A 107-year-old bungalow in Ramona Park offers prospective renovators a glimpse of the possible.
For the elderly, affordable housing in Alhambra is often a far-off dream with long waiting lists. The supply is not keeping up with the demand.
The city decided to gauge interest from multiple developers after another organization expressed interest in turning a city parking lot in downtown Alhambra into affordable housing.
The City Council heard a presentation on a potential 40-unit affordable housing development in downtown Alhambra.
Event draws many struggling to avoid homelessness, while Mayor Adele Andrade-Stadler and Councilmember Ross Maza join the break out discussions.
The housing forum, taking place on Thursday, will highlight the experiences of Asian immigrants who struggle with affordable housing.
After a corporate takeover, rent hikes pushed tenants out of downtown Alhambra apartments built by a former Alhambra mayor. One of those former tenants, Bud Taylor, is now speaking out about rent control.
Alhambra has approved 53 applications for accessory dwelling units since requirements for building one were relaxed.
Pasadena Tenants Union's Nicole Hodgson talks to us about what cities can do to fight for rent control and affordable housing.
Pasadena's Housing Director and Family Promise of San Gabriel Valley delivered presentations on efforts to build and find permanent housing for the homeless.