Changing Neighborhoods & Affordability |

California landlords prep for Gen Z renters

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| Better technology and more communal spaces are some of the perks landlords hope will lure renters in their teens and early 20s.

Downtown LA developers move closer to Skid Row

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A new luxury high-rise is planned near Skid Row, where advocates for the homeless fear it will lead to more criminalization of those living on the streets.

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Metro puts up $9M in loan funds to spur affordable housing

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The Los Angeles County transit agency is joining with several foundations to provide loans to developers who would build affordable housing near bus and rail lines.

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LA is one of the riskiest places to own a house, report says

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Los Angeles is third among major cities facing greatest risk of home damage because of natural disasters, according to a new Attom Data Solutions report.

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California passed a new housing package. How much will it help?

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Here's what you can build with $250 million in one hand, and $3 billion in the other. And it's not an end to the state's housing crisis.

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California cities required to build more housing under key bill

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Under S.B. 35, California cities not meeting their state housing goals would be required to expedite some multi-family housing projects.

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As DTLA vacancy rises, landlords increase breaks on rent, parking

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New construction downtown is continuing to drive up supply, with the vacancy rate now hovering around 12 percent, says real estate research firm CoStar.

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California's housing costs are driving its No. 1 poverty ranking

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The U.S. Census Bureau ranks California's poverty rate as the country's highest, when factoring in housing and other living costs.