Kraig Kojian

California Downtown Association

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President and CEO of Downtown Long Beach Associates, which administers the local Business Improvement District, and Board President of the California Downtown Association, a statewide group of BID's

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Many artists moved into the eastern edge of downtown Los Angeles because of cheap rents for available space in warehouses and lofts. Homeless people were left alone.

Are Business Improvement Districts on the Way Out?

Many artists moved into the eastern edge of downtown Los Angeles because of cheap rents for available space in warehouses and lofts. Homeless people were left alone.

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