New York Times: West Adams, Los Angeles: Prices Rise With the Neighborhood’s Popularity
The New York Times overview of West Adams features ACME’s Courtney Poulos, Dominique Madden and Silke Fernald.
One of the city’s oldest areas, West Adams was abandoned by its wealthy inhabitants starting in the first half of the 20th century as Los Angeles expanded. Now, said David Raposa, an agent with City Living Realty, because of a combination of factors — including the construction of the Expo rail line, the area’s accessibility to the tech hubs of Silicon Beach and El Segundo, the development of the areas bordering it, and the Opportunity Zone designations announced in 2018 to spur investment in distressed communities — the working-class neighborhood is undergoing a rapid rejuvenation.
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