SoCal rent prices continue to rise

SoCal rent prices continue to rise

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Demand for housing remains hot, as asking for rent in Southern California continues to climb. What You Need To Know Apartment rent prices continue to rise despite the coronavirus pandemic According to Redfin, the median price of rent in LA and Anaheim/Orange County region is nearly $3,400, a 10% increase from the … Read more

LA Controller urges city to use vacant land for housing

LA Controller urges city to use vacant land for housing

LOS ANGELES — Standing on a blighted and sprawling piece of vacant land owned by the city of Los Angeles, LA Controller Ron Galperin called on city leaders to use government-owned properties to house people experiencing homelessness. “We need a lot more permanent housing, but also, we need more temporary and interim housing and shelter … Read more

Los Angeles City Council approves settlement of homelessness lawsuit, to develop up to 16,000 beds, housing units

Los Angeles City Council approves settlement of homelessness lawsuit, to develop up to 16,000 beds, housing units

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The Los Angeles City Council approved a settlement with the LA Alliance for Human Rights Wednesday in which the city will spend up to $3 billion over the next five years to develop as many as 16,000 beds or housing units for the homeless, enough to accommodate 60% of the homeless … Read more

The 4 top Manhattan condo projects to watch this year

The 4 top Manhattan condo projects to watch this year

Thecrunch. Thebubble. The squeeze. Whatever you want to call the current housing climate, the good news is that more concrete and steel boxes are hitting the market soon. Some 1,108 new condominium units in roughly one dozen buildings will list in Manhattan by year’s end, according to Robin Schneiderman, managing director at Brown Harris Stevens … Read more