LOS ANGELES — AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), through Healthy Housing Foundation by AHF, has purchased the historic Biltmore hotel located at 501 S. Los Angeles St. in downtown Los Angeles. The purchase price and seller were not disclosed.
The buyer plans to convert 204-room hotel into residential units for homeless or extremely low-income individuals. Built in 1910, the hotel is the fourth property acquired by the Healthy Housing Foundation since October 2017 for use as homeless or low-income housing. Currently, the hotel has 76 tenants in residence, who will remain in place.
The non-profit organization also owns the 150-room King Edward Hotel, the 202-room Madison Hotel and the 27-room Sunrise on Sunset hotel in Los Angeles.