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According to SUPERSPACE’s most recent study, “MORE LA: Transforming Parking to Places in Los Angeles,” if all the surface parking lots in Los Angeles County were developed into residential units (while matching the current density and space standards for their neighborhoods) those lots could house between 1.5 to 3 million people.
Utilizing SUPERSPACE’s custom interactive tool that maps the entire City of Los Angeles, users can explore the untapped potential of LA’s parking lots and voice their opinion about the balance between open space and density in a hypothetical scenario. The tool allows you to input three key factors in development: parking, housing, and green space.
On November 15, 2018, Woods Bagot launched MORE LA at LA CoMotion—a global conference that attracts the foremost leaders in new mobility.
Check out the tool for yourself and create your best version of LA here.