Food4Less renovation before and after images
LADF Allocation    $27,493,322
Total NMTC Funding    $27,493,322
Total Project Cost    $27,493,322
Permanent Jobs Retained  -  198
Permanent Jobs Created  -  100
Construction Jobs Created  -  151
Square Footage Rehabbed  -  169,502

This project entailed the interior and exterior rehabilitation of four Food4Less stores located in low-income communities within the City of Los Angeles.

The investment of New Market Tax Credits in the Food4Less transaction protects union supermarket jobs, creates quality retail shopping venues for local low-income residents, improves the physical appearance of the community, augments current efforts to improve targeted neighborhood commercial hubs, and boosts the City of Los Angeles' efforts to ensure access to quality, healthy food for under served communities.