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Orange County Funds Effort to Move People From Santa Ana River Encampments to Housing

Orange County Funds Effort to Move People From Santa Ana River Encampments to Housing

Orange County has approved $750,000 to go with $5 million of state funds to move the 500 people living in encampments on the Santa Ana River into permanent housing. 

Student Housing Coming to Mixed-Use Development in Downtown Long Beach

Student Housing Coming to Mixed-Use Development in Downtown Long Beach

The $154 million Broadway Block mixed-use project will join several other developments currently on the way in Long Beach. The project will provide housing for CSULB graduate students, along with providing apartments, office space and other meeting spaces that will be utilized by the university. 

William Krisel, Master of Desert Mid-Century Modernism, Passes Away

William Krisel, Master of Desert Mid-Century Modernism, Passes Away

Krisel was instrumental in bringing mid-century modernism to the desert, which has since become the areas signature style. (more…)

Billy Corgan Lists Lists His Beverly Hills Rat Cage for $3.9 Million

Billy Corgan Lists Lists His Beverly Hills Rat Cage for $3.9 Million

Gotta say this is a pretty staid home for such an angsty rock star. Despite all his rage he’s still just a rat in a – rather sedate traditional colonial nestled in the hills of Beverly.

Housing Crisis Forces Reconsideration of Residential Development By 91 & 110

Housing Crisis Forces Reconsideration of Residential Development By 91 & 110

When a developer wanted to buy 24 homes right up against the 91 and 110 interchange, he was denied because of pollution concerns. The planning community really frowns upon having any homes within 500 feet of a freeway because the pollution poses significant health risks.