May 20, 2019 - From the May, 2019 issue

Wall Street in My Backyard: Anti-Eviction Mapping Project

The largest owner of residential real estate and single-family homes in California is the private equity firm, Blackstone—the investment firm identified by the UN as a leading force driving displacement and homelessness around the world through the financialization of housing markets and predatory rental practices. Presenting interactive data on corporate homeownership in California and providing invaluable context to the state's affordable housing crisis, the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project identifies all rental properties in California owned by major Wall Street investment firms. The project also includes data on Ellis Act evictions and illustrates the influence of corporate landlords in California's housing markets. Please explore the full interactive map here.


Rental properties owned by Blackstone and other major corporate investors throughout California.

Wall Street Landlords, San Francisco Bay Area - Anti-Eviction Mapping Project


Rental properties owned by Blackstone and other major corporate investors in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Wall Street Landlords, Southern California - Anti-Eviction Mapping Project

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Rental properties owned by Blackstone and other major corporate investors in the Southern California region.


Rental properties owned by Blackstone and other major corporate investors in the City of Los Angeles.

 

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