Am pretty sensitive to the concerns of many in Boyle Heights regarding gentrification, particularly after our whole blown-up bike tour. Still, can’t help but feel like chasing an opera company and a walking tour out of the neighborhood is conduct unbecoming of what appears to be an otherwise quite-thoughtful group of citizens. I know the
Apologies for the sporadic posting; we have a lot of things cooking this week. In case you wonder what life is like here at Adaptive, today we are: Attending an appraisal of 830-832 N Beaudry, a building we renovated via Fund 3 and which we are now refinancing; Attending an HPOZ meeting to figure out
Have been following a listing in Highland Park for a little while and wanted to share it with you all.* It’s a decent-size deal in a good area at a somewhat reasonable price. So, what’s the big deal? If you dig into the listing info, you will see that the building has an underground parking area, which is
Thought you’d appreciate seeing an initial rendering of a nine unit building we’re going to build.
Per Curbed, a federal judge has just issued an injunction blocking the city from confiscating the property of homeless people on Skid Row. His argument is that the city is not doing a good job of distinguishing between trash and valuable items (identification documents, medicine, etc.). On the face of it, the judge’s argument makes