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.
Long Beach is selling Class C apartment complexes to investors that are quickly flipping them for profit—and that has huge implications in terms of an already-skyrocketing housing market and the displacement of our most marginalized.
New data from the National Low Income Housing Coalition has revealed that the Los Angeles-Long Beach metro area is the worst in the state in terms of affordable and available units for its most vulnerable renters
Anyone who has searched for apartments to rent knows the cost that comes with moving to a new place, including the fees associated with applications and credit checks.
The grand opening of Immanuel Place, an adaptive reuse of the former Immanuel Church at 3215 East 3rd Street into a new affordable housing development for lower-income seniors, was celebrated Friday.
Low-income seniors, lower-income veterans with special needs, as well as veterans experiencing homelessness may be able to move into The Beacon by late 2019, a supportive housing development being built on the corner of Long Beach Boulevard and Anaheim Street.
While affordable housing units may not be springing up at the same rate as market-rate rentals in Long Beach, the city is making progress toward its pledge to close the gap that has engulfed much of the state, leading to rising rents and displacement.
An early morning protest greeted those attending a conference at the World Trade Center in Long Beach Thursday as a number of neighborhood groups held signs and chanted anti-gentrification slogans outside an event aimed at potential developers looking to Long Beach for future projects.
The City of Long Beach in partnership with Home Ownership for Personal Empowerment, Inc. (HOPE) celebrated Wednesday the grand opening of Banner Homes, a rehabilitated multifamily building providing an affordable housing solution to individuals with developmental disabilities.
Proponents of affordable housing programs and policies scored a major victory Tuesday night as the Long Beach City Council voted unanimously to approve recommendations from the city’s Affordable and Workforce Housing Group at its weekly meeting.