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Amid L.A.’s Housing Crisis, Developers Are Demolishing Affordable Homes to Build Upscale Hotels

As hotel-driven displacement surges, tenants' advocates are pushing the #HomesNotHotels movement

Club Tee Gee in Atwater Village Is Closing After 70 Years

The future of the funky landmark is up in the air
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An Audit Lays Out What’s Gone Wrong with L.A.’s Homeless Housing Measure

The city controller’s office examines how voter-approved Proposition HHH became a historic debacle in the making
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California’s Legislature Just Passed a Statewide Rent Control Bill

Here’s what you need to know about "anti-rent gouging" Assembly Bill 1482

Much-Needed Makeover Starting For Glendale Boulevard, 2 Freeway

Tasteful, drought-resistant landscaping is around the corner

Preservation Roundup: 13 Historic Places We Are Thankful For

From Frank Lloyd Wright to Clifton's Cafeteria, this was a great year for old buildings in Los Angeles
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Take a Peek at Frank Gehry’s New DTLA Tower

The Grand has officially broken ground

Modernist Church in South Central Becomes a Temporary Art Gallery

Here's your big chance to visit this 1944 church designed by architect Rudolph Schindler
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Top Trump Officials Meet with Mayor Garcetti’s Office About Homelessness

The president has said he wants to ”crackdown” on homelessness in California