News for Housing

Wednesday, May 09, 2018
The Challenges of Change: Finding Solutions” will be the theme of the 24th annual Hollywood Economic Development Summit, set for Thursday, June 21st at the ArcLight Hollywood. The popular progress event for Hollywood will run from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., according to co-chairs Tim Grubbs of Communitas Design and Marty Shelton of NAI Capital Commercial.  “Hollywood is known for entertainment, but it is more
Categories: California, Development, Real Estate, Branding, Community, Housing, Attractions, City of Los Angeles, Hollywood, Chamber, Featured, Technology
Monday, October 23, 2017
The legislative season is over, and we finally have begun to see our California legislature act on the housing crisis in this state. The Governor signed 15 bills that were intended to smooth the way to more housing being built.Over the past year, you have heard me discuss the importance of addressing California’s housing crisis. So, I think it is appropriate to commend the legislature and the more
Categories: Advocacy, California, Hollywood, Homelessness, Housing, Chamber, City of Los Angeles, Community, Economic Development, Environment, Government
Thursday, July 20, 2017
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce hosted an exclusive Breakfast with L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti on Thursday, July 20th at Loews Hollywood. This was the second address by Mayor Garcetti to the Hollywood community since taking Mayor’s office in 2013. Attendees and sponsors heard Mayor Garcetti discuss extending the California film tax incentive bill AB-1839, homelessness, public safety, the proposed more
Categories: Business, City of Los Angeles, Government, Hollywood, Hollywood Community Plan, Homelessness, Housing, Mayor
Thursday, November 17, 2016
The staggering scope of L.A.'s homeless crisis underscores the urgency of stopping the housing ban on the March ballot, which would reverse the will of the voters who overwhelmingly passed Prop HHH  Today the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development reported to Congress that Los Angeles has the largest number of chronically homeless people in the nation. With nearly 13,000 more
Categories: Election, Housing, Vote, Hollywood