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Inglewood Moving Forward With $1.4B Plan To Ease Traffic and Stimulate Business

ByJason LewisApr 18, 20224 min read

After the first full NFL season with fans at SoFi Stadium in 2021, many Inglewood residents have voiced serious concerns over the traffic.  City officials are betting that a $1.4…

This Young Black Design-Builder Is Remaking His Corner Of Crenshaw

ByAnn MarshApr 13, 20226 min read

For Zerik Scales, being a young, Black design-minded developer with a hyper-local vision to revitalize South Los Angeles – for the residents of the historically Black area – presented unique challenges. For…


South Los Angeles Takes Center Stage At 22nd Annual Urban Marketplace

ByMatthew GatesApr 10, 20225 min read

ULI Los Angeles recently hosted its signature event, the Urban Marketplace, an annual real estate expo created to bring attention to the economic opportunities that exist in the city’s most underinvested communities.…

Affordable Housing Veteran Mia Jackson Joins Skid Row Housing Trust As Vice President

ByIn The Building LA – Staff WriterMar 21, 20222 min read

Last week, Skid Row Housing Trust announced that industry veteran Mia Jackson has joined the non-profit company as Vice President of Property Management. Mia brings more than 20 years of…

Legacy Builder: How One Contractor Is Helping Crenshaw Families Create Wealth In Their Backyard

ByAnn MarshMar 16, 20225 min read

Kenneth Kinslow has seen too many long-time Crenshaw neighborhood men end up homeless due to a problem he believes he could have helped them fix — losing the family home…