Linc Communities

Since 1984, Linc has helped create nearly 9,000 affordable homes in thoughtfully designed communities throughout California.
Filter or view all properties below map and contact each property manager directly for apartment availability.

Filtre o vea todas las propiedades debajo del mapa y contacte el administrador de la propiedad directamente para preguntar sobre los apartamentos disponibles.
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I NEED AFFORDABLE HOUSING. HOW DOES IT WORK?

Linc Housing apartments' rents are restricted to be affordable to residents whose income is considered low or extremely low compared to averages for the county in which the housing is located. For example, for 2021 in Los Angeles County, a family of four earning less than $59,100 would qualify for an apartment built for a household at 50% of area median income. The funding sources used to pay for construction of the housing determine what the income qualifications are to live in the building, and income limits will vary from property to property.

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If you are interested in an existing Linc Housing community, please contact the property management staff at that building to ask about available apartments, income requirements, and how to apply. Some properties may have waiting lists, and occasionally waiting lists may be full due to high demand. Search Linc communities using out interactive map on the the Communities page.

If you have a Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher, it is generally accepted at Linc's properties. Please contact the property management at the apartment community you are interested in to inquire about availability.

For a newly constructed Linc building, a lottery system is often used. A pre-application will be available for a window of time, then all pre-applications received by the deadline are entered into a lottery to determine the order in which they will be reviewed by property management for the available apartments. For the status of Linc apartments under construction, visit our Communities page.
If Linc's properties do not meet your needs, download the list of other affordable housing organizations in California below. Additionally, your local Housing Authority may provide more information, resources, and vacancy information for affordable housing in your community.

I'm experiencing homelessness. Where can I find help?

Dialing 211 is the quickest way to get information and direct resources if you are experiencing homelessness or are in need of other social services. In many communities, a Coordinated Entry System (CES) is in place to connect individuals/families with the best matching housing resources.

For Los Angeles County specifically, get more information in the link below. There are additional points of contact for CES in each of Los Angeles' eight Service Planning Areas.

Linc's supportive housing in Los Angeles County receives direct referrals through CES. If you are already working with an outreach worker or case manager, ask about the CES survey and follow up with them regarding available housing resources.

What if linc doesn't have affordable housing in my community?

If you cannot find a Linc community in your neighborhood, you may try other affordable housing organizations. Download this PDF to learn more.

Signature Properties

Linc thoughtfully develops housing communities to address the unique needs of residents and neighborhoods.
ALL-AGE HOUSING
SENIOR HOUSING
SUPPORTIVE HOUSING

COMMUNITIES

All-Age Housing
Linc's all-age affordable housing communities provide limited-income families and individuals with quality, sustainable apartment homes and vibrant spaces for resident programs.

COMMUNITIES

Senior Housing
Linc's affordable housing communities for seniors offer stability as residents age in place. Facilities and programs are designed to foster social interaction and healthy, active living.

COMMUNITIES

Supportive Housing
Linc's supportive housing communities provide a place for residents to regain stability through access to a safe apartment and impactful supportive services.

Our Impact

8,979

UNITS developed

1,600

units in development

13,000

residents

Upcoming Housing

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HiFi Collective, Los Angeles
Expected completion for this community is Spring 2022. Apartments will be filled solely by referrals from the Coordinated Entry System. No rental applications will be available.
The Nook, South Whittier
Expected completion for this community is Summer 2022. Apartments for transition age youth will be filled solely by referrals from the Coordinated Entry System. No rental applications will be available.
Equa, avocado heights
Expected completion for this community is Winter 2022. Applications expected to be available in Fall 2022. More information available here.
Sun Commons, North Hollywood
Applications expected to be available in Fall 2022. More information available here.
456 West, San Pedro
Applications expected to be available in Fall 2022.
The Blossom, Beaumont
Expected completion for this community is early 2023.
SagePointe, Wilmington
Expected completion for this community is 2023. Apartments for seniors will be filled solely by referrals from the Coordinated Entry System. No rental applications will be available.

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