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Million Dollar Listing’s Tracy Tutor selling opulent Brentwood mansion for $23.9M

Seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, Missoni window treatments, and vintage chandeliers.

Cool temperatures, light rain expected for Memorial Day weekend

So much for the start of summer.

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Memorial Day traffic will peak this afternoon

Want to avoid traffic? Don’t hit the road this afternoon.

Rancho Mirage house featuring elaborate Moroccan details seeks $2.5M

Oh, and a fabulous conversation pit.

All the best Memorial Day sales for the home

Memorial Day brings a (hopefully) warm three-day weekend and hot, hot, hot deals. Curbed is here to help you take advantage of the best sales.

Super helpful Twitter account now shows traffic, security line wait times at LAX

Just in time for the holiday weekend.

Get a glimpse of Jessica Alba’s serene family home in the 90210

"We wanted a place to watch our kids play and grow up," she tells Architectural Digest.

Union to protest sewage leaks, working conditions at Downtown’s Freehand hotel

Protesters will wear "poop costumes" and carry plungers.

In 1974, buses painted like submarines took kids to LA beaches

The "Street Fleet" lasted for one sweet summer.

Charming shingle-style house with vineyard in Pasadena’s Arroyo Seco on the market for $2.8M

Built in 1895, the five-bedroom home features multiple fireplaces, elaborate woodwork, built-in furniture, stained glass, and beautiful period tile.

Metro will scale back rail service, making for longer wait times

But the agency says the changes will make service more reliable.

LA’s top 5 summer outdoor concerts, movies, night markets

These event series are mostly free—and not to be missed.

Life, death, and bathing in LA’s first water system

LA’s earliest attempt to harness water was a system of irrigation ditches called zanjas, and they were the lifeblood of the booming pueblo.

Arts District—not Boyle Heights—to get sculpture of ‘LA’ fingers under Sixth Street bridge

The LA hands are often associated with city’s Latino community, making the decision "super disappointing."

Crisp midcentury modern by Schindler protégé seeks $1.5M in the Silver Lake hills

Features include beamed ceilings, walls of glass, a solar-heated pool, and a private guest studio.

Why LA’s New Museum of Mexican Food Is Polarizing the Downtown Community

La Plaza Cocina could take away much-needed traffic from LA’s historic Olvera Street

Is Metro ridership down because low-income passengers are leaving LA?

Low-income passengers, who make up the majority of riders, might not be able to afford to live in areas well-served by trains and buses.

Long Beach will require landlords to pay tenants’ moving fees

Tenants who move out to avoid big rent hikes will get as much as $4,500.

What $2,200 rents in LA right now

Here are five apartments across LA renting for around the same price. Which would you pick?

16 Spectacular Outdoor Dining Restaurants in Los Angeles, Spring 2019

Sit back and relax at these al fresco dining spots around town

Raphael Soriano’s Lipetz House renting for $6,500 in Silver Lake

A dreamboat if ever there were one.

How Crenshaw became black LA’s main street

"Crenshaw Boulevard is the main street of black LA. Has been, still is, and hopefully always will be."

New views inside Northrop Grumman warehouses remade as hip offices

Expected to open in July 2020 in El Segundo.

Report: LA needs 516,946 affordable homes to meet demand

For many low-wage earners, the price of most market rate units is out of reach.

10 Los Angeles renters’ rights your landlord doesn't want you to know

Expert advice on how to deal with slow repairs, bad landlords, and weird move-out notices.

Light-filled Long Beach midcentury by Cliff May asks $899K

Built in 1954, it’s for sale for the first time in two decades.

Six-story apartment building pitched for San Pedro’s waterfront

A rendering shows that the Grinder on Harbor Boulevard would be razed to make way for 137 apartments.

The U.S. has an affordable housing crisis. Here’s why

Market forces, policy decisions, and demographic changes have converged, making it more difficult to increase affordable housing for renters and buyers in U.S. cities.

Here’s what $640K buys around LA

See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Santa Monica to the Valley.

Tenants announced for Long Beach’s new outdoor shopping mall at Second, PCH

Urban Outfitters, Sephora, Shake Shack, and Whole Foods.

Los Angeles gets $19M for LA river bike path

State grants will help complete a path along all 51 miles of the LA River.

LA has ‘the best Koreatown outside of Korea’

How one immigrant’s enterprising vision transformed the neighborhood into a bustling Korean-led mini city.

LA River residents told to brace for 100-year flood

In the next two years, FEMA might mandate that property owners along the river get flood insurance.

MOCA admission will be free soon

The museum’s new director says "museums should not be ivory towers."

Winsome 1930s traditional near Elysian Park asking $1.9M

A little slice of country in the big city.

Walking is LA’s future—but the city keeps designing streets for cars

It’s the only way to climate-proof Los Angeles streets.

Lovingly cared for 1930s Spanish bungalow asks $849K in Highland Park

Just off York Boulevard, the two-bedroom is a charmer.

LA Councilmember David Ryu says Rowena road diet should stay

Not only that—he’s proposing protected bike lanes on the Silver Lake street.

The notorious Los Feliz murder house is looking for a new owner

Cash offers only.