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Multi-family Housing Sags

January 21, 1989|Clipboard researched by Rick VanderKnyff / Los Angeles Times. Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times

The number of building permits for multi-family housing issued during the first 11 months of 1988 sagged 26% contrasted with the same period of 1987. Although most of the drop took place in the county's unincorporated areas, Santa Ana, Laguna Beach and Irvine also recorded large decreases. Here's how the various cities compare, with the list rendered from largest decreases to largest increases:

* Jan.-Nov. Jan.-Nov. 1987-'88 City 1988 1987 Change Unincorporated area 3,967 6,935 -2,968 Santa Ana 468 1,372 -904 Laguna Beach 15 339 -324 Irvine 805 1,122 -317 Placentia 74 282 -208 Anaheim 1,497 1,693 -196 Brea 242 370 -128 Stanton 7 82 -75 Orange 195 268 -73 Huntington Beach 526 597 -71 Cypress 44 108 -64 San Juan Capistrano 26 64 -38 Fullerton 46 58 -12 La Palma 0 0 no change Seal Beach 0 0 no change Villa Park 0 0 no change Los Alamitos 66 61 +5 Westminster 97 87 +10 La Habra 41 27 +14 Buena Park 153 103 +50 Fountain Valley 71 0 +71 Newport Beach 200 119 +81 Garden Grove 207 117 +90 Costa Mesa 882 789 +93 Yorba Linda 296 84 +212 San Clemente 405 11 +394 Tustin 639 160 +479 COUNTY TOTAL 10,969 14,848 -3,879

* Most recent information available

Source: Construction Industry Research Board

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