Housing Advocates Council: A new way to engage in housing advocacy

Housing advocacy should be accessible to everyone. That is the premise of Abundant Housing LA’s new Housing Advocates Council. As our work in LA County deepens, there arose a need for a system that will allow everyone, including those that do not have substantial time and energy to dispense, to meaningfully engage in housing advocacy. […]

Primary Election 2022: Where do pro-housing candidates stand?

With the Primary Election behind us, it’s time to assess the results. Abundant Housing LA endorsed 13 candidates in this election. Each of these candidates played an important role in educating the public on the need for better housing policy, giving voters a choice to move our communities closer to solutions, regardless of the outcome in their […]

Abundant Housing LA Endorses Isaac Bryan for Assembly District 55

Abundant Housing LA is proud to endorse Isaac Bryan for Assembly District 55, representing some of the most dynamic and vibrant communities in all of L.A. County. It includes historically and culturally significant communities like Culver City, Palms, Mid-City, West Adams, Crenshaw, Baldwin Hills, Ladera Heights, Leimert Park, Jefferson Park, West LA, Westwood, and Century […]

Abundant Housing LA Endorses Laura Friedman for Assembly District 44

Abundant Housing LA is excited to endorse Laura Friedman for Assembly District 44, representing the vibrant communities of North Glendale, Montrose, La Crescenta, Sunland-Tujunga, Shadow Hills, North Hollywood, Burbank, Toluca Lake, Studio City, Sherman Oaks, and Valley Village. – Assemblymember Friedman has demonstrated strong housing leadership through her bills AB 1401 and AB 2097, aiming […]

Abundant Housing LA Endorses Mike Fong for Assembly District 49

Abundant Housing LA is proud to support Mike Fong for a full term in the Assembly as a consistent pro-housing leader. In his short tenure since the special election earlier this year, Mike has already demonstrated consistent support for housing, voting yes on AB 2097, which will remove costly and wasteful minimum parking mandates, and […]

Load More

AHLA in the News

New California homes near most public transit wouldn’t need parking under new bill, The Center Square | 06/03/2022

Legislating at the Intersection of Transportation and Housing Policy, Streetsblog California | 05/31/2022

Southern California housing plans contain ‘fake sites,’ lack analysis, critics say, The Orange County Register | 05/08/2022

Cities that failed to meet California’s housing deadline seek rezoning extension, The Orange County Register | 05/04/2022

Who Is Trying to ‘Save Parking Structure 3’ From Becoming Affordable Housing?, Vice | 11/09/2021

Santa Monica Rallies for Low-Cost Housing, The Corsair | 10/14/2021

Editorial: Los Angeles will soon have a plan to start solving its housing crisis, LA Times | 10/14/2021

Southern California Doesn’t Have to Choose Between Housing and the Environment, Streetsblog Los Angeles | 10/06/2021

SoCal is sabotaging California housing law. Bay Area NIMBYs will, too, if Newsom doesn’t stop them, San Francisco Chronicle | 09/20/2021

Housing Los Angelenos is a human right and can fight climate change, The Urban Activist | 08/17/2021

L.A.’s Transit Oriented Communities Program Likely to Benefit from A.B. 1401, Streetsblog California | 06/25/2021

Single-Family Zoning and Exclusion in L.A. County: Part 2, City Observatory | 05/27/2021

Single-Family Zoning and Exclusion in L.A. County: Part 1, City Observatory | 05/24/2021

Parking Requirements Are Not a Useful Bargaining Chip for Increasing Affordable Housing, Streetsblog California | 05/19/2021

After years of dramatic increases, rents are finally showing signs of slowing, LA Times | 09/21/2018

LA will attempt to densify some Expo Line neighborhoods, Curbed LA | 07/03/2018

The YIMBYs are coming: LA’s pro-development groups are building momentum, The Real Deal | 06/29/2018

L.A. PLUM Committee Defers To Koretz, Approves Worthwhile But Slightly Watered-Down Expo Zoning Plan, Streetsblog LA | 06/28/2018

How can L.A. build dense new housing without displacing working families? With a ‘right to remain’, LA Times | 02/12/2018

Pat Morrison Asks: Abundant Housing LA’s Mark Vallianatos on the dangers of Measure S, LA Times | 03/01/2017

Yimby Nation: The Rise of America’s Pro-Housing Political Coalition, Forbes | 12/25/2016

Upcoming Events

  • Pasadena Chapter

    Jun. 29,  6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
❤️ 100% affordable housing project walkable🚶🏻🚶‍♀️🚶‍♂️from Metro’s Expo/Bundy station! Thanks to the density bonus provided through LA’s Transit-Oriented Community program, Missouri Place Apartments provides 73 homes to formally homeless individuals 🙌🏼.
#affordablehousing #housingforall #TOC #Transit #urbanplanning #housingfirst #yimby #housingpolicy
Neighborhood Change and #LatinoUrbanism with Ed Mendoza - when the neighborhood of Jefferson Park tried to become more than what it was zoned to be, the city was quick to shut everything down. Where have the pupusa ladies been? What could have been if urban planning was more understanding of Latino traditions?

#urbanplanning #urbanism #neighborhood #neighborhoodwalk #Yimby #publicpolicy
“LA used to be a place where people like my parents could really find success” - Thank you Michael for sharing your housing story with us. It feels vulnerable when the narrative has been one that if you can’t afford homes, it’s because you are not working hard enough, not smart enough, not saving enough. But you are enough - it’s the housing market that needs to be fixed 🙏🏼👊🏼
#housingcrisis #millenials #yimby #housingshortage #housingpolicy #housingforall
It's very concerning that HCD certified San Diego's housing element. What type of message does this send to other cities, who are currently trying to wiggle out of rezoning? 
Here are a few less than ideal sites included in SD's housing element. Without substantial rezoning of R1 neighborhoods, We worry this plan is a recipe for more displacement and gentrification. 
#HousingPolicy #HousingLaw #SanDiego #YIMBY #AffordableHousing #FairHousing
🌴Touring #AffordableHousing on the Westside!
As you can see, government-subsidized Affordable Housing™️ typically serves seniors, folks with special needs, & large families. But it has so much more potential to serve all types of communities.
#SB679, which ultimately did not pass, could have made building these homes here in LA a lot easier, faster, and more cost-efficient. We hope to bring back this proposal stronger for the next legislative year.
‼Support our work to create more Affordable Housing than ever: http://tinyurl.com/FunnyNeighbors
#HousingForAll #LegalizeHomes #Yimby #housingcrisis #housingmarket
Gentle density = affordable, inclusive, & sustainable 💚
Current research suggests that gentle density, referring to a dense layout of low-rise buildings, is the best urban form for low-carbon cities. Paris is a real-world example of such urban growth pattern. 
#GentleDensity #Housing #UrbanForm #Yimby #SmartGrowth #Urbanism #sustainability #SustainableCity

Do you want to fight for more housing in LA?

More homes benefit all.

Show legislators and council members you care about housing, sign up for weekly housing advocacy and updates!

More homes benefit all.

Show legislators and council members you care about housing, sign up for weekly housing advocacy and updates!