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Hollywood hotel designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard to open in December

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

Rare decor from Robert Winter’s bungalow headed to auction

A pair of planters by Ernest Batchelder, a David Hockney painting, and furniture by potter Beatrice Wood.

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AHF to take over Los Feliz’s shuttered Orchard Supply store

It will house an Out of the Closet thrift store, as its shop in Hollywood is closing to make way for a 270-unit apartment complex.

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7 Los Angeles streets that should go car-free

If San Francisco can do Market Street—why can’t Los Angeles do Hollywood Boulevard?

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Navigating the new MoMA

The expanded Museum of Modern Art is so big, you may need GPS, and you’ll definitely need a snack.

Blue Line, ahem, A Line, to reopen November 2

New name, (slightly) faster train.

The surviving beach shacks of Los Angeles

In the era of multimillion-dollar seaside homes, the early days of beachfront housing sound too good to be true.

Will this skyscraper be Downtown LA’s next icon?

The developer says he didn’t want a "cookie cutter" high-rise.

6 open houses to check out this weekend in Glendale

Options range from classic 1920s Spanish Colonials to glassy moderns.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s magnificent Ennis House sells for $18M

The Mayan Revival mansion, made famous in appearances in Blade Runner and House on Haunted Hill, was recently restored.

The stories behind LA’s famous (and strange) street names

They are named after cult leaders, old Mexican ranchos, and the pets and family members of real estate subdividers.

Snazzy post and beam in Pasadena asking $1.4M

The three-bedroom modern, designed in the 1950s, is a "nod to Buff and Hensman."

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Rent control is making a comeback. Does it work?

Rent control is gaining momentum among 2020 election candidates, but its effects are mixed.

What $4,000 rents in Los Angeles right now

Options include a one-bedroom in El Royale and a sprawling loft in the Arts District.

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.

Crisp midcentury modern by Richard Neutra asking $2M

On a bucolic acre with picture-postcard ocean views.

California governor signs statewide rent control into law

"No one thought this could be done," he says. Here’s how AB 1482 will work in Los Angeles.

Will Burbank be the next LA city to adopt rent control?

City leaders are exploring a temporary ordinance. But tenants say they want permanent regulations.

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26 things to do in LA this fall

Eat pancakes at a Googie diner. Tour historic Victorian homes. Catch a horror flick in a 1920s theater. Walk through a rainbow-colored pavilion.

Terrific little Tudor-style asking $770K in Pasadena

Two bedrooms and a fertile front yard.

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The horror movie map of LA

Seek these filming locations out at your own peril.

The story of Smilin’ Jack, LA’s huge pumpkin-shaped oil tank

A Halloween tradition since 1952, the 80,000-barrel storage tank has 18-foot eyes and a 73-foot-long grin.

LA approves $358.1M for 2,998 affordable apartments

One of the projects to get Measure HHH funding? A contested development in Chatsworth.

Bridge housing for families opens in old Hollywood mansion

It will house up to 40 young women and their children.

1930s Spanish Colonial-style stunner seeks $3.7M in Los Feliz

Beamed ceilings, a magnesite staircase, a bougainvillea-draped dining patio, and a saltwater pool.

To help renters, LA moving to ban ‘no fault’ evictions

"We simply can’t allow massive rent increases and unjust evictions to happen anymore," councilmember says.

Saddleridge Fire ignited near power lines in Sylmar

The wildfire has charred 8,391 acres and damaged 77 homes.

Expo Line might get signal prioritization

That means cars would be held at intersections as trains are passing through.

How LA became the land of strip malls

As car ownership boomed, unremarkable commercial centers became an integral part of the LA landscape.

Ravishing 1920s Moorish Revival in the Los Feliz Oaks asking $5.5M

Making its debut after an ultra-glam interior revamp courtesy of designer Vanessa Alexander.

Here’s what $480K buys in Los Angeles

Options include two fixer-uppers and two finished condos.

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Unbungling a classic California bungalow

Architects do some back and body work to create a photographer duo’s indoor-outdoor haven.

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10 Los Angeles renters’ rights your landlord doesn't want you to know

Expert advice on how to deal with slow repairs, bad landlords, and weird move-out notices.

Report: Inglewood home prices skyrocket 63 percent

"It’s popping over here," one real estate agent says.

Dubai in WeHo? Residents loathe new Viper Room plans

At a community meeting, residents say they hate the look of the mixed-user designed by Morphosis.

For $1.5M, three-bedroom Atwater Village house has pool, finished attic

Lots of bonus spaces.

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A vision of what Downtown LA might have been

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.

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.