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An L.A. big enough for tiny apartments
LA Times quotes Raphael Bostic on downsizing apartments
July 24, 2007
But others are more skeptical about how tiny units would fare in Los Angeles.
Raphael Bostic, associate director of the Lusk Center for Real Estate at USC, said developers might take advantage of the city's offer to let them build affordable units without parking spaces, because the cost of such parking can be prohibitive. "Only the most adventurous would do the very small units," he said.