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Everything You Need to Know About Tenancy in Common Real Estate

A new form of co-ownership is making owning a home cheaper for some, but tenant advocates worry it's spurring evictions and displacement
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Work Has Finally Started on L.A.’s Most Novel New Park

At the Westwood Greenway, the public will soon be able to stroll along a restored creek while students learn about saving the environment
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10 Projects That Changed the Face of Downtown L.A. During the 2010s

These additions were major in a neighborhood that saw an unprecedented boom over the last decade
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A New Report Highlights the Shocking Racial Disparity Among L.A.’s Homeless Population

Racist housing policy is at the root L.A.’s current crisis

Since Nobody Asked About Housing in Last Night’s Debate, Here’s Where the Democratic Candidates Stand

The moderators skipped over an issue that's at the forefront in California
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The Supreme Court Declines to Hear Controversial Sidewalk Sleeping Case

The highest court in the land won't consider a ruling regarding whether cities can cite the homeless for sleeping outside

Tom Bergin’s Historic Pub May Reopen Soon Under New Management

The building and a neighboring parcel were bought by a developer with plans for a 209-apartment complex, demolishing rent-controlled units
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An Outdoor Church in Skid Row Was Already Close to Broke—Then Someone Stole All of Its Equipment

A devastating theft wound up being a blessing in disguise for the Row Church Without Walls
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An Iconic Sherman Oaks Coffee Shop Is Closing Its Doors

Corky's is powering down the grill, but preservationists hope to save the Googie building it called home
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The Clippers’ Inglewood Arena Clears a Major Environmental Hurtle

With the California Air Resources Board's blessing, the arena could be finished by 2024