The site at 3061 Riverside Drive that is proposed for bridge housing. | Google Maps The owner of the commercial property wants to lease it to the city Los Angeles City Councilmember David Ryu is hoping to bring a bridge housing development to a section of Riverside Drive at the Silver Lake and Los Feliz border
Photos: RISE Media, courtesy of the Corcoran Group The apartment has hardwood floors and a walk-in closet Welcome back to The Six Digit Club , in which we take a look at a newish-to-market listing priced under $1 million, because nice things sometimes come in small packages. Send nominations to the tipline.
Councilmember Gil Cedillo says LA needs “to come up with solutions to keep our fellow Angelenos in their homes and stop the flow into homelessness.” | Shutterstock It might get the first right of refusal If an owner wants to demolish a rent-controlled building, should the city of Los Angeles or the tenants get the opportunity to buy it first? The Los Angeles City Council’s housing committee endorsed the idea Wednesday.
With at least 400,000 residents, the New York City Housing Authority is the nation’s largest public housing system. | Shutterstock Sorely needed maintenance, energy retrofits, climate proofing, and good quality jobs for residents, for starters During a press conference for the Green New Deal For Public Housing Act , a new bill introduced by Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep.
Max Touhey Plus, the MTA’s $249M spend on police officers—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup Good morning, and welcome to New York Minute, a new roundup of the New York City news you need to know about today.
Beautiful inside and out Every room in this Pasadena Spanish-style is a statement maker. The show starts in the foyer—where a curving magnesite staircase is inlaid with decorative tiles and lined with a wrought iron railing—and continues in the adjoining living room, which is accented by pitched ceilings with exposed beams, a brick fireplace, and arched entryways. The kitchen, with its blue cabinets and copper farm sink topped by a rounded window, and the dining room, which opens via French doors to the terraced backyard, don’t take an intermission
A rendering of the developed former Peninsula Hospital site in Far Rockaway.
Jesse Armas, courtesy of Compass Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can buy for a set dollar amount in various NYC neighborhoods. Is one man’s studio another man’s townhouse
Nathan Kensinger Local opponents plan to sue against the city’s plan in the coming weeks A $1.45 billion effort to transform Manhattan’s east side with flood protections overwhelmingly passed the City Council Thursday, but local opponents are preparing a lawsuit against the city’s plan. The East Side Coastal Resiliency (ESCR) Project will reconstruct a 2.4-mile stretch of waterfront including East River Park, which would be razed and rebuilt up to 10 feet higher. An earlier version of the plan would have closed the park completely during more than three years of work, but an eleventh hour switch to a phased construction plan ensures that nearly half of the park will remain open throughout the project
Awash in rustic charm On the market for the first time in five decades, this cutie-patootie can be found on La Cañada’s aptly named Palm Drive, about a mile northwest of Descanso Gardens . Built in 1947, the Western-flavored ranch house is situated a fair distance back from the street at the end of a red brick path lined with colorful flowers.