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This ordinance provides real estate developers with incentives, such as density bonuses and flexibility in design, for providing units affordable to families making 70-100% of area median income.
The ballot measure text for Measure JJJ, Affordable Housing and Labor Standards Related to City Zoning for the City of Los Angeles, as approved by Los Angeles City voters in November 2016. Ballot measure developed by the Build Better L.A. labor-community coalition, including the Alliance for Community Transit-Los Angeles (ACT-LA) and the Los Angeles Confederation of Labor.
Health Impact Assessment of Measure JJJ, Build Better L.A. ballot initiative on affordable housing inclusionary zoning and labor standards for the city of Los Angeles. Includes analysis of potential impacts of transit-oriented communities overlay and value capture policies.
This ordinance; mandates certain percentage of set-asides for affordable units for each projects receiving major public subsidies; provides for extra cash subsidies, exemptions, waivers, and modifications in certain situations; allows for certain developments to apply for a density bonus if the project would not otherwise be economically feasible or if all the units are at or below a certain housing cost; and requires that development include at least 10% affordable units for developments with 30 or more units.
This ordinance: requires, for participating developments, a minimum of 15% of the dwelling units within the participating residential development to be affordable to households with an income not to exceed 80% of the Area Median Income and that participating residential developments including or consisting of apartments provide affordable housing units as rental units in the same proportion that the apartments comprise a portion of the total residential development; provides density bonuses, including a 20% unit increase, and zoning ordinance dimensional adjustments; requires the appropriate agency to annually publish a pricing schedule of sale and rental prices for affordable dwelling units; establishes limitations governing the resale of affordable dwelling units created under this bill; and requires affordable dwelling units to be dispersed among the market rate dwelling units throughout the development.
This ordinance: requires a permit for any development that results in a net increase of 10 or more dwelling units and the grant of a Special Permit from the Board of Appeals or other designated Special Permit Granting Authority for such a development; requires that any developer using a Special Permit include at least 10 percent affordable housing units in a division of land or multiple unit development; authorizes a FAR bonus, with a requirement that 50% of the units developed under the density bonus be affordable units, and a density bonus of two market rate units for each affordable unit provided; requires that all affordable units be situated within the main development so as to not be less desirable than the rest of the units and that all affordable units be compatible in design, appearance, construction, and quality of materials with other units; allows for payment of certain fees in lieu of affordable unit inclusion; requires certain financial disclosures for potential purchasers of affordable units; and places limitation of resale of affordable units.
Inclusionary Zoning (IZ) policies require developers of market rate housing to reserve a portion of the units they create for affordable housing. IZ links the production of affordable housing to market rate housing, expanding the supply of affordable units at no (monetary) cost to government, and creates mixed-income housing throughout the jurisdiction. This San Diego inclusionary zoning ordinance requires that at least 10% of the total dwelling units in a proposed development project should be affordable to targeted rental or ownership households. The ordinance applies to different ownership models such as condominiums and new construction.
This ordinance: reenacts Boulder's inclusionary zoning law, which includes density bonuses for certain affordable unit inclusion amounts; sets annual adjustments of payments made in lieu of affordable unit inclusion and allows for certain percentages of off-site affordable unit construction; applies inclusionary housing requirements to redevelopment projects meeting certain criteria; sets standards for on-site affordable unit inclusion; requires certain dwelling construction standards: establishes certain residency and rental requirements and limitations.
This ordinance mandates certain percentage of set-asides for affordable units for each covered development type, requires that affordable units be located within the development subject to this ordinance, and offers density bonuses for developments that meet certain percentages of affordable units.