Beverly Hills could see hundreds of new apartments due to ‘builder’s remedy’

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Developer Leo Pustilnikov (right) and his son are with attorney Dave Rand (left), pointing to the spot on what’s now a Beverly Hills parking lot where Pustilnikov plans to build apartments using the “builder’s remedy.” Photo by Anna Scott.

A developer using a California law known as the “builder’s remedy” plans to construct as many as 1,000 apartments in Beverly Hills. City officials are not happy.

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