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A 19-Story Tower Coming to Skid Row Will Be L.A.’s Biggest Homeless Housing Project of Its Kind

Weingart Tower, which breaks ground Tuesday, will add 278 new units to L.A.'s stock of permanent supportive housing for the homeless
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Appeals Court Overturns Judge’s Order Demanding Housing of Skid Row’s Homeless

In a big victory for the city and county, Judge David O. Carter's landmark injunction on homelessness in L.A. was struck down today
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A New Study Finds Reports of a Mass Exodus from California Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

New data is 'disappointing to those who want to write California's obituary'
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The Citizens of Skid Row: A View from Inside the Hub of L.A.’s Unhoused Community

Since the ’70s, this four-square-mile swath of downtown has been a symbol of the city’s urban blight. But for the people who live there, it’s a neighborhood with codes and customs all its own.
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Experts Expect Home Prices to Relax by Year’s End—but Will That Be the Case in SoCal?

A modest market cool-down appears to be on the horizon, but Southern California could buck the trend
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Councilman Mike Bonin Proposes Stopgap Homeless Housing Sites at L.A. Beaches

A motion submitted this week calls for solutions like tiny homes at several sites along the coast

L.A. Is the Third Worst-Paying Metropolis for Millennials

Being part of the biggest generation of working adults isn't easy—especially in L.A.
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We Asked Top Architects for Bold Solutions to L.A.’s Homeless Crisis. Here’s What They Came Up With

Can smart architects short-circuit opposition to affordable housing? These 13 designs may do the trick

Rent Prices Are Falling in Some of the City’s Swankiest Buildings

As the market for affordable apartments tightens, rents at some of L.A.’s toniest addresses are dropping
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An L.A. Neighborhood Is in Turmoil After Residents Place Boulders in an Underpass to Deter the Unhoused

An unofficial effort to keep tents from popping up under the highway in the Reynier Village neighborhood has caused citywide outcry