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.
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.
byBrian AddisoninOpinion, Streets & Urban Design
Photo by Brian Addison. At least someone with the power to change was paying attention to an important document hidden within the nightmarish Land Use Element (LUE) conversation. Amidst NIMBY-ish screams and shouts, practically no one paid attention to an...
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
byBrian AddisoninStreets & Urban Design
Love looking at renderings of upcoming developments in the city? Click here for our full archive. **** Renderings courtesy of Killefer Flammang Architects. Following an award of a 9% Low-Income Housing Tax Credit—LIHTC, often pronounced “lie-tech” amongst housing builders—the 48-unit...
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