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Southern California is full of these boxy two-story apartments supported by stilts, with open stalls below for parking. (Their name is likely to have been coined by architect Francis Ventre while he was lecturing at UCLA in the early '70s.) Thousands of the inexpensive structures were built in the late '50s and early '60s to accommodate the huge number of people moving to the area.


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