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Gov. Newsom and Michael Weinstein (Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images, Charley Gallay/Getty Images)

“We anticipate a tsunami of evictions”: Tenant advocates call on Newsom to tighten rent laws

Los Angeles tenant advocates are eyeing a new battle: suspending the landmark statewide Costa-Hawkins Act that strictly limits rent control. On Wednesday, the influential...

“We anticipate a tsunami of evictions”: Tenant advocates call on Newsom to tighten rent laws
Eric Garcetti andMichael Weinstein, with the Madison Hotel (Credit: Amanda Edwards/Getty Images, Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Aids Healthcare Foundation, and Google Maps)

AIDS Healthcare Foundation sued over conditions at its Skid Row SRO

Tenants at a 220-unit SRO hotel in Skid Row are suing their landlord, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, alleging roach...

AIDS Healthcare Foundation sued over conditions at its Skid Row SRO
Michael Weinstein, the director of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation

It’s back: AIDS Healthcare rental cap bill heads to ballot

Don’t call it a comeback, statewide attempts to cap rent hikes have been ongoing for years. The California Secretary...

It’s back: AIDS Healthcare rental cap bill heads to ballot
Harridge CEO David Schwartzman faces his second lawsuit over Crossroads Project (Credit: iStock)

Harridge sued a second time over $1B Crossroads of the World project

Harridge Development Group is going to court a second time over its massive Crossroads of the World development in...

Harridge sued a second time over $1B Crossroads of the World project
AIDS Healthcare Foundation Executive Director Michael Weinstein with a rendering of Crossroads of the World

Judge clears way for Harridge’s Crossroads megaproject

Harridge Development has swatted away the latest lawsuit against its Crossroads of the World megaproject in Hollywood. A judge...

Judge clears way for Harridge’s Crossroads megaproject
GPI Companies co-founders Cliff Goldstein and Drew Planting and AIDS Healthcare Foundation CEO Michael Weinstein

The beat goes on: GPI Companies sued over plan to demolish Amoeba Records for resi tower

GPI Companies’ plan to build a residential tower after demolishing the famed Amoeba Records store in Hollywood hasn’t been...

The beat goes on: GPI Companies sued over plan to demolish Amoeba Records for resi tower
Michael Weinstein and Sunset Gordon tower (Google Maps)

AIDS Foundation bids on Sunset Gordon tower, but is it for sale?

AIDS Healthcare Foundation has made a bid to purchase the 299-unit Sunset Gordon tower, which CIM Group developed but...

AIDS Foundation bids on Sunset Gordon tower, but is it for sale?
If at first…Revamped rent control question could hit ballot in 2020

If at first…Revamped rent control question could hit ballot in 2020

Last November, California voters handed a stinging defeat to Proposition 10, the initiative that would have opened the door...

If at first…Revamped rent control question could hit ballot in 2020
AIDS Healthcare Foundation sues Crossroads of the World redevelopment

AIDS Healthcare Foundation sues Crossroads of the World redevelopment

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation hasn’t given up its fight to derail Harridge Development Group’s redevelopment of Crossroads of the...

AIDS Healthcare Foundation sues Crossroads of the World redevelopment
LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 05:  Housing and homeless advocates funeral procession and Candlelight March to mourn the destruction of the former L.A. police headquarters between the The Old Bandstand at Los Angeles Plaza Park and Parker Center on Wednesdayon September 05, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.  A petition for a temporary restraining order filed by housing advocates to halt demolition of the building was denied paving the way for City Hall and the City Council to proceed with plans to build a $900 million luxury office. (Photo by Keith Birmingham/Digital First Media/Pasadena Star-News via Getty Images)

Wrecking ball ready to swing at Parker Center

Major demolition work on the much-maligned Parker Center is finally set to begin next month. After months of delays...

Wrecking ball ready to swing at Parker Center
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