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LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 07: A bicyclist passes yard signs opposing Measure S, the much-debated initiative aimed at limiting development, as Angelenos go to the polls on March 7, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. Voters headed to the polls as LA Mayor Eric Garcettis is seeking reelection against a field of 10 challengers. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

“SHEBANG”: Voters shoot down Measure S

Updated, March 8, 2016, 1:00 p.m.: The results are in, and developers and housing advocates are clinking glasses. Angelenos voted on...

“SHEBANG”: Voters shoot down Measure S
Backers and opponents of Measure S spent $500K on campaigns in first 3 weeks of January alone

Backers and opponents of Measure S spent $500K on campaigns in first 3 weeks of January alone

With the March election around the corner, Measure S is now more contentious than ever, drawing in a combined $700,000 worth of monetary and non-monetary...

Backers and opponents of Measure S spent $500K on campaigns in first 3 weeks of January alone
Cafe Stella owners alter Sunset Junction sign with pro-Measure S message

Cafe Stella owners alter Sunset Junction sign with pro-Measure S message

As the March vote on Measure S nears, one business is taking a drastic step to drum up support....

Cafe Stella owners alter Sunset Junction sign with pro-Measure S message
RECAP: The Real Deal LA’s Neighborhood Integrity Initiative series

RECAP: The Real Deal LA’s Neighborhood
Integrity Initiative series

Last week, The Real Deal ran a five-part series on the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, the March ballot measure that...

RECAP: The Real Deal LA’s Neighborhood
Integrity Initiative series
See you in court: How Build Better LA and the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative could be challenged

See you in court: How Build Better LA and the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative could be challenged

TRD Special Report: In the fifth and final installment of The Real Deal’s series on the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, we look at the ways in...

See you in court: How Build Better LA and the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative could be challenged
Can Michael Weinstein stop development without compromising his AIDS charity?

Can Michael Weinstein stop development without compromising his AIDS charity?

TRD Special Report:In the fourth installation of TRD’s series on the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, we get intimate with Michael...

Can Michael Weinstein stop development without compromising his AIDS charity?
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In run up to NII vote, developers rush in herds to get entitlements

TRD Special Report:In the third installation of TRD’s series on the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, we look at the surge...

In run up to NII vote, developers rush in herds to get entitlements
Would the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative make Build Better LA obsolete?

Would the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative make Build Better LA obsolete?

TRD Special Report:For the second installation of TRD’s series on the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, we took a look at...

Would the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative make Build Better LA obsolete?
How did LA’s planning process become such a mess?

How did LA’s planning process become such a mess?

TRD Special Report:In the first installation of TRD’s series on the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, we explain the underlying problems...

How did LA’s planning process become such a mess?
Will housing education curb anti-development sentiment?

Will housing education curb anti-development sentiment?

Development fatigue is reaching peak in Los Angeles. There’s a March ballot initiative that would halt most development for...

Will housing education curb anti-development sentiment?
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