Mallory St, Lombardy Blvd and Harmony Lane in El Sereno.

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Maintain the Character of El Sereno


Vista El Sereno models the community character through appropriate scale and design, and creates more homeownership opportunities for families.

The additional homes will support the preservation of stable single-family neighborhoods and is designed to have a harmonious relationship between residential and local businesses.

Strengthen the Local Economy with New Investment


Benefits

Local businesses on Eastern Ave and Huntington Blvd, all of which play an important role in the fabric of the El Sereno community, will benefit with new families joining the community and becoming new customers.

Money Generated

Vista El Sereno will bring more than $500,000 per year in new added property tax revenue, over $1 million in taxes and fees in one year and create at least 165 construction jobs.

Consistency

This project will add much-needed housing stock for the City and is designed to maintain the character of the surrounding neighborhood.

Improve El Sereno’s Existing Parks and Youth Recreation Programs


Local parks will flourish with an infusion of $450,000 in funding towards improvements and programs at local parks.

Vista El Sereno will work collaboratively with residents and decision-makers to ensure the community has a role in deciding where funds are needed the most.

Enhance The Safety Of The Neighborhood Sustainably


Safety

Vista El Sereno will improve the safety of the neighborhood. With more neighbors and well-lit walkways, the opportunity for vagrancy, trash dumping, fire and crime will be reduced.

Features

Sustainable features include EV charging spaces, programmable thermostats, tankless water heaters, energy-efficient appliances and drought-resistance plants.

Commitment

We are committed to minimizing construction impacts by adhering to LAMC “Good Neighbor Construction Practices.”