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Sunny Highland Park bungalow with sweeping views asks $750K

The 1920s home has wood floors and open living spaces.

What to know about the Blue Line shutdown, set to start January 26

Buses will replace trains from downtown Long Beach to Willowbrook.

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Why does LA’s mandatory retrofit program ignore vulnerable steel skyscrapers?

After Northridge, engineers warned that hundreds of towers could be dangerous in a large earthquake—but the city hasn’t required owners to fix them.

Grand old Pasadena estate overlooking the Colorado Bridge hits the market for $8M

The gracious 1917 Monterey Colonial holds seven bedrooms, six baths—and eight fireplaces.

The city is prepping for an earthquake on these 5 fault lines

They’re all directly below LA.

Serene Spanish-style bungalow in Venice asks $1.9M

Enclosed behind hedges, the 1920s home boasts plenty of original details.

Homes in Hollywood Hills evacuated as rain storms make final stand in LA

By AccuWeather’s calculations, Downtown Los Angeles is on track to receive one month’s worth of rain this week alone.

Metro will recommend moving forward with congestion pricing, says CEO

Could tolls on drivers solve LA’s traffic problem?

Jamison planning 177 units on site of East Hollywood swap meet

Just around the corner, developers want to convert a theater into a music and event venue.

Here’s what $685K buys around LA

See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Altadena to Mar Vista.

SpaceX won’t build rockets at LA’s port after all

It’s a setback to the efforts of local officials to brand the harbor area as a burgeoning tech hub.

See the six-story retail, residential complex slated for West Adams

Developer CIM Group already has a couple projects in the works in the neighborhood.

What $2,100 rents in LA right now

See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Pasadena and Mid-City.

Darling 120-year-old duplex asks $995K in historic Angelino Heights

Built in 1899, it still has its original fireplace and wood floors.

Earthquake faults crisscross LA. Is it safe to tunnel here?

Subway tunnels are not immune to damage during earthquakes—but they’re probably safer than skyscrapers. Here’s why.

Is it cheaper to rent or buy in Los Angeles?

A new report crunches the numbers.

The myth of ‘We don’t build houses like we used to’

The common lament misses crucial context about the style trends and building materials of the past.

The female powerhouse who developed 1920s Downtown LA

A former plumber who wore a white rose beneath the brim of her hat, Florence Casler rose to meteoric success in a field dominated by men.

Cheery Spanish-style townhouse asks $1M near Sunset Strip

The small complex is organized around fountains and courtyards.

Tour the beautifully redone Hancock Park home of Shonda Rhimes

The "formerly wrong and ugly house" is now a knockout.

These are 16 of the best movie theaters in LA

Here’s where to catch a film this holiday season.

LA’s next big earthquake could displace 270,000 people

Where will they go?

Plans to build LA’s new tallest tower on Bunker Hill moving forward

If built, the 77-story skyscraper from developer Shenzhen New World Group would be a record-breaker.

FBI probe of Jose Huizar looking closely at Downtown development

Developers named in search warrant are working on some of Downtown LA’s biggest and most high-profile projects.

Arthur Elrod and the vibrant, modern interiors of Palm Springs

For clients that included Lucille Ball, the prolific designer blended minimalist interiors, bulky furniture pieces, and opulent antiques.

See the 41-story skyscraper planned for Bunker Hill

Developer Jamison Services is planning a new skyscraper for the site at Fourth and Figueroa.

4,600 ‘soft-story’ apartment buildings still need earthquake retrofits

Most of the apartments damaged and destroyed in the Northridge quake were in these dingbat-style buildings.

Pretty Mt. Washington post and beam seeks $1.9M

Built in 1985 but refreshed by Los Angeles design firm Breland-Harper.

Whimsical geodesic dome in Topanga asks $1.3M

It’s part of a bohemian compound that includes an artist’s studio.

Suspect arrested in connection with anti-gentrification graffiti in El Sereno

Activists say he should win an award for "best public art" in 2019.

Take a drive through Downtown LA—then and now

A short film shows how much Bunker Hill has changed since the 1940s.

Curbed LA’s 13 best longreads of 2018

From Pepperdine’s evacuation plans to Los Angeles’s magnificent streetlights.

Two-bedroom condo in walkable Silver Lake asks $649K

It comes with a spacious patio and two bathrooms.

California’s new governor: ‘We’re not playing small ball on housing’

Newsom wants to strip transportation funding from cities that fail to meet housing production goals.

Palihotel now open in 1920s-era Culver City hotel

Interiors are "modern and urban with bohemian, art-deco influences."

The musical heyday of Laurel Canyon

In the 1960s, there was an "amazing tribal life" among musicians like Joni Mitchell and Carole King.

23 deadliest streets targeted for safety improvements

These streets and intersections are where safety improvements—from "road diets" to new crosswalks—will be prioritized.

Dazzling 1930s Spanish-style villa now available to rent in Los Feliz

Known as the John Anson Ford Residence, the historic home can be temporarily yours for $14.5K a month.

Trader Joe’s coming to North Hollywood’s NoHo West megadevelopment

The shopping center and housing complex is expected to be complete later this year.