Senate Bill 6 and Its Potential Impact on the Real Estate Industry

Posted on October 25, 2022

Exterior evening image of Mariposa building

Los Angeles Business Journal recently worked on a piece regarding passage of Senate Bill 6 and its potential impact on the industry. The article included commentary from Andre Soroudi, Executive Vice President of Acquisitions/Development of CGI+. The bill, signed into law in late September, allows residential construction on commercially zoned properties without the lengthy and at times costly requirement of a rezoning. Regarding the new Bill, Andre says, “It’s a very intensive process to get those types of projects done…so, in that sense, (SB 6) obviously provides a streamlined and definite path to getting a project approved.”

Read more via the article below.
https://labusinessjournal.com/real-estate/california-housing-bills-look-to-expedite-regulatory-processes-alleviate-crisis/?fbclid=IwAR0-a4hW4BUpKGDCQ_29q-twJIw06-lQt-UzL-UvAkEYhkb7HMHAnmkdKHI

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