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Metro Doesn't Need to Tunnel Through the Sepulveda Pass
"Metro has laid out six workable alternatives, but there may be a cheaper option that avoids the construction of a costly tunnel beneath the Santa Monica Mountains."
By Alon Levy
This Week in Leases - June 23, 2018
By Steven Sharp
L.A. Urbanized: Conclusion
By Jason Lopata
L.A. Urbanized: The Impact of the LA 3.0 Revolution
By Jason Lopata
L.A. Urbanized: Monograph of LA 3.0
By Jason Lopata
L.A. Urbanized: Post-Recession Growth Acceleration in DTLA
By Jason Lopata
L.A. County Looks to Advance Seven Affordable Housing Developments
By Steven Sharp
Metro Begins Laying the Groundwork for a Future Vermont Avenue Rail Line
By Steven Sharp
Two More City-Owned Parking Lots Could See Temporary Homeless Shelters
By Steven Sharp
State Funds Awarded for Los Angeles Area Transportation Projects
By Steven Sharp
L.A. Urbanized: The Sparks of Downtown LA’s Boom
By Jason Lopata
L.A. Urbanized: The Making of Los Angeles as a Global City
By Jason Lopata
Possible Sites Emerge for Temporary Homeless Shelters
By Steven Sharp
Planning Department Reports Back on Freeway-Adjacent Developments
By Steven Sharp
L.A. Urbanized: The Several "Revitalizations" of Downtown Los Angeles
By Jason Lopata
City Council Adopts Two Ordinances to Address Homelessness
By Steven Sharp
L.A. Urbanized: Local Growth Politics and Development Patterns
By Jason Lopata
L.A. Urbanized: Introduction
By Jason Lopata
If Homeownership is the American Dream, Why Do We Mostly Build Rental Apartments?
By @housingforca
The City of Los Angeles Isn’t Creating As Much Housing As It Used To. Why?
By @housingforca
L.A. County Wants to Fix Housing. They Can. Here's How.
By @housingforca