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Gov. Gavin Newsom (Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

CA’s plan to put homeless in hotels is met with skepticism

A hotel industry devastated by the coronavirus emergency is being called upon to partake in a civic duty —...

CA’s plan to put homeless in hotels is met with skepticism
One of the Caltrans-owned homes (Credit: Google Maps and iStock)

LA homeless advocates occupy state-owned homes in El Sereno

A group of tenants’ rights advocates have occupied a dozen state-owned vacant homes in El Sereno, in a move...

LA homeless advocates occupy state-owned homes in El Sereno
A late-inning Jerry Brown housing bill is meant to expedite construction of supportive housing units

Affordable housing developer proposes 73-unit complex in San Fernando Valley

California lawmakers and voters have approved a flurry of programs in the last few years to assist the state’s...

Affordable housing developer proposes 73-unit complex in San Fernando Valley
CA State Sen. Scott Wiener pushes for high-density housing to solve homeless crisis (Credit: Getty Images)

Is third time a charm for state’s high-density housing bill?

Three years ago, state Sen. Scott Wiener crafted a bill to make it easier for developers to build taller,...

Is third time a charm for state’s high-density housing bill?
AIDS Healthcare Foundation executive director Michael Weinstein is suing the center of measure HHH

AIDS Healthcare Foundation sues city over Skid Row project

A Los Angeles advocacy group has taken the city to court over a mammoth affordable housing program that is...

AIDS Healthcare Foundation sues city over Skid Row project
Governor Gavin Newsom and a homeless tent encampment in Skid Row in September 2019 (Credit: Getty Images)

Landlords can now raise rent on tenants who house friends at risk of homelessness

Gov. Gavin Newsom still hasn’t signed the statewide rent control bill, but there’s one piece of housing legislation that...

Landlords can now raise rent on tenants who house friends at risk of homelessness
Rising construction costs cut into LA’s ambitious supportive housing plan

Rising construction costs cut into LA’s ambitious supportive housing plan

The $1.2 billion in bond money that Los Angeles raised to develop 7,000 units of permanent supportive housing for...

Rising construction costs cut into LA’s ambitious supportive housing plan
Fresh off IPO, Lyft will invest in Garcetti’s “A Bridge Home” program

Fresh off IPO, Lyft will invest in Garcetti’s “A Bridge Home” program

Just hours before Lfyt’s initial public offering, the ride-sharing company announced a plan to contribute $50 million to aid...

Fresh off IPO, Lyft will invest in Garcetti’s “A Bridge Home” program
Tents and belongings of the homeless line a street in downtown Los Angeles (Credit: Getty Images)

More LA landlords reject housing vouchers amid rising rents

Government subsidies are aimed at easing the housing crunch in Los Angeles, allowing those who can’t afford the city’s...

More LA landlords reject housing vouchers amid rising rents
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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