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Affordable Housing Requirement in City West Specific Plan Inches Toward Return
A 2009 lawsuit made the inclusionary zoning provisions of the specific plan unenforceable.
By Steven Sharp
Los Angeles Wants a Master Notification List for New Affordable Housing
By Steven Sharp
Explaining Los Angeles Geography to New Yorkers
By Jason Lopata
L.A. County Considers Temporary Rent Stabilization Ordinance for Unincorporated Areas
By Steven Sharp
City Looks to Update Land Use and Transportation Along Rail-to-River Corridor
By Steven Sharp
Inclusionary Housing Policy Considered for Warner Center
By Steven Sharp
Planning Department Reports Back on Freeway-Adjacent Developments
By Steven Sharp
City Council Adopts Two Ordinances to Address Homelessness
By Steven Sharp
If Homeownership is the American Dream, Why Do We Mostly Build Rental Apartments?
By @housingforca
L.A. is ready for micro-units
By Jessica Lall
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
South L.A. Councilmembers Propose New Measures to Prevent Displacement
By Steven Sharp
"Opportunity Zones" Program Could Bring Investment to Unincorporated Communities
By Steven Sharp
L.A. County Pursuing Ordinances to Facilitate Affordable Housing
By Steven Sharp
25 Solutions From A Builder’s Perspective To Fix The California Housing Crisis
By @housingforca
State Bill Could Ease High-Density Development Around L.A. Transit Stations
By Steven Sharp
City Council Adopts Two Ordinances to Address Affordable Housing
By Steven Sharp
Los Angeles Advances Two Ordinances to Combat Homelessness
By Steven Sharp
L.A. County Plans More Mixed-Use Along Florence Avenue
By Steven Sharp
City Envisions a Pedestrian-Friendly Century Boulevard
By Steven Sharp

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