Community groups feared District Square would ramp up displacement in the gentrifying community
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation has also nominated the 20-year-old building for historic-cultural status
Santa Fe Art Colony has provided homes and studios to artists for decades. Under a new owner, residents are bracing for rent hikes of up to $3,000 per month.
As L.A. Experiences Double-Digit Spikes in Homelessness, Officials Are Finally Saying We Need Tenant Protections
The results of the latest homeless count are in—and they’re grim
New goals set by the Southern California Association of Governments would push L.A. to build 810,000 units by 2029
KPCC reports that a woman named Chiselle met the mayor, then lost everything
Councilman David Ryu just rescinded a ”no parking” zone in his district. Will other council members follow suit?
Several councilmembers also voiced misgivings about the recent rewrite of a 1968 ordinance
Tenants' rights activists have won some big victories in L.A., but state-level reforms continue to flop
A devastating theft wound up being a blessing in disguise for the Row Church Without Walls