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UC Irvine: Long Beach Ranks No. 1 in Accessibility in SoCal—Because It’s Dense

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Photo by Brian Addison. Data and charts courtesy of UCI. This article originally ran on our sister site, Longbeachize. When it comes to contemporary development, “mixed-use” and, especially if the structure is in an urban center, “transit-oriented”...

New Plans Revealed for Gehry-Designed Project in Santa Monica

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The team behind a proposed Frank Gehry-designed hotel at Santa Monica Boulevard and Ocean Avenue revealed revised plans Thursday night at a well-attended community meeting. Thursday's meeting was the first public reveal of the new...

Community Voices: YIMBYism and the Cruel Irony of Metropolitan History

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The following originally appeared on Streetsblog L.A. It is by David Levitus. Levitus earned his Ph.D. at USC with a focus on the history of cities, policy, and politics in the United States. At NYU, he majored...

Last-Minute Changes to Downtown Community Plan Affordability Requirements Could Hurt Housing Goals

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With the final decision about the Downtown Community Plan, which will govern changes to the downtown through 2030, scheduled for next Tuesday, housing advocates are concerned that some last-minute changes to the plan’s affordable...

Why Housing Matters

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Editor's Note: This is the first of a seven part series by Steven Chaparro for Longbeachize, also a publication of Southern California Streets Initiative and Santa Monica Next's sister site. Below is the introduction to Chapparro's in-depth look...

How To Bust A Housing Boom and A Housing Boon

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This article originally appeared on Healthy City Local. I’m sure readers are trembling with anticipation after I ended my last post with this cliffhanger: aside from drastically reducing the advantage that residential development in downtown Santa...

League of Women Voters of Santa Monica Hosts Activists, Community Leaders for Homelessness Event

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Via League of Women Voters of Santa Monica press release. As part of its “Making Democracy Work” series, the League of Women Voters of Santa Monica will host a free event Saturday, November 18, addressing...
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