Work is wrapping on the mixed-use Tilden Terrace in Culver City, near Overland and Culver, and everyone wants in, apparently. The horizontal project will have 33 units for low- and moderate-income folks when it opens in July--at least 1,000 people snapped up applications for a lottery that decides who lives in the apartments, Patch reports. "Applications have been flying out the door, with about 450 distributed on March 8; 400 to 500 on March 11; and 100 each day from March 12 to March 15, according to city officials." The applications need to be handed in by Friday to the Veteran's Memorial Building on Overland and about 1,300 applications are expected, or about 40 per unit. The smoke-free, pet-free building, developed as Culver City's "first affordable housing development for large families" by the nonprofit Los Angeles Housing Partnership, has one-bedrooms starting around $600 and three-bedrooms for a little more than $1,000.
· 1,000-Plus Applications Distributed for 33 Tilden Terrace Units [Patch]