L.A., long a destination for young people, is becoming increasingly out of reach, survey finds

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Four years ago, Chelsea Lutz moved to Los Angeles from Cleveland to pursue a career writing and directing films.

“I needed a really cheap apartment,” she said. She found one in Koreatown, where she didn’t particularly want to live, but it was all she could afford.

Today, Lutz, 28, shares a rent-controlled,…