Welcome to the future.
Today, we’re so proud to introduce the Friends of the Purple Line Plan! With this plan we’re taking LA’s most talked-about public transit expansion project and turning up the dial. Under this plan, we could potentially add 36,000 new units of housing along the Wilshire Corridor, a major artery for LA and a job-rich, culturally vibrant part of our city.
Single-family homes currently dominate the area around the extension. The median price is $1.7 million. Really??
Get to know the plan. You’ll love it. Then, join us in sending a message to LA City Planning: consider the Friends of the Purple Line Plan to build a fairer, more sustainable, more affordable Miracle Mile.
Anthony explains: Friends of the Purple Line
Our Policy & Research Director Anthony Dedousis gives you an in-depth look into the Friends of the Purple Line plan, including more info on the extension itself.
TOMORROW: Housing for whom? Housing where?
Tomorrow, we’re bringing you another can’t-miss event. We’re chatting to David Williams of Opportunity Insights, Amy Schur of ACCE, Rod Hall of us, and Professor Michael Lens of UCLA Luskin! See you Wednesday.
The White Papers: Single-Family Zoning, Segregation, and Abolition
In the latest installment of our White Papers series, Isaac dives into single-family zoning, segregation, and exclusionary housing in LA. Read it and share it because people need to know.
Also: check out our latest video on segregation: In LA, segregation lives on