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When Redgi Woods, 30, moved into a spacious loft in a Fashion District warehouse in July, he could not believe his luck. The high ceiling and lighting appealed to him, and he used the space to host parties and meet with clients for his fashion design projects.
“I saw other people living here, I saw other artists,” he said, sitting at a table in his loft, now crowded with moving boxes.
“Photographers are great for me to have, models are great for me to have,” Woods said, “and when they’re all a door knock away it doesn’t get better, it doesn’t get easier, it doesn’t become more beautiful.”Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times Redgi Woods is among the tenants ordered to vacate 931 E. Pico Blvd., which was cited by the city for illegal residential use. Redgi Woods is among the tenants ordered to vacate 931 E. Pico Blvd., which was cited by the city for illegal residential use. (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)
But the dream of living and working in the same place is coming to a bumpy end for the tenants of 931 E. Pico Blvd., who have been ordered by Los Angeles officials to vacate the four-story warehouse by June 28. The order to vacate has been extended twice, with the previous deadline June 22.
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