Everything you need to know about making LA your home For decades, real estate barons and city leaders worked relentlessly to sell Los Angeles to frigid East Coasters, tubercular Midwesterners, and skeptical Southerners.
Everything you need to know about renting in LA With home values skyrocketing to an all-time high , a growing number of locals are priced out of buying . If you’re one of them, you’re not alone.
Get to know LA’s signature styles, from Craftsman to Googie Googie. Mission Revival. Midcentury modern.
It came on the market at the end of last month At the end of May, a 1960s Leisurama in the Culloden Shores beach community of Montauk came on the market for $799,000 under Halstead Property agents, Tim Burch and William Kuneth.
“Who doesn’t want bragging rights?” Move over Wilshire Grand: A planned 77-story skyscraper wants to be the tallest building in Los Angeles and west of the Mississippi. That’s no accident. Unlike the Wilshire Grand—which was, purportedly, not intentionally planned to be the tallest tower in the city or beyond—this skyscraper was definitely intended to a record-holder, says Jeff DiMarzio, whose firm DiMarzio Kato Architects is designing the project at Figueroa and Third in Bunker Hill
Earth hasn’t always had a 24-hour day. Here’s what that means for the June solstice.
The ceiling came down just after 3 p.m.
Apartments in Studio City, Silver Lake, Koreatown, West Adams, and Mid-Wilshire W elcome to Curbed Comparisons , where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA ’hoods. We’ve found five rentals within $100 of today’s price, $1,800
Scientists were in for a surprise after peering inside the mouths of modern alligators and birds.
It comes with a huge eat-in kitchen Editor’s Note: this post was originally published October 19, 2017.