Santa Monica Housing Office - Pacific Landing

New Below Market Housing Opportunity Available on Lincoln + Pacific!

If you earn low income, you may be eligible to rent an apartment in the brand-new Pacific Landing building opening in fall of 2021!

The building is located at 2120 Lincoln Boulevard and is being constructed by Community Corporation of Santa Monica*, with a $9.5 million investment from the City of Santa Monica.


There are 36 apartments at Pacific Landing: 18 one-bedrooms, 8 two-bedrooms, and 10 three-bedrooms, and all are required to be affordable to households earning between 30 percent and 80 percent of the area median incomeSeveral apartments will be designed for persons with mobility, vision, or hearing accessibility needs.

Who is eligible?

To be eligible for this property, applicants must:

Earn minimum income, before taxes, per year of $19,000ߤ and no more than the below amount:

Household Size  1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Max Income  $66,240   $75,680   $85,120   $94,560   $102,160   $109,760   $117,280

    ߤno minimum income for households with a Section 8 voucher

    Priority will be given to applicants who: 

    • Live or work in Santa Monica. To be eligible for this priority, the head of household must meet ONE of the following:
      1. Live in Santa Monica;
      2. Work in Santa Monica at least 25 hours per week (or did prior to March 1, 2020, but lost employment due to COVID-19-related reasons);
      3. Participate in an approved job training program in Santa Monica;
      4. Have last worked at least 25 hours per week in Santa Monica and now receive unemployment, worker’s compensation, vocational rehabilitation benefits, disability benefits, or retirement benefits from the City of Santa Monica.

    Please note that you do not need to live or work in Santa Monica to apply to Pacific Landing; priority will be give to those who do, but all households are encouraged to apply. If you have already applied to the Below Market Housing waitlist, you do not need to reapply to referred for this opportunity. 


    Please note that vacancies in the Pacific Landing building are required to  be  filled through the City of Santa Monica’s Below Market Housing (BMH) program  waitlist . By applying to the BMH program, you will be notified  of all apartment vacancies for which you are eligible. However, if you are interested in Pacific Landing only, you can simply opt out of any other opportunities for which you are notified.

    *Community Corporation of Santa Monica is a non-profit organization that restores, builds, and manages affordable housing for people of modest means. Founded by community leaders in 1982, Community Corp. has built or restored more than 80 properties throughout Santa Monica, creating over 1,800 affordable homes and transforming the lives of more than 4,000 people every year.

    For help paying rent through vouchers and other housing  programs  visit:  

    If you do not meet the requirements listed above for Pacific Landing, you can still apply for the Below Market Housing waitlist for other housing opportunities at  

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