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Developer Geoff Palmer with one of his properties (Getty, G.H. Palmer Associates)
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Geoff Palmer’s lawsuit over tenant protections tossed by judge

 A federal judge has dismissed billionaire developer Geoff Palmer’s lawsuit that challenged Los Angeles’ COVID-19 emergency eviction moratorium, the...

Geoff Palmer’s lawsuit over tenant protections tossed by judge
Urban Pacific's Scott Choppin (Urban Pacific)

Builder’s remedy moves inland to Hawaiian Gardens

Weeks after a flurry of so-called builder’s remedy project applications in Santa Monica set off a statewide frenzy, the...

Builder’s remedy moves inland to Hawaiian Gardens
Renee Kaswan, Jonathan Rose and Eddie Lorin with 167 South Normandie Avenue (KB Visions, Jonathan Rose Companies, LinkedIn, Google Maps, Getty)

Foreclosure looms for Koreatown affordable housing fiasco

Four months after a dispute between a Wyoming-based charitable foundation and the developer Edward Lorin thrust an otherwise little-known...

Foreclosure looms for Koreatown affordable housing fiasco
View of Sylmar Village at 12534 San Fernando Road (JZA)

Sylmar project aims for 100% affordable market

A large affordable housing project is likely coming to the City of L.A.’s northernmost neighborhood. Developer Aaron Mensch, operating...

Sylmar project aims for 100% affordable market
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Interest rate hikes clog LA multifamily pipeline

Southern California needs housing but new construction of multifamily projects has tilted in the wrong direction. That conclusion is...

Interest rate hikes clog LA multifamily pipeline
Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority's Heidi Marston, LA City Council President Nury Martinez, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti (LAHSA, nury-martinez.com, Getty Images)

LA Homeless Services Authority could be cut altogether

A recently submitted draft report hints at the depth of bureaucratic problems plaguing the joint powers authority in charge...

LA Homeless Services Authority could be cut altogether
From left: Victor Gordo, mayor of Pasadena; Rob Bonta, attorney general of the state of California (Getty Images, The City of Pasadena, iStock/Photo Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal)

Attorney general warns Pasadena on SB 9

The California attorney general has issued a very public warning to the City of Pasadena over a recently passed ordinance that seeks to exclude certain areas from the reach of SB 9. The state...

Attorney general warns Pasadena on SB 9
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