The Las Ventanas development, formerly known as the Pacific Apartments, has released renderings for the project set to house 102 affordable units at Long Beach Blvd. near Pacific Coast Highway.
Spaces, even temporary ones which cater to those experiencing homeless, deserve thought and dignity within their design—and their lack thereof might even be exacerbating our problems despite good intentions.
Nonprofit, nonpartisan journalism venture CALmatters has examined decades of data to analyze how the State's Capitol and local policies in combination with the market have created the housing and affordability crises California faces.
As Metro’s Blue Line continues through its six-year-long, $1.2 billion rehab, the transit authority announced its express bus schedule in contingency with an eight-month long closure will take place next year.
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