Vintage charm along with modern touches Now available in a pocket listing is this cheerful traditional in Beachwood Canyon. Located on curvy Belden Drive, midway between a 1920s Mediterranean by Elmer Grey and a glassy ‘60s modern by Ed Niles, the hillside home was built in 1941. Measuring 1,586 square feet, the two-story house has two bedrooms, one bath, living room, formal dining room, kitchen, and laundry room on its top level.
45 apartments with decks and vertical gardens Three Mid-City houses painted neon pink will be razed in about three weeks to make way for a 45-unit apartment complex, a rep for M-Rad, the architecture firm designing the apartment project, tells Curbed. (Four of the units will be set aside for affordable housing.) The project’s site is presently occupied by three houses painted bright pink by an artist that M-Rad reached out to.
The one-bedroom unit has plenty of space and an attractive price tag Buyers looking for a place on the Westside for under $400,000 aren’t generally faced with a lot of options, but here is one just east of the 405 (we know, we know, some might not consider that the Westside, but it’s only a block from the freeway). The one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit is located in a Palms co-op and has 917 square feet of living space, with an open floorplan that makes the interior look pretty roomy
It’s part of the Barry Berkus-designed Park Imperial South community This Palm Springs condo is one of 30 units in the Park Imperial South community, built in 1961 and designed by Barry Berkus.
It’s back on the market after selling in January This unusual residence in Glendale is looking for another new owner. The three-bedroom home appeared on the market last year and sold in January for $969,000.
Just a few blocks from the Coliseum The Figueroa Street lot that houses nonprofit community lender RISE Financial Pathways could soon be redeveloped with an affordable housing complex, according to plans filed with the city Friday. Those plans call for the construction of a new building with 57 units—one manager’s residence and 56 affordable units for homeless residents and veterans. The project applicant is listed as RISE itself, an organization established in 1993 through a public-private partnership between the city of Los Angeles and a group of banking institutions
The house was moved from Caltech in the 1990s This elegant 1,656-square-foot bungalow was built in 1912, but it hasn’t always been situated at its present location in northern Pasadena.
The taller structure was designed by prominent architect John Parkinson With the Arts District booming, developers are clamoring to buy into the rapidly evolving neighborhood. Case in point: Developer DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners has paid $20 million for a pair of loft buildings, as the Los Angeles Business Journal reports
Right next to the Palace Theatre As development booms in Downtown LA, Broadway is continuing its evolution from an eclectic strip of shops, restaurants, and repurposed theaters to a higher-end commercial corridor. Following that trend, Foot Locker may soon redevelop the historic Schaber’s Cafeteria building at 620 South Broadway into a retail outlet dedicated to the Jordan brand (a subsidiary of Nike named, of course, after Michael Jordan). Urbanize LA spotted plans for the project, which are set to be reviewed tomorrow by the Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council’s Planning and Land Use Committee.
Complete with a palm tree in the living room This wonderful modernist time capsule in Palm Springs was built in 1957 and looks very much ready for a bridge party—and maybe a few drinks by the pool. Per the listing , the three-bedroom home’s interior was designed by Arthur Elrod (who later commissioned one of John Lautner’s most supervillain-y masterpieces ). The 3,281-square-foot residence, located in the Old Las Palmas neighborhood, has been updated by designer James Reid, but the quintessentially midcentury aesthetic has clearly been well-preserved.