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Jenna Chandler is the editor of Curbed LA. She oversees the site's editorial operations and writes about housing. Before joining Curbed in 2016, she was a staff writer at the Orange County Register, a senior local editor at Patch, and a reporter for the Porterville Recorder in California's San Joaquin Valley. Raised in Los Angeles and Orange counties, she always puts "the" in front of freeway names (but never before PCH). She has lived in Long Beach and Santa Monica; today she lives between Pailin Thai Cuisine and Griffith Park.

Here are some hot takes on the Taix redevelopment plans

The old Tudoresque building in Echo Park is not long for this world.

LA is housing its homeless in hotel rooms. How about the Ritz?

It was built with taxpayer money.

Bellflower bargains to solve its homeless problem

It’s building its very first shelter exclusively for residents with ties to the city.

Can your landlord raise your rent right now?

If you live in a rent-controlled apartment, the answer is no.

Airbnb hot spot near Pioneertown for sale for $475K

The vacation rental sits on 2.65 acres with mountain views.

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Mapping the 1992 LA Uprising

A map guide the major events and places that shaped one of the biggest episodes of civil unrest in U.S. history 27 years ago.

Landlords want rent relief too

Without rent payments coming in, apartment owners say they’re being forced to act like banks.

The California law renters want repealed, explained

The law "has kept cities like Los Angeles from protecting our tenants for too long."

Serene Venice house with bounty of outdoor spaces asks $4.2M

"I don’t know of any home in Venice that looks like ours."

For now, LA can’t seize ‘bulky’ items from homeless camps

The city has limited the size of items that homeless residents can store in public areas to what can fit in a 60-gallon container.