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Surprise homeless sweeps aren’t just disruptive, say activists—they aren’t working

The city is using street cleaning "as a means of harassment and criminalization," says Venice Community Housing.

Stylishly revamped Buff and Hensman in Nichols Canyon on the market for $7M

The 1960s post and beam now features walls of reclaimed wood, built-in seating, and grounds reminiscent of a luxury tropical resort.

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1970s modern with stunning wood interior seeks $1.4M in Rancho Palos Verdes

Plus, high ceilings and walls of glass.

New report analyzes how SB 50 would impact LA. Here are 5 takeaways

An estimated 43 percent of land citywide could qualify for the bill’s density incentives.

Why green has overtaken our home decor

Environmentalism, a ’70s revival, and our need to be soothed.

Los Angeles named smoggiest U.S. city

It’s won that title 19 of the last 20 years.

What $2,800 rents in LA right now

A rustic Brentwood two-bedroom or an Arts District loft— which would you choose?

City says speeding driver, wet road caused fatal Los Feliz hit-and-run—not ‘unsafe road’

It’s recommending changes anyway.

‘Bosch’ is a modern noir that showcases an unadorned LA

The Amazon series is inextricably linked with the city.

The clock is ticking for this Sunset Strip landmark

An 180-day hold on demolition is set to expire April 30.

Refined ’80s condo above Silver Lake Reservoir seeks $1M

Built in 1983 but remodeled with an "elegantly minimalist" aesthetic.

26 things to do in LA right now

Ride Angels Flight. View the super bloom. Sip cocktails at an Art Deco gem on the Sunset Strip.

Metro leaders eye high-speed rail money for LA transit projects

Metro directors say spending bullet train money in LA would be "more cost effective"

Beachwood Canyon cabin with views of the Hollywood Sign seeks $975K

The century-old structure has vaulted ceilings and an antique stove.

California voters could decide to expand rent control in 2020

The Los Angeles-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation is back with another rent control initiative.

Metro gets federal ‘guarantee’ for key funding for Purple Line extension to Westside

But it’s still waiting on the $1.3 billion.

One of LA’s first skyscrapers could become 140-room hotel

The Historic Core’s Continental Building was converted to lofts in the early 2000s. New plans call for 140 guest rooms and a rooftop bar with outdoor dining.

Three-bedroom condo with skyline views asks $749K in Silver Lake

Located just off Sunset Boulevard, it comes with concrete floors, a fireplace, and spacious patio.

Sweet ranch-style in Highland Park’s Garvanza seeks $865K

Situated on a corner lot, this 1940s home has updated interiors and a comfy backyard deck.

Developers are spending big to lobby for these 5 projects

Five real estate companies each spent more than a half million dollars last year alone.

Here’s what $950K buys around Los Angeles

See what that price buys in five neighborhoods, from Del Rey to Mt. Washington.

Women-focused coworking space The Wing now open in West Hollywood

Pastel interiors, perks galore, and an outdoor terrace.

1920s Silver Lake Spanish-style seeks $869K

The house features its original oak floors, plus arched windows and hand-painted tile.

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Hollywood’s wild development boom, mapped

From the Amoeba tower to the many planned hotels, these 30-plus projects are in the works right now.

What $3,400 rents in LA right now

See what that price rents across Los Angeles, from Downtown to Santa Monica.

The bright yellow flowers blanketing LA hills are actually invasive—and ‘evil’

The black mustard can become fuel for wildfires.

Sunny Spanish bungalow in Eagle Rock seeks $789K

The 1920s home has original floors and a Batchelder fireplace.

LA takes a stand against SB 50

The decision was unanimous—and it had more to do with housing affordability than density.

19 must-visit small towns near LA

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

24-story tower proposed near former Bob Baker Marionette Theater in Westlake

Architect and developer Tony Ashai filed plans for the high-rise, which would hold 335 housing units.

Venice neighborhood group raises $200K to fight homeless shelter

"What idiot would put this in a residential neighborhood on some of the most expensive land in California?" says Venice Stakeholders Association president.

LA’s new NFL stadium is two-thirds complete

The swooping canopy that will support the see-through roof is finished.

Soaring Montecito Heights midcentury asks $830K

Elevated among trees, the 1960s home has wood floors and walls of glass.

Warner Bros. will expand into two new Frank Gehry-designed offices in Burbank

The studio will gain 800,000 square feet more space.

Scooter rider killed by driver in Hollywood

Police have arrested the driver on suspicion of murder.

1970s photos capture a vanishing LA

"I hope that people who see my photos get an appreciation for the ephemerality of life."

Charming one-bedroom unit in landmark Queen Anne Victorian renting for $3,800 in Angelino Heights 

Features include hardwood floors, built-in cupboards, and an enclosed porch with detailed latticework.

LA transportation department recommends leaving Rowena road diet intact

Safety advocates worried the project could be undone.

LA renames Crenshaw/Slauson intersection for Nipsey Hussle

Hussle "spent his resources and his life giving back to the community."