Bianca has been at Curbed for five years. She writes about development, the Los Angeles River, and preservation.
After months of negotiations, city officials tell the courts they don’t see a way to salvage the structure.
428 apartments right over the Pershing Square subway station.
The clubs are vestiges of the Sunset Strip’s rock ‘n’ roll days.
Live in a piece of architectural history.
Called West End, it will have more than 200,000 square feet of space next to Google and the Expo Line.
The latest development site is in use as a produce distribution center.
The sci-fi masterpiece got a few things right about LA in 2019.
Two river-rock fireplaces and a garage fallout shelter.
For many residents, it’s a sign of changing times in the neighborhood.
The redevelopment would bring a 15-story tower with 323 residential units, most of them market-rate. "If we do not adapt soon, our market’s demise is around the corner," one of the owners said.