The new landscaping plan draws inspiration from Tom Sawyer’s Island in Disneyland In a 180-degree turn, the redevelopment of Studio City’s long-running Sportsmen’s Lodge event center has won approval from a key city committee. After getting bashed September, the redevelopment’s landscaping plans, which have since been revised, now have the endorsement of the city’s cultural heritage commission. Commission president Richard Barron called the conceptual renderings “wonderful.” And commissioner Barry Milofsky told the developer: “You responded to everything we asked.” Drawing on inspiration from Tom Sawyer’s Island in Disneyland, the new landscape design features existing redwoods along with additions: ferns in shady areas under the redwoods and native plants along the meandering water feature that travels through the development.
Everything you need to know about Amazon’s deal with New York Amazon’s HQ2 search is officially over: The company confirmed via a blog post that Long Island City and Crystal City, a neighborhood in Arlington, Virginia, were the locations chosen for its new, split-up headquarters. After the decision was made public, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo gathered with other city and state officials to gleefully announce that they had sealed the deal, which includes just shy of $3 billion in subsidies
The city needs more time for “further evaluation” of dockless bikes The city has decided to extended its dockless bike-share pilot another 90 days to allow for more time for more evaluation, reports Crain’s .
The New York native’s ideas about LA started out shallow and grew more nuanced with time True to his roots, Manhattan native Stan Lee , who died on Monday at age 95, set the majority of his famed comics in New York City . It was only after the prolific creator moved to Los Angeles in the early 1980s that Marvel’s first major superhero team, the West Coast Avengers, opened their base of operations here. “I dunno, maybe LA is just a funnier place,” Lee once told the LA Weekly of the Southland-based superheroes’ decidedly more offbeat style
The light rail route was scheduled to open next year One of LA’s most anticipated new train lines will open a little later than expected.
Some tenants say they are unsure what their obligations are now that the strike is over Tenants on a rent strike in the Westlake area, known as the Burlington Unidos, thought their fight was over. At the end of August, building owner Lisa Ehrlich announced she would drop all remaining unlawful detainer cases against the tenants, and the Burlington Unidos declared a victory
Tell us what you think in the comments Yesterday, the Hamptons saw its first snow fall of the winter season.
What do you think it will sell for? An oceanfront new build on Dune Road in Westhampton has gone into contract after just a month on the market
It was asking $16M last year In March of 2017, the 3.3-acre property at 863 Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack listed for $16 million. A year and a half later, the estate is now available for under $10 million
The train will stop at Burbank, Downtown, Norwalk, and Fullerton In spite of rising costs and looming obstacles , plans for high-speed rail line in Southern California are slowly chugging along. The board overseeing California’s high-speed rail project , which could eventually travel between San Francisco and Los Angeles in under three hours, unanimously endorsed on Thursday routes for three separate segments of the line. Spanning a combined 82 miles, these sections of the project will run between Palmdale and Anaheim