Vermont Corridor

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Vermont Corridor

The Community Development Commission (CDC) has been tasked to act on behalf of Los Angeles County as project manager for Vermont Corridor. The CDC oversees and facilitates the day–to–day activities of design development, project entitlement, budget management, and ensures the cooperation of all necessary parties.

Vermont Corridor has successfully reached multiple milestones in the pre-development process. These milestones include the delivery of the Schematic Design package to the County, the finalization of the project description, and the scheduling of the first public scoping/community meeting.

The Vermont Corridor project includes the redevelopment of seven County-owned parcels spanning three city blocks of the Koreatown area within the City of Los Angeles. The project area involves three separate sites, each with a unique development scenario.

PowerPoint Presentation:  CEQA Scoping Meeting – May 25, 2017

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  • Site One

    Redevelopment of this area includes the removal of two existing County buildings, one surface parking lot, one parking structure, and the construction of a new Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (DMH) Headquarters. This new headquarters will consist of an eight-story podium parking structure on which a 13-story office tower building will reside.  

    Vermont Corridor is currently on track to complete the California Environmental Quality Act process for Site 1 by March 2018. 

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  • Site Two

    Redevelopment of this area includes an adaptive reuse of the existing 12-story DMH building into a maximum of 172 market rate units. In addition, the existing Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services building will be removed to construct a five-level parking structure on which a five-story mulitfamily building offering 74 market rate units will be constructed as a second/future phase project. 

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  • Site Three

    Redevelopment of this area includes the removal of the existing Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation building for the construction of a new six-story senior affordable housing complex. This site also includes the construction of a new community center. 

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