Grace Lee

Highland Park homeowner

Highland Park homeowner


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One year ago the DnA team visited the construction site of an accessory dwelling unit, or ADU, in Highland Park.

Can ADUs look great and solve the housing crisis? A pilot project has some answers.

One year ago the DnA team visited the construction site of an accessory dwelling unit, or ADU, in Highland Park.

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Los Angeles needs to build more housing. Many Angelenos need help paying the mortgage. Is the solution to both in our backyards?   “Your house can have a baby.

ADUs: your home can have a baby

Los Angeles needs to build more housing. Many Angelenos need help paying the mortgage. Is the solution to both in our backyards? “Your house can have a baby.

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