At a community meeting, residents say they hate the look of the mixed-user designed by Morphosis.
Options include Craftsman cottages, a glammed-up Spanish bungalow, a sleek contemporary townhouse, and a quaint 1920s Colonial Revival
Lots of bonus spaces.
Options include a two-bedroom in Silver Lake and a one-bedroom in Los Feliz’s romantic Casa Laguna.
For years, neighbors tried to revive a coral tree left over from the days when planners starting building out—but never finished—a Jetsonian vision of street life.
Residents who earn between $56,760 and $85,140 don’t have a lot of options, says City Councilmember David Ryu.
Park officials are trying to bring a "long-desired" connection to North Broadway to fruition.
Character features include beamed ceilings, diamond-pane windows, built-ins, and a cozy fireplace.
Built in 1924 and thoroughly revamped by Herringbone Design.
The utility company is bracing for Santa Ana winds—and critical wildfire conditions.
Tenancy in common is a new path to homeownership in LA.
Dolphins? Check. Golden Retrievers? Check. Rainbow everything? Double check.
Features include beamed ceilings, colorful tile, built-ins, and an inviting pool.
That’s $250,000 over its asking price.
Twenty-seven years after the 1992 LA Uprising, residents are reviving an effort to get the liquor out of Tom’s liquor store.
Elaborately carved ceiling beams and detailed plaster work.
The city is trying to clear up some confusion about inclusionary zoning in the neighborhood.
The developer is putting the approvals process on hold for an undetermined amount of time to redesign the project.
Options include a Mt. Washington bungalow and a two-bedroom in Santa Monica.
From vintage walk-street bungalows to grand canal contemporaries.
All pickups will be directed to a centralized lot near Terminal 1.
Who says LA doesn’t have seasons?
The backyard is a scene-stealer.
It’s slated to open next year.
The former home of Michael and Eva Chow, the massive residence was modeled after Madrid’s Reina Sofia museum.