Every Monday, we round up the week’s biggest housing news for the Abundant Housing LA newsletter.

Here in LA, the Times covered a proposal to build 800 apartments over a Costco in Baldwin Village and Steph Curry’s “I don’t want to say NIMBY, butpublic comment letter about Atherton’s housing element, while the editorial board opined about upcoming planning changes in Skid Row.

Up north, YIMBY legal mastermind Chris Elmendorf had a San Francisco Chronicle op ed about the need for CEQA reform.

At Huffington Post, Daniel Marans wrote about a potential thawing of the icy relationship between YIMBYs and tenant advocates in New York and the Bay Area. The Washington Post had a trend piece on the implications of white people’s return to city centers, while NBC covered the housing crisis in the mountain west. New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced an SB 50-style transit-oriented upzoning initiative.

In case you missed it: In the Atlantic, the always-essential Jerusalem Demsas debunked popular myths blaming hedge funds and private equity for the housing crisis.

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