Just a half-mile from Skid Row stands a six-story apartment building in Little Tokyo. Modern in style with parking that’s off-the-charts expensive, it is home to something you might expect given the neighborhood — a Seoul Sausage eatery occupies the first floor — and something you might not.

On the second floor, past a social space filled with a flat-screen TV, sofas and game tables, is a green apartment door with a welcome mat on the floor that says simply: “Moishe House.”