Red-hot rent growth is cooling in Southern California, but that doesn't mean an apartment is easy to find.
As plans for an NFL stadium in Carson move toward a vote this spring, supporters released a study Wednesday night detailing how the project could benefit the South Bay city.
The plan to pay for a $985-million stadium to keep the Rams in St. Louis may have just gotten a little bit more wobbly.
Long a land of plenty for home buyers and builders alike, Orange County is running out of room. If it hopes to keep growing, the vast suburbia needs to change its ways.
If nothing changes, Orange County’s shortage of housing will drive out workers and drag down the region’s robust economy, a local business group warns.
Developers of the proposed NFL stadium in Inglewood and organized labor reached agreement Thursday on jobs for the $1.86-billion project, avoiding a referendum that could have delayed the start of construction.
A month after a report by former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge questioning the safety of a proposed NFL stadium in Inglewood became public, the city has retained a security consulting firm to assess the $1.86-billion project’s risks.
The jobs recovery is no match for the housing recovery. And that's making it hard for many Southern Californians to afford to buy a home here.