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Downtown has a high apartment vacancy rate? The rest of L.A. should be so lucky

For a city suffering from a housing crisis, the subject of real estate development has somewhat oddly become a wedge issue in Los Angeles. Despite the constant refrain from economists that an increase in supply is key to solving the region’s woes, anti-growth advocates have countered that the bulk...
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