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LA developers on pace to build highest number of apartments in two decades

More than 13,400 new units this year A new market analysis from real estate group Marcus and Millichap suggests that Los Angeles developers are on pace to add 13,430 new units to the multifamily rental market by the end of 2016. That total represents the highest number of units constructed in more two decades, the report says, and would more than double the output in 2015, when just 5,300 units were built.
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