The historic complex is located right off the Sunset Strip.
The project would rise just off San Fernando Road and the 2 Freeway.
A delegation of federal officials—from FEMA to the justice department—toured FlyawayHomes’ housing for the homeless in South LA.
A neighboring property owner says the city isn’t looking at how the development will impact his own project, the redevelopment of the historic Capitol Milling Co.
The bill will cap rent hikes at 5 percent, plus inflation.
The 53-story tower with cantilevered swimming pools would connect to the rooftop restaurant Perch.
"West Adams is selling fast," says the real estate agent who led the tour.
The recreations are extraordinarily detailed.
It’s marketed as a "rare redevelopment opportunity in the heart of Echo Park."
LA Plaza Village holds walking paths, giant murals, and 355 apartments with rents starting at $2,000.
Building the permanent supportive housing complex would require demolishing basketball courts and recreation space for kids run by the nonprofit El Centro del Pueblo.
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It’s a charming example of early modernism.
Right off the 134 freeway, the development would put apartments on a parking lot and repurpose a Chase.
Features include beamed ceilings, walls of glass, and a huge dance studio.
The Trump administration is reportedly considering putting homeless people into government-backed facilities to get them off the streets of Los Angeles.
The neighborhood is busy with redevelopment, and the new owner is already planning for mixed-use on this site.
The director recreated 1960s Los Angeles in spectacular detail.
"This building is about second chances."
Plus: Three bedrooms, multiple patios and terraces, and a pool.
The mobile home park fronts the ocean.
The unit just hit the market for the first time since 1970.
Higher nighttime temperatures are in store.
The four-bedroom property—"designed for ‘off the grid’ living—sits on four sylvan acres in Tujunga Canyon.
In Carthay Square’s historic district.
Expert advice on how to deal with slow repairs, bad landlords, and weird move-out notices.
Gil Cedillo says the neighborhood has been "under-served by private investment."
Wood-framed, it has redwood siding and "evokes the feeling of a Japanese pavilion."
Right next to the Sunset Strip.
It would link up to the bike path and contain "two natural habitat preserves."