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They cost a lot less to build.
The City Councilmember has said he could not support the development unless it included a "significant" number of affordable units.
It’s like an entirely new neighborhood.
Bright yellow pod-studios dot the former parking lot of an existing Paul Williams-designed structure.
Amenities at the market-rate complex include a pool and an "outdoor cinema."
Johanna Blocker was homeless before her application was picked for a new affordable apartment complex.
The restaurant’s former owner says it’s a "slap in the face."
The streaming giant is expected to move in early next year.
The mayor called the ruling a "tremendous victory for the people of Inglewood."
428 apartments right over the Pershing Square subway station.
The latest development site is in use as a produce distribution center.
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The redevelopment would bring a 15-story tower with 323 residential units, most of them market-rate. "If we do not adapt soon, our market’s demise is around the corner," one of the owners said.
Slated to open December 2020, it will have a "tranquility garden" and a community space surrounding an existing 70-year-old avocado tree.
It’s the second project for the developers on the same block, near Pico and Fairfax.
One of the projects to get Measure HHH funding? A contested development in Chatsworth.
At a community meeting, residents say they hate the look of the mixed-user designed by Morphosis.
Residents who earn between $56,760 and $85,140 don’t have a lot of options, says City Councilmember David Ryu.
It’s slated to open next year.
Formerly called Martin Expo Town Center, the project at Expo and Bundy is set to be finished by 2023.
"The homelessness picture is people like my uncle, who just can’t afford somewhere to live," she says.
The tower would replace a car wash, adding 374 condos, 373 hotel rooms, and street-level shops.
More than 200,000 square feet of new creative office space, affordable housing for artists, and ground-floor shops.
The Crenshaw Subway Coalition has a new base for community organizing in Leimert Park village.
The five-story building would hold 69 apartments—six of them affordable.
Plans are still kicking around for 428 apartments right on top of Metro’s Pershing Square station entrance.
From the redevelopment of Acres of Books to a new 30-story hotel on Ocean Boulevard.
106 units now, 454 units when fully built out near the Vermont/Beverly Red Line station.
190 units, shops, and more shade for Metro riders are planned.
The 11-story structure will offer up an optical illusion near Melrose and Rossmore.
It would rise right next to the Urban Outfitters.
Multiple flashing digital billboards are back too.
They include a 12-screen Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas and a beer garden and eatery run by Lynne Weaver.