Here's just a small sampling of projects we are currently working on.

 

Sustainable Little Tokyo

LTCC is proud to be one of three lead partners, alongside JACCC & LTSC, for our community-driven, neighborhood based initiative - Sustainable Little Tokyo.

Defining sustainability environmentally, economically, and culturally/historically, SLT is the Little Tokyo community's initiative to self-determine our future as our community undergoes numerous changes.

Go Little Tokyo

LTCC's marketing campaign, funded by Metro and executed by CARS - Go Little Tokyo is the community's marketing initiative to mitigate construction impacts as Metro builds the Regional Connector.  The Go Little Tokyo website is the one-stop shop for the Little Tokyo calendar, transportation & parking directions, curated self-guided tours, and more!

Our regular work also includes (but is not limited to):

  • Working with our councilmember & community to get First Street North developed for and by Little Tokyo
  • Working with the city and the community to make sure new codes and zones are in Little Tokyo’s favor
  • Addressing new developments and promoting community benefits to mitigate impacts

 

Current Projects

LTCC is constantly working on a number of projects. Here is how we organize our work, and what we are currently working on. If you have questions about any of the projects, would like to learn more, and would like to join LTCC in working on any of these projects, contact us at info@littletokyola.org

New Developments

Private

Ongoing Projects

ETCO Homes

CUP Requests

Prime Pizza

Kurata Medical Professional Building

Public

Civic Center Master Plan

Parker Center

Regional Connector station joint-development

Community

Budokan (LTSC)

GFB interpretive center development

FSN block development

Mangrove

Street Improvements

Vision Zero (LA DoT)

Tiger Grant (Metro)

ATP (LA DoT / BoE)

Public Art

Union Bank Mural

ETCO Mural

Toyo Miyatake Lane signs (Wakaba/Sares Regis & AVA Little Tokyo/Avalon Bay)

ATP Public Art at 2nd/Alameda

Protocols

CUP Protocol

Good Neighbor Policy

Public Art Guidelines

FSN Block Protocols

City Projects

DTLA 2040 (DCP)

Organizing and Neighbors

Traction Evictions

East of Alameda

West Santa Ana Branch