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How Downtown L.A.'s First 'Re:Code' Community Plan Embraces Density and Affordability

Vince Bertoni addresses his city’s efforts to incentivize affordable housing and noted the responsibility shared at the state, regional, and local level for policy & regulatory change to incent provision of affordable housing.
March 24, 2020, 9am PDT | Clare Letmon
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Los Angeles, California
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In line with the City of LA’s commitment to update its community plans by 2024, TPR spoke with Planning Director Vince Bertoni to understand how the DTLA2040 community plan will encourage livable, transit-oriented density in the city center and hopefully accommodate the immense pressure for housing development the region faces.

Bertoni further addresses his city’s efforts to incentivize affordable housing and noted the responsibility shared at the state, regional, and local level for policy and regulatory change to address the state's housing challenges, commenting:

"There’s a role for the state, for the region, and for the cities and counties; everyone has to come together and make housing a priority."

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Published on Thursday, March 12, 2020 in The Planning Report
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