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The Miramar Hotel project is located at 101 Wilshire Boulevard in Santa Monica.
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The Miramar Hotel project is located at 101 Wilshire Boulevard in Santa Monica.

News, Development, Santa Monica, Housing

Interest List For Miramar Hotel Affordable Housing Opens Today

Posted May. 9, 2014, 6:00 am

Mirror Staff

As part of the proposed renovation of the Miramar Hotel at 101 Wilshire Boulevard in Santa Monica, the project is proposing to build up to 40 new affordable apartments.

Starting today, the project has opened an interest list for potential residents.

Located across the street from the new Miramar, these new affordable housing units will represent nearly 3 percent of all affordable housing built in Santa Monica over the last 20 years.

Anyone interested in finding out more about our potential future affordable housing units, can visit the project’s website to fill out an interest form.

Filling out the form is not a housing application and does not guarantee access to any future affordable housing. Filling out the form will enroll people in an email list so that they can be notified about potential future affordable housing opportunities.

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May. 9, 2014, 8:48:53 am

theresa rodgerton said...

Since only 10 percent of the SM police officers and fire department can afford to live in Santa Monica, I hope the Miramar is doing a special outreach to them.

May. 9, 2014, 10:54:02 am

Blake Dondick said...

When Should I Come By?

May. 9, 2014, 2:14:54 pm

Lynn said...

"Affordable" is a relative term. Beachfront property is always going to be more than some poverty stricken family can pay.

May. 10, 2014, 10:08:54 pm

ted said...

Forty lucky stiffs get super apartments at a terrific bargain. Miramar gets to build and take up more of Santa Monica for their own profit.. I get a downtown with a super-tall building for super-rich people. If Miramar is so generous, why didn't they buy the Post Office building and donate it back to the citizens of S.M.?

May. 10, 2014, 10:13:35 pm

ted said...

BTW all those apartment buildings that the city is putting up were supposed to have been created for our first responders and teachers. That's how the program was sold when it was voted on way back when. The new apartments were also supposed to be for renters forced out of where they were living by greedy landlords.

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