Housing

November 1, 2012

LABC’s Mayoral Housing Transportation Summit Addresses Post-Redevelopment, Where We Go Next

TPR presents the following excerpts from the Los Angeles Business Council Mayoral Housing, Transportation, and Jobs Summit panel, Housing Plus Along Transit Corridors, moderated by Dan Rosenfeld and featuring Tony Salazar, President of West Coast Operations, McCormack Baron Salazar Inc., California Assemblymember Mike Feuer, and Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles President and CEO Doug Guthrie. 

October 30, 2012

Leinberger and Becker Hail Smart Growth at Rail~Volution Conference

Chris Leinberger, President of LOCUS, and Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker, address transit-oriented development and smart growth from the perspectives of a real estate developer and a politician.

August 1, 2012

Mercedes Marquez: LA City’s New Deputy Mayor for Housing

Interview with Mercedes Marquez, who, after serving three years with HUD and the Obama Administration, takes on the position of Deputy Mayor for Housing with the City of Los Angeles.

November 4, 2011

Real Estate Ponders Industry’s Future Trajectory At ULI Conference

The Urban Land Institute's conference in Los Angeles featured a panel around a publication on where the real estate industry in trending. Peter Rummell, Patrick Phillips, Joseph Azrack, Thomas Toomey, and Victor MacFarlane discuss finance, Baby Boomers, Generation Y, and investment uncertainties.

January 14, 2022

Governor Newsom's Proposed 2022-23 State Budget

On Monday, January 10 Governor Newsom announced his $286 billion budget request for 2022-23. TPR excerpts the Governor’s Proposed Budget Summary, highlighting requested state spending for economic and workforce development, transportation, energy, water, climate, housing, and homelessness.

December 8, 2021

CEQA Protects California Despite Special Interests’ 'Big Lie'

TPR shares here with permission this column by Roger Lin (pictured), attorney at the California Environmental Justice Alliance (CEJA), and Douglas Carstens, partner with Chatten-Brown, Carstens & Minteer, LLP, debunking the myth that CEQA is to blame for California's housing affordability crisis.

September 28, 2021

CityLab's Sarah Holder on CA Housing Policy Post Recall

Published originally by CityLab, and excerpted here with permission, CityLab's Sarah Holder examines what lies ahead for California housing policy in light of Governor Newsom's victory in the September 15th recall election.

August 25, 2021

What’s “In & Not In”  SB 9 & 10: California State Housing Bills Now Pending   

Cindy Montañez breaks down the language of SB 9 & SB 10 to illustrate their planning and affordability implications.

August 16, 2021

USC’s Dowell Myers on Housing Demographics: Linkage of Renter Mobility & Housing Affordability

Dowell Myers, Director of the Population Dynamics Research Group at USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, shares with TPR readers his recently published findings on the impacts of millennials—now in need of their own housing—on renter mobility, housing supply, and affordability.

May 25, 2021

New LA City Councilmember Nithya Raman Shares Her Priorities & Approach to Homelessness

LA City Councilmember Nithya Raman here reflects on the challenges of entering public office during a pandemic and recounts the shortfalls of the City’s less than successful approaches to addressing homelessness.

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