Dana Cuff, Director of CityLAB
Adding accessory dwelling units to the close to half a million single-family properties in Los Angeles would go a long way toward making affordable housing available, improving the environment of single-family home neighborhoods, and increasing equity in the residential landscape.
And it’s a solution that many have already turned to in some communities. That’s what Dana Cuff and her team found. Cuff is a professor of architecture at UCLA and director of CityLAB, a think tank concerned with spatial justice, urban design, and architecture.
ADU Magazine connects with Dana to discuss how she got interested in the ADU space and the many opportunities for providing affordable, equitable housing and the benefit to the environment.
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