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Bridge housing for families opens in old Hollywood mansion

It will house up to 40 young women and their children.

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Rent control is making a comeback. Does it work?

Rent control is gaining momentum among 2020 election candidates, but its effects are mixed.

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To help renters, LA moving to ban ‘no fault’ evictions

"We simply can’t allow massive rent increases and unjust evictions to happen anymore," councilmember says.

Saddleridge Fire ignited near power lines in Sylmar

The wildfire has charred 8,391 acres and damaged 77 homes.

Expo Line might get signal prioritization

That means cars would be held at intersections as trains are passing through.

Ravishing 1920s Moorish Revival in the Los Feliz Oaks asking $5.5M

Making its debut after an ultra-glam interior revamp courtesy of designer Vanessa Alexander.

Meet the ghosts at LA’s most haunted hotels

Just in time to schedule a spooky Halloween staycation, a guide to the paranormally-blessed hotels of Los Angeles.

Here’s what $480K buys in Los Angeles

Options include two fixer-uppers and two finished condos.

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Every bus in this country deserves its own lane

Freeing our buses could fix a lot of our problems.

California governor signs statewide rent control into law

"No one thought this could be done," he says. Here’s how AB 1482 will work in Los Angeles.

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Unbungling a classic California bungalow

Architects do some back and body work to create a photographer duo’s indoor-outdoor haven.

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Santa Ana winds: What causes them and how they affect us

The Santa Ana winds and their supposedly sinister effects loom large in the Los Angeles imagination. But how much do the winds really change us? And how much are we changing them?

Report: Inglewood home prices skyrocket 63 percent

"It’s popping over here," one real estate agent says.

Dubai in WeHo? Residents loathe new Viper Room plans

At a community meeting, residents say they hate the look of the mixed-user designed by Morphosis.

6 open houses to check out this weekend around Mid-City

Options include Craftsman cottages, a glammed-up Spanish bungalow, a sleek contemporary townhouse, and a quaint 1920s Colonial Revival

For $1.5M, three-bedroom Atwater Village house has pool, finished attic

Lots of bonus spaces.

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26 things to do in LA this fall

Eat pancakes at a Googie diner. Tour historic Victorian homes. Catch a horror flick in a 1920s theater. Walk through a rainbow-colored pavilion.

What $2,900 rents in Los Angeles right now

Options include a two-bedroom in Silver Lake and a one-bedroom in Los Feliz’s romantic Casa Laguna.

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The horror movie map of LA

Seek these filming locations out at your own peril.

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A vision of what Downtown LA might have been

For years, neighbors tried to revive a coral tree left over from the days when planners starting building out—but never finished—a Jetsonian vision of street life.

Why isn’t LA building apartments for residents with moderate incomes?

Residents who earn between $56,760 and $85,140 don’t have a lot of options, says City Councilmember David Ryu.

Bridge would tie Los Angeles State Historic Park to Chinatown

Park officials are trying to bring a "long-desired" connection to North Broadway to fruition.

Adorable English Tudor cottage in Pasadena asking $749K

Character features include beamed ceilings, diamond-pane windows, built-ins, and a cozy fireplace.

Soothing Spanish-style in Pasadena seeks $1.5M

Built in 1924 and thoroughly revamped by Herringbone Design.

Is the city winding up to regulate tenancy in common?

Tenancy in common is a new path to homeownership in LA.

Rent the multicolored Lisa Frank room of your dreams for $199 a night

Dolphins? Check. Golden Retrievers? Check. Rainbow everything? Double check.

How LA became the land of strip malls

As car ownership boomed, unremarkable commercial centers became an integral part of the LA landscape.

Alluring 1930s Spanish-style home in Los Feliz asking $1.9M

Features include beamed ceilings, colorful tile, built-ins, and an inviting pool.

After antiseptic makeover, Leonardo DiCaprio’s former Silver Lake residence sells for $3.4M

That’s $250,000 over its asking price.

Do liquor stores like Tom’s still have a place in South LA?

Twenty-seven years after the 1992 LA Uprising, residents are reviving an effort to get the liquor out of Tom’s liquor store.

Four-bedroom condo in Hancock Park’s elegant Faubourg St. Denis asking $2.2M

Elaborately carved ceiling beams and detailed plaster work.

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10 Los Angeles renters’ rights your landlord doesn't want you to know

Expert advice on how to deal with slow repairs, bad landlords, and weird move-out notices.

Mandatory affordable housing mandate officially coming back to part of Westlake

The city is trying to clear up some confusion about inclusionary zoning in the neighborhood.

Is West Hollywood’s French Market on the cusp of a big redesign?

The developer is putting the approvals process on hold for an undetermined amount of time to redesign the project.

Here’s what $690K buys around Los Angeles

Options include a Mt. Washington bungalow and a two-bedroom in Santa Monica.

LAX is banning Lyft, Uber curbside pickups

All pickups will be directed to a centralized lot near Terminal 1.

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Where to find fall colors near Los Angeles

Who says LA doesn’t have seasons?

Eagle Rock Spanish-style with guest house asking $899K

The backyard is a scene-stealer.

The Netflix occupation of Hollywood nears as Academy on Vine rises behind ArcLight

It’s slated to open next year.