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
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams wants the city to conduct a study that would measure the potential of new developments Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is calling upon the city conduct a study that explores opportunities to create new mixed-use and affordable housing along the 3 train line, near Livonia Avenue in Brownsville. The proposed planning study would measure the feasibility to transform vacant lots along 98th Street from East New York to Livonia avenues, and from Livonia Avenue east to Van Sinderen Avenue
Would you rather pay more or live on the ground floor? Imagine you have just under $2 million to spend on a place and you’ve narrowed it down to two one-bedrooms in the same Gramercy building. How do you make up your mind?
The project will include nearly 200,000 square feet of new construction In the works for over a decade, a major overhaul planned for the 44-acre Manhattan Village Shopping Center in Manhattan Beach may be on its way to fruition. The Daily Breeze reports that a lawsuit filed by opponents of the project in 2014 was settled earlier this month, after the city approved alternate construction plans in June. A separate appeal of the project from neighboring businesses was rejected by the Manhattan Beach City Council last week
You would never guess that this home dates back to 1899 When it comes to Brooklyn townhouses, Gowanus might not be one of the top places that comes to mind but there are quite a few good ones to be found. Take this cute 19th century townhouse, located at 176 12th Street.
Thinking of buying? Check out these neighborhoods Buying a home in New York City is a daunting task that requires the perfect cocktail of available funds, gumption, and luck in the real estate world (as we’ve learned with this go-around of Renovation Diaries .) It also requires the exceedingly important choice of where that first home will be