Crocker Umeya Apartments

Crocker Umeya Apartments

Crocker Umeya Apartments is a new 100% affordable mixed-use complex at the border of Skid Row and Little Tokyo in downtown Los Angeles. Totaling 161,00 square feet, the project includes 175 units in studio, one-, and two-bedroom configurations. Half of the units will serve as permanent supportive housing for homeless individuals. The seven-story, Type III over Type I building features 8,700 square feet of commercial space at ground level. One level of subterranean parking will provide 29 parking stalls and 135 bicycle stalls. Amenities include a community center, café, and over 7,000 square feet of open space with two courtyards. Onsite resident services will be provided by LTSC. The project is targeting LEED Gold certification.


The site was formerly home to the Umeya Rice Cake Company, a three-generation, Japanese-American family business and one of the last remaining legacy businesses in Little Tokyo. LTSC’s redevelopment of the site will serve as a tribute to Umeya’s historical significance, joining together the neighborhood’s past and future.


Project Size:

160,959 gsf


Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC)


FSY Architects

LEED Rating:

Targeting Gold

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