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Bianca has been at Curbed for five years. She writes about development, the Los Angeles River, and preservation.

4 developers competing to build at Little Tokyo subway station

Metro plans to pick one developer by early next year.

Hollywood hotel designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard to open in December

Formerly a rent-controlled apartment building, it’s reopening as a boutique hotel.

Architect Bernard Judge lists award-winning hilltop home for $4.75M

Preservationists have begun to strategize about potentially landmarking the house, but Judge’s wife says she hopes they don’t.

Meet the ghosts at LA’s most haunted hotels

Just in time to schedule a spooky Halloween staycation, a guide to the paranormally-blessed hotels of Los Angeles.

Why isn’t LA building apartments for residents with moderate incomes?

Residents who earn between $56,760 and $85,140 don’t have a lot of options, says City Councilmember David Ryu.

Bridge would tie Los Angeles State Historic Park to Chinatown

Park officials are trying to bring a "long-desired" connection to North Broadway to fruition.

Edison warns of possible power shut-offs in parts of Malibu, Valley

The utility company is bracing for Santa Ana winds—and critical wildfire conditions.

Rent the multicolored Lisa Frank room of your dreams for $199 a night

Dolphins? Check. Golden Retrievers? Check. Rainbow everything? Double check.

Mandatory affordable housing mandate officially coming back to part of Westlake

The city is trying to clear up some confusion about inclusionary zoning in the neighborhood.

Is West Hollywood’s French Market on the cusp of a big redesign?

The developer is putting the approvals process on hold for an undetermined amount of time to redesign the project.