Keller Williams Asking prices range from $899K to $1.895 million Welcome to another edition of our weekly series rounding up open houses to check out over the weekend, because who doesn’t love a little real estate gawking?
The rooftop has a terrace, a bar, and a pool.
A rendering of the project, set to rise at Selma and Ivar.
A pool, walls of glass, and views of Downtown LA The band members of Maroon 5 sure know how to pick ’em.
Beamed ceilings and loads of windows in the living room. | Photos by Pierre Galant, courtesy of Deasy Penner Podley In a serene setting Way up in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, this Sierra Madre cottage is close to hiking trails and far from the action and crowds of city life. The 960-square-foot house in Little Santa Anita Canyon was built in 1949
The Tokio Florist as seen from Hyperion. | Via Cultural Heritage Commission The Sakais were among the Japanese-Americans who once dominated the California flower industry The shuttered Tokio Florist on Hyperion Avenue—one of the last remaining markers of LA’s “once-abundant flower growing industry”—is a big step closer to becoming a city landmark. In a 4-0 vote, the cultural heritage commission moved today to declare the half-acre Silver Lake property, along with the 1911-built Tudor- and Craftsman-style house that sits on it, the sign that advertises the florist, and the garden that grows on the site, as a historic-cultural monument
These 50 affordable studio apartments for seniors at 11010 Santa Monica Boulevard in West LA are in line for $7 million in HHH funding. | Via Department of City Planning “Let’s get these going,” councilmember says Los Angeles lawmakers are queuing up $335.8 million to help build nearly 3,000 affordable apartments across the city for homeless Angelenos—including contested plans for the first homeless housing in the northwest San Fernando Valley . The money will come from Measure HHH , a $1.2 billion bond that voters approved in 2016 to build 10,000 units of permanent supportive housing
Jack Bremen The home has three bedrooms, two and a half baths, and Mills Act tax benefits Built in 1936, this French Normandy Revival in Windsor Square appears to be aging as gracefully as Catherine Deneuve. Located at 500 South Norton Avenue at West 5th Street, the well-preserved residence is a contributor to the neighborhood historic preservation zone, and comes with Mills Act tax benefits.
The double-height living room’s floor-to-ceiling windows are decorated with paper chains left over from a Christmas party.