Fix the City has repeatedly taken Los Angeles to court over some of its more transformative planning proposals. Now it’s targeting a development incentive program.
The campaign to save the building is "more likely to permanently close our doors than anything else we have faced to date," the store’s owners say.
The developer says it remains committed to the project, which would rise next to Capitol Records.
A citizens’ oversight committee is questioning the use of that money.
The store is "a cultural resource," the foundation says. Amoeba sold its property to a developer four years ago for $34 million.
Attorneys say the city is destroying property that homeless residents "need to survive on the streets."
The contractor is also embroiled in a lawsuit against the developers of Oceanwide Plaza.
In a new court filing, the construction manager raises concerns about Hadid’s friendships with city inspectors.
The tower may or may not be for sale, but AHF is offering $50 million.
City Councilmember says the new agreement will have a "detrimental effect on setting sound homelessness policy."
The planned community would bring almost 20,000 new homes to the Antelope Valley.
Judge allowing construction to start on Venice homeless shelter—despite residents’ efforts to stop it
But a lawsuit challenging the city’s approval of the shelter will continue. "The city is certainly proceeding at its own risk," the judge says.
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They want to overturn the city’s approval of the 725-unit apartment complex.
A judge is allowing a lawsuit brought by Inglewood residents against the city over the proposed Clippers arena to proceed.
"What idiot would put this in a residential neighborhood on some of the most expensive land in California?" says Venice Stakeholders Association president.
But an opening date is still TBD.
Palmer’s company, G.H. Palmer and Associates, owns thousands of apartments throughout Downtown LA.
AHF says the city has shown "deliberate indifference to the serious negative impacts and resulting gentrification" this project would bring to LA.
Parts of the home were never permitted—and the courts have ordered that some of it must come down.
City Councilmember says it’s "a gift for the community just in time for the holidays."
The tower has been vacant since 2015.
No more hurdles stand in the project’s way, Martin family says.
What is the California Environmental Quality Act, exactly?
A new court ruling indicates the city and Target can turn this sad, blighty corner into a functioning Target
The nonprofit says the building should be turned into homeless housing.
Neighbors say they live "in constant fear of the hillside collapsing."
Affordable housing, community spaces, a school, and a transit plaza will rise on a lot that has been empty for 26 years.
It’s the latest setback for the project that opponents say is too tall for the area
The Beachwood Canyon gate to Griffith Park has been closed since last year.
Will this be another nail in the coffin for Paul Manafort’s and Jeffrey Yohai’s fledgling real estate empire?
But a lawsuit still may be on the horizon
They’re tormented by fans—and ghosts
The project would bring affordable housing, a public school, and a transit plaza to the neighborhood.
The SEC has ordered the firm to freeze its assets and halt business operations.
A verdict Monday found that restauranteur Dana Hollister meddled in the sale of the 1920s property to Perry.