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Jenna Chandler is the editor of Curbed LA. She oversees the site's editorial operations and writes about housing and density. Before joining Curbed in 2016, she was a staff writer at the Orange County Register, a senior local editor at Patch, and a reporter for the Porterville Recorder in California's San Joaquin Valley. Raised in the sunshine of Los Angeles and Orange counties, she always puts "the" in front of freeway names (but never before PCH). She has lived in Long Beach and Santa Monica; today she lives between Pailin Thai Cuisine and Griffith Park.

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An illustrated guide to SoCal breeze blocks

Get to know one of the grooviest features of midcentury modern architecture.

Former planning director fined $281K for ethics violations

It’s the second largest fine ever issued by the city’s ethics commission.

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Love in a Hollywood heat wave

Finding the one during a neighborhood brownout.

Modernized Spanish-style with back house seeks $999K in Mid-City

Built in 1924 but looking very 2019.

Congresswoman asks LA mayor to defend laws that criminalize homelessness

The House Financial Services Committee convened in Los Angeles for a special meeting on homelessness.

800 women live without shelter in Skid Row. Now 25 have a safe place to sleep

The number of women experiencing homelessness countywide swelled 13 percent in the last year.

1920s bungalow on Highland Park stair street asking $785K

Walking distance to the cafes, bars, and restaurants on Figueroa Street.

TICs are changing LA’s housing market—for better, and worse

There’s a new, more affordable way of buying property in Los Angeles.

What $650K buys in Los Angeles right now

Options include this Hollywood two-bedroom with views of the hills.

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The 21 best hotel pools in LA, mapped

From rooftops with killer views in Downtown Los Angeles to shady cabanas in West Hollywood.