Right next to the Capitol Records building.
Located next to Mama Shelter and within a hub of hotels and nightlife spots.
Period features include elaborate molding and plasterwork, a magnesite staircase, and vividly colored tile.
With all the new developments cropping up in the neighborhood, a City Councilmember says the Walk of Fame needs to take it up a notch.
The former hunting lodge of silent-film idol Francis X. Bushman.
How the eternal resting place of old Hollywood movie stars became a place of pilgrimage for music fans.
The five-bedroom oceanfront estate was the scene of actress Thelma Todd’s mysterious death in 1935.
Built for ‘Casablanca’ producer Hal Wallis, the 1927 Spanish Colonial includes beamed ceilings, French doors, and indoor and outdoor bars.
The historic property includes a meticulously restored 1913 Beaux Arts mansion, rolling lawns, rose gardens, and a luxurious swimming pool.
A symbol of the Academy Awards, the iconic carpet made its debut in 1961. Here’s a look at a few surprising facts about the nylon floor covering.
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According to an NBC4 report, some enterprising tour bus operators posses a profound lack of accurate information about where celebrities actually live. It's a major headache for homeowners who say their homes are being stalked and vandalized.
The city’s planning commission approves Paramount Studio’s expansion plan, but says it should scale back a 240-foot tower on Melrose Avenue in Hollywood, calling it out-of-scale for the neighborhood.
The Hollywood restaurant’s new owners, who purchased the place in March, aren’t wasting any time. They say their renovations will be based on the property’s original 1914 plans.
The open air theatre in the Cahuenga Pass is making a comeback. The venue was built in 1921, and has withstood a wildfire and raucous rock 'n' rollers. Here's a look back at its dramatic history.
A local developer who’s also planning two hotels in the area, wants to build a mixed-user with 40 units and a half dozen retail spots on the thoroughfare, near the CNN building. The project would entail razing an old building.
Icon Tower is 14 stories tall, and it's helping alter Hollywood's skyline. The facade has lots of small windows and swaths of glass. Once finished, it will house Netflix employees and serve as the centerpiece of Sunset Bronson Studios' expansion.
Break out the economy-size bottle of Windex — architect Ed Niles' first residential project has flipped back to market. Built in 1966, the three-bedroom modern has views for days and a brand-new kitchen and baths. It's asking $2.779 million.