Save the Pantages for low-income people

We are Downtown Eastside (DTES) residents and organizations on Unceded Coast Salish territories who oppose the Pantages Theatre owner’s 2011 application to build a massive condo building with token amounts of social housing on the 100 block of East Hastings Street. Click above to read more about gentrification in the DTES and the imminent possibility of the Pantages site being sold to condo developers.


2 responses to “Save the Pantages for low-income people

  1. Hi, this is a comment.
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  2. Low income people can get medical coverage in LA County for free now through HealthyWayLA ( ). I think it might even help with drug rehabillitation too.

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