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After heated town hall, LA councilmember ‘still committed’ to Venice homeless shelter

The shelter could get a redesign but remains on track to open in 2019.

In bustling downtown Santa Monica, rent-controlled apartments flipping to offices

The restoration will turn the century-old building, once home to more than a dozen disabled and senior renters, into offices.

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Another hot and dry winter for LA?

There’s a 76 percent chance that temperatures near Downtown LA will be near or above average this winter.

Fly through the Metro station connecting LAX to light rail

Fresh renderings show where rail and the people mover will meet.

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Here’s the real-life ‘A Star Is Born’ house

Bradley Cooper’s home from the star-studded film is actually this Calabasas charmer built in the 1970s.

HGTV designer Leanne Ford lists rustic-chic cabin in Elysian Heights for $995K

The remodeled 1911 cottage was one of the first homes ever built in the neighborhood.

Massive new Eames exhibition sheds light on iconic couple’s legacy and California life

"The World of Charles and Ray Eames" is an in-depth and personal look at the designers as told through more than 380 items.

Chairman of LA’s Olympics organizing committee lists Beverly Hills estate for $125M

If sold at that price, it would be LA’s most expensive home.

USC report says average LA rents will go up $91 by 2020

"What we find is depressing," the report’s authors say.

Historic Lincoln Heights church vying for preservation grant needs your vote

The Los Angeles base for United Farm Workers, César Chavez gave speeches at the church, and it served as a hub of organizing for the Chicano Movement in the 1960s and ’70s.

LA councilmember calls for ‘vehicle lodging passes’ for people sleeping in cars

The special permits could be used on specific non-residential streets.

Venice residents jeer as LA mayor lays out plan for 154-bed homeless shelter

"This is a decision about whether we keep people on the streets or take them off the streets," said Garcetti, struggling at times to be heard over the crowd.

Larger development planned near Purple Line in Koreatown

228 units about three blocks from the Wilshire/Vermont subway station.

American Airlines starts $1.6B renovation project at LAX

Getting ready for the airport’s new shuttle system.

Construction kicks off on county’s massive Vermont Corridor project in Koreatown

The $453 million project will include a glassy 21-story tower.

Dashing late modern in Laurel Canyon seeks second owner for $1.9M

The 1970s residence sits on a woodsy lot with garden paths and deck space.

12 places to find fall colors around Los Angeles

Looking for some fall foliage? Don't book a flight to the East Coast just yet. There are plenty of places in Southern California to find those picturesque autumnal landscapes.

What $2,300 rents in LA right now

See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Culver City, West Hollywood, and Los Feliz.

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Tunneling begins on Metro’s subway to the Westside

Tunnel boring machines are chewing up earth below the Miracle Mile.

Home prices have finally hit a wall on the West Coast

Slow sales and supply spikes indicate that homebuyers are regaining the upper hand

New exhibit captures memories of ’90s teen culture in East LA

Guadalupe Rosales is creating a new historical record—where the people included control the narrative.

CBS Television City reportedly selling to Hackman Capital for over $700M

The buyer also owns Culver Studios and is redeveloping the former Northrop Grumman aerospace plant in El Segundo.

Gorgeous Spanish-style in Silver Lake with ties to Leonardo DiCaprio for sale for $1.7M

Built in 1931, it boasts plenty of lovely original details.

Here's what $615K buys around LA

See what that price buys in five neighborhoods, including Silver Lake and Long Beach.

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Strongest Santa Ana winds in years sweep through LA

With temperatures rising and humidity plunging, fire risk is high.

Why Wall Street is putting millions into beating California rent control

New York-based Blackstone has invested millions in California’s elections—and its homes.

Planning commission slams 228-unit Koreatown condo project

"I recommend you come back with very concrete answers," one commissioner told the developer.

The retro motel map of California

Travel back in time to the golden age of motels. From Palm Springs to Lake Tahoe, these are the ones still standing—and worth visiting.

Spring Street makeover brings new protected bike lane to Downtown LA

Now if only drivers would stop parking in it.

The artists and developer who put Inglewood’s arts scene ‘on the map’

Now, as Inglewood becomes irresistible to developers, house hunters, and major sports franchises, some artists wonder whether they’ll get priced out.

Checking in on Rise Hollywood’s 369 apartments near Cahuenga and Sunset

Set to open in early 2020.

In LA, share of homes with price reductions hits a seven-year high

Is this a sign that the market is shifting toward buyers?

Metro gets started on project to speed up the Valley’s Orange Line bus

Eventually, the rapid bus will be converted to rail.

Hundreds of Beverly Hills students protest Metro’s subway to the Westside

"Our students today are going to get a lesson on Rosa Parks."

Hollywood’s Godfrey Hotel slated to open next year

The 220-room hotel will have a rooftop pool and a steakhouse

Why Long Beach oil derricks are disguised as islands

Major oil companies are pulling "wool over your eyes."

Neutra’s Bonnet House now renting for $8K per month

The two-bedroom Beachwood Canyon home has been appointed with a showroom’s worth of high-end vintage designer furnishings and art.

Beverly Hills schools call on Trump administration to strip Purple Line funding

The school board president launched a website blasting the project, and students are planning a districtwide walkout Friday.

Here’s the affordable housing project that could top Red Line station in East Hollywood

The development would bring 160 affordable apartments to Vermont and Santa Monica.

See the retail, apartment complex poised to replace Koreatown strip mall

A new seven-story building is planned for this block-wide site on Olympic.

New timeline for West LA’s Martin Expo Town Center, construction now set for 2019

No more hurdles stand in the project’s way, Martin family says.