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Metro Board will delay discussion of North Valley BRT

It’s been a year of ups and downs for Metro’s bus projects.

The big problem with affordable housing

8,597 income-restricted units in Los Angeles may no longer be affordable in the next five years.

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Is it better to buy or rent in Los Angeles?

Is now a good time to buy? And can renting ever save you money in the long run?

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Why building walkable cities is the key to economic success

New report Foot Traffic Ahead finds walkable urbanism isn’t just sustainable and enjoyable, but more profitable.

Look around West Hollywood’s freshly renovated Formosa Cafe

The old celebrity haunt is set to finally reopen.

1920s Spanish-style with idyllic garden asking $2.2M in Beachwood Canyon

Arched doorways, French doors, painted tile, wrought-iron sconces, and Juliet balconies.

What happened to the exciting redesign of Pershing Square?

The much-maligned public square was poised for a transformative makeover. Will it ever happen?

Here’s what $820K buys around LA

See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Pico-Robertson to Pasadena.

Dolores Huerta deserves more than a square

Compared to Cesar Chavez, Huerta is still vastly under-honored in Los Angeles.

Neuehouse opening in Downtown’s historic Bradbury Building

The private club and workspace will take up the entire second floor of the ‘Blade Runner’ building.

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The birth and rebirth of LA’s hottest block

When it opened in 1908, the enormous Hamburger & Sons department store made Downtown LA’s South Broadway into a destination for the first time. Thanks to the area’s explosive redevelopment, the building is now making a comeback.

Downtown LA Expo Line stations closing for two months

The 7th Street/Metro Center and Pico stations shut down Saturday.

Academy Museum opening delayed—again—to 2020

The $388 million project is part of an evolving stretch of Wilshire Boulevard.

Stunning modern in the Los Feliz Oaks asking $2M

The longtime home of two architects, it’s a light-filled sanctuary.

Majestic Jefferson Park Craftsman asks $1.2 million

The four-bedroom home has wood floors and lovely built-ins.

Metro: ‘No complaints’ about Flower Street bus-only lane

The Downtown LA pilot project is moving 60 buses every hour.

Quaint Craftsman-style cottage in Sierra Madre seeks $639K

The one-bedroom house has Batchelder-style tiles, a two-sided fireplace, and hardwood floors throughout.

Above Chateau Marmont, graceful Spanish-style seeks $3.9M

It’s like your own private Chateau.

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LA’s 13 best beaches, mapped

From Malibu to coastal Orange County, here are 13 great beaches to visit this summer.

‘Stop this madness’: Valley residents trying to block bus rapid transit

It’s one of 28 projects Metro aims to complete in time for the Olympics.

Committee endorses skyscraper with 438 market-rate condos across from Figat7th

A separate city commission had pushed for some affordable housing in Mitsui Fudosan’s 41-story tower.

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The ultimate ‘Chinatown’ filming location map of Los Angeles

The essential Los Angeles film was released 45 years ago today.

Mayor announces more ‘sensitive’ approach to cleanup around homeless encampments

Under the new approach, homeless residents might also be trained and hired to clean city streets and sidewalks themselves, Garcetti says.

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21 things to do in the mountains around LA

Hike to a hot spring. Picnic lakeside. Eat pizza in a log cabin. Stargaze. Pick berries.

Downtown LA’s Alamo Drafthouse to finally open in July

The inaugural lineup will be "independent and blockbuster films," plus "hard-to-find cult favorites."

What $2,600 rents in LA right now

Options include a pretty two-bedroom in Los Feliz and a spot in a Mid-City fourplex.

Modernist landmark by Rudolph Schindler asking $1.5M in Sherman Oaks

Restored by Michael LaFetra, it features bold geometric planes, clerestory windows, Douglas fir paneling, and extensive built-ins.

Mohamed Hadid’s former contractor says ‘entire’ Bel Air mansion should be demo’d

In a new court filing, the construction manager raises concerns about Hadid’s friendships with city inspectors.

Cozy 1920s cottage in Atwater Village seeks $892K

The house sits on a roomy lot, shaded by tall trees.

One-third of Angelenos are apartment hunting in other cities

Apartment List finds nearly 17 percent of outbound searches are in Phoenix, where a one-bedroom rents for $870.

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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.

Details unfurled for $170M renovation of Fashion District’s California Market Center

Opened in 1963 as the place for fashion wholesalers, it will be repositioned to attract a new kind of tenant.

Q&A: Disneyland’s new ‘Star Wars’ land feels like a park of its own

An art history professor weighs in on the architecture and design of the evolving theme park—and its new attraction.

Facing redevelopment, Miracle Mile tavern Tom Bergin’s named LA landmark

Preservationists say the tavern earned "a reputation as one of the most iconic and beloved places to imbibe" in Los Angeles.

‘Coliving’ comes to Echo Park bungalow courts

What will happen to rent control?

Wright disciple Foster Rhodes Jackson’s organic modern masterpiece asking $5M

Constructed over several decades, the stone-and-glass residence bears a strong resemblance to Taliesin West.

Councilmembers say other cities sending homeless residents to LA

Are cities outside LA illegally enforcing laws against sleeping on sidewalks?

Rent Reese Witherspoon’s beach house from ‘Big Little Lies’

The Northern California-set show used this LA beach house as a filming location.

Here’s what $580K buys around LA

See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Lake Balboa to Marina del Rey.