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Huge Chinatown development with no affordable housing skewered by neighbors

Lack of affordable housing, transit connectivity, and community outreach were sticking points for locals Developers were hit with waves of criticism Monday night about a 920-unit apartment complex they plan to build between Broadway and Los Angeles State Historic Park in Chinatown. Critics say the proposed project, called Elysian Parks Lofts, effectively puts a wall between the state park and a large swath of the surrounding community, which fought to create the park in the first place.
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