Inclusionary Zoning Adopted in L.A. County

“Housing developers seeking to build in many of Los Angeles County’s unincorporated communities will soon be required to set aside units for low- and moderate-income renters,” reports Steven Sharp. 
With a few exceptions, the new ordinance requires rental housing projects with five or more baseline dwelling units (not including density bonus units) to include apartments for low- and extremely low-income households. “Developers will be offered three different set-aside options – ranging from 5 p…

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