Neighborhood Integrity Initiative And Proposition JJJ Will Do More Harm Than Good If They Pass

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It’s a two sided debate that continues to spark conversations and protests surrounding development in Los Angeles and its effect on rental costs, affordable housing, LA’s planning process, construction wages, and the like.

These are all important issues to tackle. However, opponents to these anti-development ballots have voiced concerns that they are not going to solve the issues proponents have set out to address. In fact, many opponents argue that these ballots would actually make it harder to develop affordable housing, which is already harder than it was in the past.

Read on to learn more about the ballots and their proposed effects on real estate development.

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Automated Parking Systems in Los Angeles

It’s Friday night and you’re driving around a crowded parking garage, hoping to get lucky and catch someone pulling out of a spot so you don’t have to drive around the structure three times, endlessly looking for an empty space. You finally find a spot that is hardly large enough to be considered a parking space, and you pray that the person next to you doesn’t leave a dent. You start to think it would have been a better idea to give in and pay for valet. We have all been there. Luckily, you no longer have to find yourself in this sort of situation ever again because automated parking facilities are here to save the day!

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The Los Angeles Renaissance: Revitalization of Inglewood

For years the City of Inglewood has gotten a bad rap for something that doesn’t exist. It has been 25 years since the Lakers left, and there is a preconceived notion that the city had suffered since their departure. However, with the recent news of the return of the Rams and the construction of a stadium complex, it is apparent that developers have finally seen the light and Inglewood will once again be known as the “City of Champions.”

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