The city is cracking down on short-term rentals, which makes renting them trickier.
Only 766 square feet, but cute as a button!
We searched the city to find the 30 best family-friendly activities, from dazzling puppet productions to a tiny railway.
The two-story condo has two outdoor spaces and parquet floors.
New research suggests even modest densification can add housing without changing neighborhood character.
Compass agent Jennifer Okhovat signed into Curbed LA to answer questions from readers about the Los Angeles real estate market.
Commissioners were outraged, but the owner says he did not intend to sidestep the landmarking process.
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But the plan to reduce traffic doesn’t go far enough, experts say.
Built in 1953, it was originally the home of Benji Okubo, whose ascendant art career was derailed when he was sent to internment camps.
Could tolling drivers speed up travel times?
New rail and rapid bus projects—including the Expo Line.
Rent-controlled apartments will be demolished to make way for the new complex.
A terrace, a balcony, and a huge, double-height wall of windows bring the outdoors in.
Will Market Street—the historic heart of shopping and entertainment in the South Bay—change with the rest of Inglewood?
When it opens next year, the train will travel through parts of South LA and the South Bay—and eventually, it will reach West Hollywood.
The three-bedroom home’s features include beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, built-ins, and striking stained glass accents.
A new report from UCLA says it’s time to rethink how much landlords can hike rents.
Efforts to transform the concrete channel from eyesore to asset have been met with mixed reactions from residents.
The arrival of new media giants like Amazon are cementing Culver City as a center of entertainment.
"No one thought this could be done," he says. Here’s how AB 1482 will work in Los Angeles.
Expert advice on how to deal with slow repairs, bad landlords, and weird move-out notices.
Gere Kavanaugh’s collections are central to her home.