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LOS ANGELES-Developers are either under way or have unveiled plans for 900 multifamily units that range from a 151-unit conversion of a hotel to brand-new luxury apartments and eight affordable housing complexes by one developer―among them a 21-unit ground-up condominium development. The projects are an indication that, while construction remains stalled in some sectors because of the recession, notably the office market, multifamily has managed to maintain some building momentum.

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