The developer appears to be Oakland As owner Lewis Wolff An empty retirement community at the western edge of Sawtelle could soon be redeveloped into a hotel with 88 rooms and 500 square feet of ground-level retail space.
The completed project will bring 187 affordable apartments to the area A new housing development with a total of 187 units of supportive housing for low-income and homeless residents broke ground yesterday in East Hollywood.
Trawlers, junks, and more Finding a place to live in a city as pricey as Los Angeles can be tricky, and homebuyers often have to get creative in order to stay on budget.
Just delightful Just a short walk away from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, this sweet three-bedroom house is just as charming inside as it is outside. A mix of Storybook and French Normandy Revival styles, the house is entered via an impressive wood door set into a turret
Peace and love, man Back in 1967, on Easter Sunday, Los Angeles hosted its first “love-in,” a gathering of hippies and their ilk to dance and spread love around. This year, a 50th anniversary celebration is planned to take place in the same section of Elysian Park that the first one happened decades ago, Eastsider LA reports
New locations also coming soon to Long Beach and North Hollywood Almost one year ago, Silver Lake was introduced to 365 by Whole Foods , the stripped down grocery store brand aimed at cost-conscious millennials. Things must be good in the organic produce and La Croix business, because 365 by Whole Foods is about to expand into Santa Monica.
Those prices are the fourth-highest around any MLB ballpark Baseball season is here and, with interest rates on the rise, perhaps it’s also time for a bit of home shopping. That may well be the idea behind a new report from Estately analyzing home prices around the nation’s 29 Major League Baseball stadiums. Of those ballparks, Dodger Stadium has the fourth-highest sale prices within two miles of the field (though perhaps the relatively inexpensive ticket prices help to make up for that, if you’re the type of person who bases your homebuying decisions on proximity to live baseball)
Did this house hurt itself when it fell from heaven? Located southeast of Vernon and Western avenues, this 1912 Craftsman house is a gem.
The gate’s set to close for good on April 18 Not every Beachwood Canyon resident wants to keep Griffith Park hikers and Hollywood Sign sightseers out of their neighborhood —they’re planning a rally next weekend to show their support for keeping the trailhead in their neighborhood open. City officials are planning to permanently close the Beachwood Canyon access point to the Hollyridge Trail—which leads to up-close views of the famous Hollywood Sign in Griffith Park—on April 18 . The decision is the result of a lawsuit against brought against the city by a Beachwood Canyon horse ranch
It looks like developers are going with a more ambitious concept A big plan to redevelop more than 15 acres surrounding the North Hollywood Metro station is moving forward, with developers of the project seemingly leaning toward the more ambitious of two proposed developments on the project site. Urbanize LA spotted a presentation on the project that Metro’s San Fernando Valley Service Council is scheduled to review Wednesday.