Jamarah Harris

Crescent Heights

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Spokesman for developer Crescent Heights

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There are widespread tensions surrounding the runaway construction of large-scale residential developments in Los Angeles, many marketed as luxury projects.

LA to Revise Its Community Plans

There are widespread tensions surrounding the runaway construction of large-scale residential developments in Los Angeles, many marketed as luxury projects.

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Can you create affordable housing by building luxury towers?

Does Luxury Housing Trickle Down to Affordable Apartments?

Can you create affordable housing by building luxury towers?

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