The Trinity and Clark hotels will open by the end of next year South Park’s Trinity Auditorium building and the Grand Central Market -adjacent Clark Hotel have spent years under protracted restorations. The wait will be over soon, the New York Post reports: both historic buildings are slated to open by the end of 2019 under a new banner.
“It is the humane thing to do” Los Angeles City Councilmembers pledged Tuesday to build at least 222 units of permanent supportive housing in each of their 15 districts over the next three years. If they can accomplish that goal, they’ll bring 3,330 supportive housing units to “every corner” of the city by July 2020
The tower was once expected to be complete in 2020 An improvised park and office building on Wilshire Boulevard have been granted city landmark status, potentially complicating plans to build a 36-story mixed-use development on the site. The Real Deal reports that the Los Angeles City Council approved historic-cultural monument status earlier this month for the 11-story, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill-designed office building at 3700 Wilshire and for “Liberty Park,” the grassy front lawn between the building and the street.
The 1941 residence boasts walls of glass and built-in furniture This exquisite midcentury modern residence in Studio City is up for sale for the third time since 2012, but only the fourth time since it was constructed in 1941. The innovative home, known as the Samuel Goodwin Residence, was designed by R.M. Schindler, who, along with onetime partner Richard Neutra, pioneered modern architectural design in Los Angeles.
From the Westside to the Valley Welcome 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 homes and condos within $10,000 of today’s price: $725,000.
The Sun Valley project would bring over 100 new units of housing to the area A row of shops along Lankershim Boulevard near the border of North Hollywood and Sun Valley could soon make way for a mixed use development with commercial space and housing. Plans for the project submitted to the city Friday show that it would replace a car lot and shops at 7401 Lankershim Boulevard with a five-story development that would include 108 units of housing—nine of them set aside for extremely low-income residents. The affordable housing and the project’s close proximity to several major bus lines qualifies it for new city incentives meant to spur affordable development near transit
Will the company build its Mars rockets in LA? A fixture in Hawthorne for the past decade, aerospace manufacturer SpaceX is looking to widen its operations within the city of Los Angeles just as the company ramps up efforts to craft rockets capable of reaching Mars. Plans approved by the Board of Harbor Commissioners last week suggest the company’s plans could include a new manufacturing facility at the Port of LA.
“This is the big one” The winter’s biggest storm is expected to hit Southern California later this week, and, once again, it could mean trouble for areas affect by this season’s devastating wildfires. The storm will work its way south, hitting the San Luis Obispo area on Tuesday night, then move through Santa Barbara and Ventura counties on Wednesday.
The project would bring 80 new guest rooms to the neighborhood A new Koreatown hotel could soon sprout from a parking lot in the rapidly developing neighborhood. Plans filed with the city Friday call for a new mixed-use project at the southeast corner of Eighth Street and Mariposa Avenue, close to the Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools complex and within a stone’s throw of several other big developments in the area
The project was once expected to open this year A long-planned Chinatown development took a step forward this week when the planning department released a draft environmental report on the project—a major step in the approval process. In the works for more than three years , the College Station project would bring 770 new apartments to a nearly five-acre parcel of land at the northeast intersection of College and Spring streets. The complex would also include 51,390 square feet of commercial space, including a grocery store, restaurants, a coffee shop, and an ice cream shop