The vote was split, but some supervisors say they are otherwise "powerless to address camping in public places."
The bill will cap rent hikes at 5 percent, plus inflation.
The Trump administration is reportedly considering putting homeless people into government-backed facilities to get them off the streets of Los Angeles.
The neighborhood is busy with redevelopment, and the new owner is already planning for mixed-use on this site.
"This building is about second chances."
Higher nighttime temperatures are in store.
Plus showers, storage, and a lounge area.
Fix the City has repeatedly taken Los Angeles to court over some of its more transformative planning proposals. Now it’s targeting a development incentive program.
AB 1482 now has support from Senate and Assembly leadership, but "tenant bills are hard, and it’s still an uphill battle."
In the city of Los Angeles, less than 1 percent of drivers who flee a crash scene where someone was injured are eventually convicted of a felony.
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It’s the second largest fine ever issued by the city’s ethics commission.
The House Financial Services Committee convened in Los Angeles for a special meeting on homelessness.
The board room erupted in applause after the 4-1 vote.
A retro roller skating experience is coming to LA’s historic train depot.
Inspectors were tipped off by complaints about "gumdrop-shaped" dwellings.
The company also owns CBS Television City in Fairfax and Culver Studios in Culver City.
Assembly Bill 1482 would cap rent hikes at buildings that are not already covered by LA rent control.
The striking, metal-clad complex would rise across from the under-construction NFL stadium on Century Boulevard.
The store is "a cultural resource," the foundation says. Amoeba sold its property to a developer four years ago for $34 million.
Attorneys say the city is destroying property that homeless residents "need to survive on the streets."
The contractor is also embroiled in a lawsuit against the developers of Oceanwide Plaza.
It’s the latest community to pushback against shelters as the homeless population swells.
Hosts must register with the city, pay an $89 fee, and agree to other short-term rental regulations.
The federal proposal to strip housing assistance for immigrant families could impact 11,000 people in the city of Los Angeles.
The 7th Street/Metro Center and Pico stations shut down Saturday.
It’s one of 28 projects Metro aims to complete in time for the Olympics.
Under the new approach, homeless residents might also be trained and hired to clean city streets and sidewalks themselves, Garcetti says.
With the homeless population growing, officials recommend adding public bathrooms countywide.