United Dwelling is one startup building something to solve California’s housing crisis It’s architecting the financing, design, and construction of ADUs in Los AngelesThe acute pain of California’s housing crisis can be measured in the human toll it takes on the increasing numbers of families made homeless by rising rents and the billions of dollars the state loses to the high cost of living.
These are companies like the recent Y Combinator graduates Homestead and Rent the Backyard and United Dwelling, which has just raised $10 million in funding from investors including Lightspeed Venture Partners and Alpha Edison.
“What was important to me was creating affordable housing,” said United Dwelling founder and chief executive Steven Dietz.
“Homeowners have this valuable property which is an attached two-car garage,” said Dietz.
Modative isn’t the only partner from the Los Angeles community that United Dwelling has brought on board.

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