See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Burbank to Redondo Beach Welcome to Curbed Comparisons , where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA ’hoods.
Dutch doors, hardwood floors, and a nice backyard Built in 1922, this nearly 1,200-square-foot cottage tucked into a cul de sac is a quaint and cute retreat in the hills of Beachwood Canyon . The two-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 6232 Glen Airy Drive is fronted by a red Dutch door.
The landmark was admirably restored and polished by its current owner, designer Pamela Shamshiri It’s shaping up to be a real banner week for fans of California modernist architecture.
Neighbors are fighting plans to put a shelter on a street they say is already challenged by crime, graffiti, and disinvestment Whittier’ s plans to build a homeless shelter are just getting off the ground and local leaders are already facing pushback.
Note to realtors: “Please research before showing” It’s been almost 50 years to the date that supermarket chain owner Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemary, who ran a successful clothing business, were killed by the Manson “family” at their Los Feliz home. That house is now on the market
The hotel would rise on Spring and Sixth streets in Downtown LA A slim hotel tower slated to rise on a Historic Core parking lot is slated to begin construction in spring 2020 and wrap up in 2022. The Spring Street Hotel is developed by Lizard Capital and designed by Asap/Adam Sokol Architecture Practice
Built in 1950 A city landmark, the Richard and Helen Arens house is one of a collection of incredible midcentury modern homes built for the Crestwood Hills Mutual Housing Association —considered the only successful large-scale cooperative housing development in California. Like some other Crestwood homes, 12436 Deerbrook Lane was designed by architect A
How progressive design built Village Green, an affordable “garden city” in the heart of Los Angeles In 2008, design consultant Colombene Gorton became a homeowner. She purchased one of the 629 historic condos at Village Green , a midcentury complex that sprawls across 64 acres at the foot of Baldwin Hills .
What’s next for the property? After its landmarking last month, the Miracle Mile tavern Tom Bergin’s has been sold. David Passman of the Passman Group, the brokerage that represented the former owners, announced the sale Wednesday, but did not disclose the amount and would not comment on the buyer’s plans for the former bar.
Without major changes, most Angelenos will be caught off guard when the next quake hits During last week’s quakes in Ridgecrest, California, Los Angeles officials touted the fact that the city’s new earthquake early warning app “ worked as designed ,” when it delivered no warnings to users. The lack of an alert stirred up confusion , and it highlighted an even bigger problem: The half-million people who have the app on their phones don’t know how LA’s early warning app is supposed to work—or what to expect when it is activated.