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Metro areas with less affordable housing drive high-income buyers to eye homes in lower-income neighborhoods at disproportionate rates (iStock)

TRD Insights: Gentrification happening fastest in least affordable cities

Want to identify the chief culprit behind gentrification in your neighborhood? Look no further than your city’s housing supply...

TRD Insights: Gentrification happening fastest in least affordable cities
EKN Development Partner’s hotel rendering

Developer seeks to build hotel near Echo Park

Hoping to get in on Los Angeles’ rapid gentrification process, a developer is seeking city approval for a 185-room...

Developer seeks to build hotel near Echo Park
Dr. Jayasinghe and a rendering of the project (Credit: Metro via Curbed)

Metro rejects plastic surgeon’s 907-unit development in Westlake

Los Angeles County’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority put the kibosh on a massive development plan atop its Westlake subway station,...

Metro rejects plastic surgeon’s 907-unit development in Westlake
(Credit: Courtesy Santa Fe Art Colony Tenants Association via Los Angeles Magazine and iStock)

Developer sued by DTLA artist collective over rent-restricted building

An artist collective is suing Fifteen Group, a month after the real estate investment firm jacked up prices on...

Developer sued by DTLA artist collective over rent-restricted building
Bill Watanabe, LTCIF’s chairman and president and Little Tokyo

Little Tokyo advocates launch community real estate fund

California residents will be able to invest directly into a community-owned and managed real estate fund for development in...

Little Tokyo advocates launch community real estate fund
The Skid Row City Limits mural

LA wants to rezone Skid Row to allow 100K units of new housing

A city plan to rezone Skid Row could transform the impoverished neighborhood, allowing for the construction of 100,000 new...

LA wants to rezone Skid Row to allow 100K units of new housing
Red Hook (Credit: Stevin Pisano via Flickr)

This NYC drug cop has amassed a $400M real estate portfolio

Former New York City detective Greg O’Connell bought his first building in Red Hook back in 1967 for $22,000,...

This NYC drug cop has amassed a $400M real estate portfolio
LA gentrification strongest near Downtown transit-oriented developments: report

LA gentrification strongest near Downtown transit-oriented developments: report

Gentrification and rising rents in Los Angeles County are most pronounced near transit stations, particularly in urban downtown areas...

LA gentrification strongest near Downtown transit-oriented developments: report
Where are all the millennials going?

Where are all the millennials going?

With today’s young adults choosing city life at a much-higher rate than in previous generations, which neighborhoods in the country are attracting the highest concentrations of millennials? A new study looked at which ZIP...

Where are all the millennials going?
Commissioners approve artist-friendly apartment project in Arts District

Commissioners approve artist-friendly apartment project in Arts District

With artists fleeing from rapidly gentrifying downtown Los Angeles, city officials are looking to build an oasis in the...

Commissioners approve artist-friendly apartment project in Arts District
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