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Cozy Montecito Heights bungalow asks $585K

The 1930s house has original hardwood floors and a fireplace.

Sensational 1940s post and beam in Silver Lake asks $1.5M

The home was likely designed by modernist Alvin Lustig.

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The 9 best alternatives to Airbnb

From a vacation rental company that focuses on families to one that wants to combat racism, here are nine alternatives for your next vacation.

‘Exquisitely restored’ 1940s Monterey Colonial asks $4M in Los Feliz

The estate features diamond-paned glass, bay windows, and a wet bar.

Hillside hideaway in Laurel Canyon seeks $799K

The little home has great views and a scenic backyard.

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The neon sign maker that lit up California

Electrical Products Corp. dominated the West Coast—then it disappeared.

Glendale now requiring landlords to pay relocation fees when hiking rents

It’s not rent control, but it’s similar.

See renderings for 63-story skyscraper pitched for South Park

An Australian developer is planning a greenery-draped condo tower in the Downtown neighborhood.

Storms put LA at above-average yearly rainfall

DTLA’s rainfall total just surpassed the average of 14.93 inches.

Silver Lake midcentury with walls of glass, lush landscaping seeks $1.2M

"A livable treehouse with a cabin feel."

Here’s what $750K buys around LA

See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Mount Washington, Topanga, and Westwood.

When mobsters and movie stars ruled the Sunset Strip

The end of Prohibition signaled a new outlaw era on the Strip—one that was both dangerous and glamorous.

101 things to love about Los Angeles

A love letter to the City of Angels.

What $1,900 rents around LA right now

See what that price rents in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including the Hollywood Hills and North Hollywood.

New California governor hits brakes on high-speed rail to LA

"Right now there simply isn’t a path to get from Sacramento to San Diego—let alone from San Francisco to LA," he says.

‘Power plants are just a start’: Green New Deal proposed for LA

The proposal comes just one day after Mayor Garcetti reversed course on plans to repower natural gas units at three power plants.

LA is the fifth worst U.S. city for traffic, report says

In 2018, drivers spent more than 100 hours stuck in traffic.

County will tear down men’s jail, replace it with mental health treatment center

The newly approved center, to be built on the site of the delapidated and overcrowded Men’s Central Jail near Union Station, will be "focused on healing, not punishment."

Aging in place—with someone else

Can multigenerational home-sharing solve LA’s affordability crisis?

Proper Hotels in Downtown LA, Santa Monica set to open by mid-2019

Both hotels will feature interiors by designer Kelly Wearstler, and the Santa Monica outpost will hold a restaurant overseen by Sqirl’s Jessica Koslow.

The dam collapse that ruined Mulholland’s career

William Mulholland was LA’s water demigod—until disaster struck.

Highly original ’60s modern with pool in Eagle Rock asking $1.2M

Its distinctive details include elaborately carved wood paneling and gorgeous green terrazzo tile.

The Curbed guide to Southern California’s deserts

In LA’s backyard, the desert is anything but desolate

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Construction kicks off on Frank Gehry’s next big project—a mixed-use complex on Bunker Hill

"It’ll be the place to be," Gehry says at groundbreaking.

What is USC doing to care for LA’s most important architecture?

News broke last week about the theft of furniture from Frank Lloyd Wright’s Freeman House in Hollywood, raising questions about how the university stewards historic homes.

Stalled DTLA megadevelopment Oceanwide Plaza owes contractors more than $52M

It’s the latest sign that the $1 billion project near the Staples Center has hit financial snags.

Robert Winter, chronicler of LA architecture, has died

Winter "lived and breathed the built world of Los Angeles."

Beverly Hills subway station could get bathrooms, security dogs

"Additional protections" are also being worked out for Beverly Hills High School.

Edison now facing at least seven lawsuits over Woolsey Fire

The latest suit claims Southern California Edison and Boeing failed to protect the public from the threat of wildfire.

Inviting 1920s Craftsman seeks $987K in Glendale

The home’s original built-ins include cherry wood cabinetry.

Midcentury Franklin Hills Traditional with original elements seeks $1.5M

Don’t miss the indoor-outdoor shower.

19 must-visit small towns near LA

These small towns in Southern California are perfect for a little rest and relaxation.

See inside Kylie Jenner’s playful, bright Hidden Hills house

Designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard masterminded the 21-year-old’s "first really grown-up" home.

Construction underway on 25-story tower at Westlake, Koreatown border

Set to be complete in 2021, the high-rise will hold more than 600 apartments.

Gorgeous Queen Anne on Echo Park’s Carroll Ave seeks $1.7M

The street has LA’s finest collection of Victorian homes.

Record number of travelers passed through LAX in 2018

"As more terminals are renovated, and the new people-mover opens, our success and popularity as a destination will only increase."

William Kesling’s landmarked Streamline Moderne in Fairfax for sale for $1.8M

It was once threatened with demolition.

See the LA River cresting toward capacity

The river becomes torrent-like in wet weather.

To make transit work, does LA need to make driving harder?

New research finds that Angelenos are willing to pay for public transit—but they don’t want to ride it.