The 1930s traditional, which the star shared with fellow actors Burgess Meredith and Johnny Swope, is probably not long for this world.
Multiple developers have proposed building gondolas to the Hollywood Sign.
It would unseat the under-construction Shoreline Gateway for the title.
"I want to capture the nobility of the tall buildings so that they can share in being sacred elements," he once said.
But "as long as they’re priced right, homes in the southern Valley are still selling like crazy," one real estate agent says.
Attorneys say the city is destroying property that homeless residents "need to survive on the streets."
The hillside home has an abundance of lovely period features, from peg-and-groove mahogany floors to built-in bookcases.
The set designers had to rebuild an entire section of the mall from scratch.
It argues the market-rate apartments "will lead to rent increases" in the neighborhood.
A new plan calls for restricting the core of Skid Row to affordable development. Groups working in the neighborhood say it’s not enough.
Hosts must register with the city, pay an $89 fee, and agree to other short-term rental regulations.
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The three-bedroom home features an indoor/outdoor koi pond, mahogany paneled walls, built-in furniture, and a solar-heated swimming pool.
Transportation solutions deployed for the 1984 Summer Olympics are even more relevant today.
Pay for trains and buses with a swipe of the phone.
The airy unit has an updated kitchen and classic bathroom tile.
Disney’s plans for the park were even more ambitious than what was actually built.
The contractor is also embroiled in a lawsuit against the developers of Oceanwide Plaza.
Formerly rent-controlled apartments, they were emptied out and almost demolished.
Three years ago, this house needed a hero. Now it’s back—and shining bright.
The penthouses are emblematic of Hollywood’s "renaissance"—and they highlight the extremes in LA’s housing market.
Expert advice on how to deal with slow repairs, bad landlords, and weird move-out notices.
The Los Feliz home where the LaBiancas were murdered by the Manson "family" is for sale for $1.98 million.
It’s a bittersweet tale of what might have been.
A local landmark, the four-bedroom modern was painstakingly restored by its current owner, designer Pamela Shamshiri.
The national spotlight is on the river, and developers are paying attention. Plans include glitzy projects by big-name architects.
It’s the latest community to pushback against shelters as the homeless population swells.