Topic Affordable Housing
California is in dire need of affordable housing, but lawmakers are making a risky bet by incentivizing market-rate housing without affordability requirements.
Two affluent developers want to demolish 12 rent-stabilized units and a restaurant to build a hotel in Pico-Robertson, but does the community really want this amenity?
How Senator Allen’s SB-83 favors the wealthy and passed the senate.
A mix of short-term and permanent residencies can help quickly house some of LA’s most vulnerable residents.
Let’s fight for programs that actually house the most vulnerable tenants, challenge capitalism, and build a new world.
History shows there’s always money for police and luxury development. Will the city now cry poverty instead of keeping families housed?
Metro seniors unite against rent increases.
Nearly one dozen tenants in South Los Angeles are still facing sudden homelessness after participating in a mediation with the City of Los Angeles.
Their solution is to do more of the same, and this will not turn out well.