City Hall's Plan For 'Revitalizing' LA River? Build, Baby, Build
Here's LA City Hall's plan for "revitalizing the LA River" -- as seen from a drone shot above Elysian Valley. It's not about more open space and the environment. It's all about luxury development.
Not a single public hearing has been held, but Elysian Valley next to Echo Park is slated for massive urban cleansing: $3,000 per month apartment complexes.
Yes, crammed on what developers are marketing as the river's "waterfront," which is one more slick way to charge sky-high housing prices. But note the thick trees in the river to the right of the mega-development.
End the craziness.
Vote Yes on S on March 7.