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Old 07-25-2013, 02:34 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Marv101 View Post
The problem is that a large part of Hollywood is in the process of becoming unaffordable for thousands of multi-decade residents as the explosion in new and very pricey developments forces rental rates to go up.

They're killing and/or really tightening the screws on many local merchants, and the absurd ban on street oarking nightly between 6PM-2AM for the benefit of local restaurants and bars at the expense of everybody else is indefensibly stupid.
I know. It's a shame.
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Old 07-30-2013, 11:15 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles, Ca
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People in LA like the water. Look at the price increases in Venice, Santa Monica. MDR. The palisades, malibu, brentwood have always been upscale.

-I think with hollywood......you had a major decline in the 50's and 60's. Old hollywood was gone (i.e. the brown derby), and by the middle 80's, people didn't know what to do with it. It took some time to bottom and turn around (I think for developers to feel comfortable putting so much money into projects). There are too many quieter areas of LA to live in.

I wonder how much a home or apartment was in 1985?

-Long term, it seems like the area isn't designed at all for modern LA traffic and tourists. Look at the hollywood bowl. I've enjoyed it for years, but talk about an outdated design.
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