There Goes the Neighborhood

There Goes the Neighborhood

Los Angeles is having an identity crisis. City officials tout new development and shiny commuter trains, while longtime residents are doing all they can to hang on to home.


This eight-part series is supported by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.

Is it possible to build housing for everyone? This eight-part series is supported by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.

With housing costs this high, who still moves to LA? And who moves out? This eight-part series is supported by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.

How do you know a neighborhood’s changing? Look for the new coffee shop. This eight-part series is supported by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.

Are artists the victims of gentrification? Or the perpetrators of it? This eight-part series is supported by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.

In some of LA's poorest neighborhoods more than 20 percent of all home sales are flips. Investors are seeing profits, but are all these home sales good for the neighbors?

In Inglewood, developers are building new luxury housing close to big tech-job centers near the beach.

If you have an affordable place to rent in L.A., you hang on to it for dear life. As evictions in Los Angeles are on the rise, and tenants are learning how to fight their landlords.

Los Angeles is growing up, becoming denser and more urban. But there’s still not enough housing. Who is L.A. for? This eight-part series is supported by the Conrad N.