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Metro CEO supports congestion pricing, free fares on public transit

New tolls on drivers could cover rides on trains and buses.

Here’s what $540K buys around LA

See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from West Adams to Atwater Village.

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Bright Lincoln Heights loft with wall of windows seeks $449K

The loft measures over 1,000 square feet and is walking distance to the neighborhood’s Gold Line station.

New Lyft app will give directions to scooters, public transit across LA

Lyft isn’t just for cars anymore—users will be able to view nearby transit routes with real-time arrival information.

West Coast home prices are primed to drop. Here’s why.

Median listing prices have dropped, sales prices could follow.

Storm drops 3 inches of rain on LA, Downtown record shattered

In two days, nearly a month’s worth of rain fell in Downtown LA.

Aerial tram to Dodger Stadium could actually happen

Metro is moving forward with the proposal from ARTT, a company led by Drew McCourt.

2018 was the year of the scooter, and Santa Monica was the epicenter

How Santa Monica, the birthplace of dockless electric scooters, is shaping the multi-billion dollar industry.

In busy Chinatown, 9-story hotel proposed to replace motel

The property owners are planning a hotel and rooftop restaurant.

Parker Center tower slated for complete demolition in January

Preservations fought its destruction, but the former LAPD headquarters won’t stand much longer.

Nifty remodeled midcentury in Los Feliz seeks $1.3M

The house has lovely hardwood floors and easy outdoor access.

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Mapping LA’s Green book locations

These were the only safe places for black travelers in Jim Crow-era Los Angeles.

Malibu residents vow not to evacuate in next fire

"We’re more than capable and motivated to hold our own," one resident says.

What $1,750 rents in LA right now

See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Glassell Park, Koreatown, and Hollywood.

Renaissance or urban travesty? 50 years of high-rise living on Bunker Hill

In the 1960s, the city leveled Bunker Hill and its Victorian mansions in the hopes of luring "suburban-loving" Angelenos to new apartment towers.

Times Mirror Square, longtime home of the LA Times, is now a landmark

The property owner plans to raze a portion of the newly landmarked complex to build a pair of high-rises.

Modern log cabin in Elysian Heights asking $1.5M

The rustic residence features knotty pine walls and a river-rock fireplace.

How is Metro going to finish 28 projects before the Olympics?

Options include fare hikes and a tax on scooters.

1920s Spanish-style with groovy breeze blocks seeks $999K

Located a short walk to the shops and restaurants in Los Feliz.

Why Pepperdine stays put when wildfires rage

While the rest of Malibu evacuates, the hillside college hunkers down.

First look at 259 apartments planned for Warner Center

Developer California Home Builders is on a building spree in the neighborhood.

Fantastic Lloyd Wright house in Los Feliz Oaks is back on the market

The Mayan Revival home was once owned by Diane Keaton.

An animated map of every Los Angeles commute

Census data and arduous drive-times never looked so good.

California lawmakers will revisit polarizing transit density bill

A proposal to allow dense development around transit stops is back.

How Malibu grew

For decades, one family fought to keep Malibu to themselves—but its natural beauty proved irresistible.

Malibu will race to rebuild

The mayor’s first priority is to replace homes as quickly as possible.

Rents still flat in LA, despite low vacancies

Apartment prices haven’t changed in the last two months.

Q&A: The struggle to desegregate LA neighborhoods

A new book documents how black residents battled violence, abuse, and discrimination in LA’s housing market for nearly a century.

Redeveloper of Boyle Heights Sears looking for project partner

The Shomof Group is planning more than 1,000 new units, plus shops and offices in the old Art Deco building.

LAX Terminal 1 treated to major overhaul

The redesign includes new shops, restaurants, and an Urth Caffe.

Adorable desert rock house near Joshua Tree asks $257K

Built in 1935, the petite rock home features a wood-burning fireplace and expansive outdoor space

Watch the strange growth of Los Angeles, from 1877 to 2000

This animation shows how the city sprawled out over time.

LA County has 18 of the nation’s most expensive zip codes

More than any other county in the country.

Woolsey Fire latest example of California’s age of ‘megafires’

So far in 2018, fires in the state have scorched an unprecedented 1.3 million acres—five times the five-year average.

In LA, land dedicated to parking is larger than Manhattan

A new study asks: What if that space was used for housing instead?

Planning commission recommends banning ADUs in some hillside areas

But it rejected a blanket ban in all hillside neighborhoods.

Look around Koreatown’s new apartment complex, where one-bedrooms start at $2,387

The Pearl is a short walk to the Wilshire/Western station.

LA home prices stay put in October

Is Southern California’s competitive real estate market softening?

Metro awarded $100M federal grant for last leg of Purple Line extension to Westside

When the full extension is built, subway riders will travel from Downtown to Westwood in 25 minutes.