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Transit Oriented Communities Guidelines Emerge as Important Source of New Housing
The Planning Department reports that 19 percent of new housing entitlements have used the guidelines since their enaction.
By Steven Sharp
Metro Doesn't Need to Tunnel Through the Sepulveda Pass
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