In response to L.A.’s housing crisis Bittoni Architects focuses on co-living

With rents in Los Angeles continuing to rise—including through illegal means—alternative housing typologies are gaining momentum. While Mayor Karen Bass is focusing much of her early tenure on housing, particularly for homeless Angelenos, some architects have already begun building portfolios upending traditional modes of housing.

Bittoni Architects completed their seventh co-living project in March 2022. Located at 4971 Centinela Avenue in Playa Del Rey, the project includes 15 units across four stories. The units are rented out fully furnished and range from four to six bedrooms. This includes up to four common bathrooms, depending on the size of the unit, with the minimum rent

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