Neighborhood Highlights: Inglewood

This week’s neighborhood highlight is on the blooming city of Inglewood as it makes way for new development. City officials have created zoning plans for huge development to accompany the brand new multi-billion dollar NFL stadium, including constructing high-profile residential buildings, retail and office developments, and three new stations on the next major Metro line. Here are some neighborhood highlights for the city of Inglewood. THE NEW LOS ANGELES STADIUM AT HOLLYWOOD PARK Currently under construction and planning to open in 2020, the Los Angeles Stadium is an open-air stadium and entertainment complex district serving as the home for the Nation Football Leagues Los Angeles Rams and

Neighborhood Highlights: Glendale

Glendale is the third largest city in Los Angeles, boasting a population of 195,000 people in just 30.6 square miles. Originally the home of the Tongva, which were the people of the earth, Glendale is immersed with an abundance of culture. Currently, Glendale has become another hotspot for major development. With a walk score of 82, Glendale has become one of the most accessible neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Here are some neighborhood highlights for the city of Glendale: MORATORIUM EXTENSION ON DOWNTOWN RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT About two weeks ago, the Glendale City Council has introduced an ordinance that would extend a 45-day moratorium on residential development projects in and surrounding

Neighborhood Highlights: Koreatown

This week on our Neighborhood Highlights blog series, we are visiting Koreatown, which seems to be one of the major hubs of development in Los Angeles. In the 1960s, Koreans began immigrating to America in large numbers. As race tolerance was low during that time, Koreans began opening their own businesses and developing a community in the area we know now as Koreatown. Today, the neighborhood is considered one of the most densely populated regions of Los Angeles, with 120,000 residents in just over 2.5 square miles of land. The Koreatown community is popular for its vibrant night light, unique eateries, and an abundance of development. Below are some highlights of what’s happening in Koreat

Los Angeles Rent Update: May 2018

In the last few years, rental units have increased significantly in demand, impacting development in Los Angeles. In fact, Los Angeles rents have been climbing steadily leading up to the beginning of this year. The rent has increased an average of 2.1% from April 2017, which exceeds the national average of 1.5%. However, in the last few months, rents in Los Angeles have been relatively stable. According to www.zumper.com, rents in Los Angeles have only seen slight changes. Below are the median rents for apartments in Los Angeles as of May 2018: Studio - $1,795 1 Bedroom - $2,295 2 Bedrooms - $3,268 3 Bedrooms - $4,800 4 Bedrooms - $7,990 Over the past month, the median rent for a studio apar

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