Hearings on the new permitting fees have presented a challenge for vendors.
The clubs are vestiges of the Sunset Strip’s rock ‘n’ roll days.
Should the city intervene?
After charring 745 acres and destroying 10 homes, the wildfire is 66 percent contained.
Being homeless in LA "is becoming increasingly deadly," says a new report.
The program is temporary and open to qualifying renters.
Firefighters are holding the blaze at 4,300 acres. The mayor says it’s a "miracle" that it didn’t grow today amid Santa Ana winds.
That will drive up the average annual cost of rent to $2,369, according to a new report.
It’s the first piece of a much larger revamp of the sprawling campus.
"It really is devastating to watch these beautiful old homes be completely demolished," says the seller.
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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City leaders are exploring a temporary ordinance. But tenants say they want permanent regulations.
One of the projects to get Measure HHH funding? A contested development in Chatsworth.
It will house up to 40 young women and their children.
The wildfire has charred 8,391 acres and damaged 77 homes.
"It’s popping over here," one real estate agent says.
At a community meeting, residents say they hate the look of the mixed-user designed by Morphosis.
"No one thought this could be done," he says. Here’s how AB 1482 will work in Los Angeles.
Residents who earn between $56,760 and $85,140 don’t have a lot of options, says City Councilmember David Ryu.
The utility company is bracing for Santa Ana winds—and critical wildfire conditions.
Twenty-seven years after the 1992 LA Uprising, residents are reviving an effort to get the liquor out of Tom’s liquor store.
Facing a new round of rent increases, tenants are trying to figure out how Assembly Bill 1482 might help them—if it becomes law.
"The homelessness picture is people like my uncle, who just can’t afford somewhere to live," she says.
Under a new state law, emergency shelters and affordable housing projects in LA are now exempt from CEQA.
Homebuyers hoping for prices to come down amid a recession might need to keep on waiting (or give up hope).
Among the questions Mike Feuer wants the court to answer: How many shelter beds, exactly, does Los Angeles need to build before it can enforce sidewalk laws?
106 units now, 454 units when fully built out near the Vermont/Beverly Red Line station.
The library’s garden was paved over in the ’60s for a parking lot, and the sculpture disappeared.
Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, who introduced the rules, said today that he’s ready to "revisit" them.
Designed by Paul Williams, LA’s "architect to the stars," the home is under consideration as a potential city landmark.
It will tap the last remaining Measure HHH money, a $1.2 billion bond voters approved for homeless housing.
The vote was split, but some supervisors say they are otherwise "powerless to address camping in public places."
The bill will cap rent hikes at 5 percent, plus inflation.
The Trump administration is reportedly considering putting homeless people into government-backed facilities to get them off the streets of Los Angeles.