1,200 square feet of space with tons of new finishes and features.
Now a low-income housing complex, it was once a luxurious hotel.
"When more people are offering all cash, that means [buyers] are at a disadvantage—there’s no question about that."
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And marries the couple’s East Coast roots with their distinctly Los Angeles house.
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But the city struck a deal with a developer to give some of the tenants new apartments.
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He filed the plans two days before police served a search warrant at his other property.
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