The 99 luxury units will hit the market sometime this spring The landmarked Beaux Arts building at 49 Chambers Street is going condo, and developer Chetrit Group has offered the first official peek at the new digs by way of a new teaser website . The site is a little scant on details—the condo interiors, by Gabellini Sheppard Associates, have yet to be revealed—but based on the magnificent building itself, they’re sure to be something. Built in 1912, 49 Chambers Street was originally home to the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank, though it has more recently served as city government offices.
A turret, a vineyard, and an outdoor pizza oven Once owned by The Go-Gos guitarist Jane Wiedlin, this pink villa built in 1928 sits on 1.5 acres in northern Burbank. Coming in at four bedrooms, the house has high, beamed ceilings, wood floors, and three fireplaces
12 new gates! Los Angeles World Airports, which operates Los Angeles International Airport, broke ground today on an addition to Tom Bradley International Terminal aimed at helping passengers get to and from planes more easily. The project, called the Midfield Satellite Concourse, will connect to Tom Bradley by way of a tunnel with three sets of moving sidewalks.
But it might never end up on the register The Factory, a 1920 building that once housed both a former gay club and a movie camera manufacturer, has been deemed eligible for the U.S. National Parks Department’s National Register of Historic Places, reports WeHoville . Located on Robertson Boulevard in West Hollywood, the building is planned to become part of a new development called Robertson Lane that will bring a hotel and retail to the site
“The entire neighborhood was up in arms” Amagansett is home to big names like Scarlet Johansson and Alec Baldwin—and now also home to a bit of a scandal. The New York Post reported that Hamptons developer Peter Cardel built a custom mansion at 84 Meeting House Lane that is higher than the East Hampton’s building code allows.
Polished concrete floors and balconies An unusual and bold small lot division in Culver City has started listing homes, each with long vertical ribbons of windows and floating staircases. The new subdivision contains five contemporary homes, and they’re being listed one at a time.
This week’s edition includes the homes of Meg Ryan and Kirsten Dunst Every week, Curbed covers dozens of market listings that vary in price, location, size, grandeur, quirkiness, and other distinct characteristics. If they managed to capture our attention, that means there’s definitely something special going on
Doors blow right off the hinges Welp, they’re here, the back-to-back storms that weather forecasters had predicted could dump up to one inch of rain per hour on Los Angeles.