Amy Freilich

LA-based land use attorney, she was involved with a study of the local housing affordability gap, commissioned last fall by the Los Angeles Business Council

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LA-based land use attorney, she was involved with a study of the local housing affordability gap, commissioned last fall by the Los Angeles Business Council.

Amy Freilich on KCRW

Los Angeles faces a shortage of affordable housing, and not enough is being constructed to meet increasing demand.  That’s created a problem with “workforce housing”—which allows…

Will a New Mayor Address the Housing Affordability Gap?

Los Angeles faces a shortage of affordable housing, and not enough is being constructed to meet increasing demand.  That’s created a problem with “workforce housing”—which allows…

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