Now asking $11.7M Back in June, Curbed featured the home at 59 Middle Lane in East Hampton when it hit the market for $12.7 million. The address of the home also serves as the title of a 2012 documentary which tells the story of twins Greg and Alexa Ammon reconciling their past—which includes a visit to the home in which their father was murdered
The Greek Revival home has been updated In August of 2015, the 4,350-square-foot home at 94 Ocean Road in Bridgehampton went up for sale for $5,295,000. Prior to that, it was available to rent. It stuck around on the market for about 10 months before the listing was removed in June of 2016
It’s still the most expensive for sale on the island, though The home at 25 Nostrand Parkway on Shelter Island has been the most expensive home on the stretch of land since it came on the market back in 2016. At the time, it was listed for $32 million
The six-story development would have 205 units A major residential project could be on the way to Reseda , bringing 205 new apartments to the area. The six-story development is planned for 6670 North Reseda Boulevard, just a half-block from the LA River, and will replace a cluster of commercial and office buildings that now stand on the project site.
Formerly known as the Santa Monica Museum of Art In the span of the last two years, the Santa Monica Museum of Art left its namesake city for Downtown and changed its name to reflect its new home in Los Angeles.
Features include hardwood floors and arched entryways This very handsome Spanish-style home west of the Silver Lake Reservoir has views, natural light, and plenty of classic character. Constructed in 1929, the four-bedroom, two-bath home boasts hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and arched entryways and wall niches. The comfortable-looking living room is arranged around an elegant sloping fireplace and opens directly out to a balcony overlooking the surrounding hills and rooftops.
The Griffith Observatory was packed Cities across the country took in the spectacle of a total solar eclipse —an event that hasn’t happened nationwide in more than a century. Unfortunately, Los Angeles wasn’t in the “path of totality,” where a full eclipse can be seen, but we were still able to view a partial solar eclipse , and that was exciting enough to draw huge crowds out to public spaces across the city for viewing parties. Griffith Observatory was, unsurprisingly, packed
They’re embracing bike lanes when other neighborhoods are fighting them. Drivers use a busy stretch of Jefferson Boulevard west of Vermont the same way they use many popular Los Angeles corridors: flying down extra-wide lanes at dangerously high speeds in order to get somewhere else