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Here’s what $1.1M buys around LA

We’ve got five options, from Los Feliz to Venice.

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History series Lost LA returns, taking a look at places Angelenos go to get away

Yosemite, desert ghost towns, Venice Beach, and Disneyland.

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Thoroughly renovated two-bedroom condo seeks $590K in Studio City

1,200 square feet of space with tons of new finishes and features.

Town House, remnant of Westlake’s glitzy past, targeted for renovations

Now a low-income housing complex, it was once a luxurious hotel.

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In LA, more than 20 percent of homebuyers pay in cash

"When more people are offering all cash, that means [buyers] are at a disadvantage—there’s no question about that."

9 cities with smart ideas to improve transportation

From planning for walkable neighborhoods to autonomous transit, how some U.S. cities plan to upgrade public transit.

A 1949 Hollywood Hills home melds Old Hollywood glamour and midcentury cool

And marries the couple’s East Coast roots with their distinctly Los Angeles house.

Take a peek: Historic Core condos aimed at first-time buyers start in low $400,000s

Perla—the neighborhood’s new tallest building—sits in the heart of Downtown LA, at the corner of Fourth Street and Broadway.

Crossroads of the World redevelopment will raze 82 rent-controlled apartments

But the city struck a deal with a developer to give some of the tenants new apartments.

New Lyft app will give directions to scooters, public transit in Santa Monica

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

Sublime midcentury modern by Paul Williams seeks $11.5M

Even in the treasure trove of trophy homes known as Trousdale Estates, this property stands out.

Accounting for housing costs, California has nation’s highest poverty rate

A new report suggests 19 percent of Californians are impoverished—likely due to pricy rents and soaring real estate values.

Property owner facing criminal charges in Hollywood raid wants to build hotel down the street

He filed the plans two days before police served a search warrant at his other property.

A Stunning Parisian Salon-Styled Cocktail Bar Opens in Downtown LA

LA’s most ambitious new cocktail spot makes all its own liqueurs

Police raid former comedy club on Walk of Fame, find unpermitted living quarters

City Attorney says he wants to prevent an "Oakland Ghost Ship fire from happening here."

Valley post and beam is handsome and sleek for $2.6M

Quintessentially midcentury modern, it was designed by architect Richard Dorman.

Apartment complex across from Hollywood Palladium sails through planning commission

It will replace a strip mall that houses an Out of the Closet thrift store.

5 programs for first-time homebuyers in LA

Having trouble coming up with a down payment?

Serena Williams waiting for a buyer for Bel Air estate

The house is listed for $10 million.

Construction starts on Santa Monica Sears’ transformation into ‘vibrant’ retail, office, food complex

Work is expected to wrap up in fall 2019

County picks developer to turn vacant Vermont/Manchester lot into big shopping, housing complex

Vacant for decades, the site once hosted a swap meet that burned down in the 1992 Uprising.

Get to know LA’s beautiful trees and flowers

Here’s an illustrated guide to some of the most common flora, from palm trees to sweet jasmine.

Metro moving forward with new rapid bus line in the Valley

It will connect to the Valley’s planned light rail line.

What $2,200 rents in LA right now

We found five apartment for rent across LA for about the same price. Which would you rent?

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Fencing is up at Parker Center, where demolition is getting underway

A last-ditch effort to save the structure failed, and now work is underway to wipe the former LAPD headquarters off the map.

These dazzling projections will cover Walt Disney Concert Hall

The images come from the LA Phil’s own archives.

County supervisors vote in favor of temporary rent ‘freeze’

They want to cap rent hikes at 3 percent for six months.

The very best hotels in Palm Springs

Desert minimalism to magical Moorish-style villas.

Interiors revealed for new West Hollywood condos priced from $1.1M

Designed by Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects, the building features private terraces, marble bathrooms, and a two-story amenity deck.

Former Dodger Adrian Gonzalez buys historic home in Hancock Park

The Mediterranean-style residence was built for Vernon’s unscrupulous founder.

Here’s what $525K buys around LA

See what that price buys in five neighborhoods, including a condo with Downtown views and a mini ranch in the Valley.

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Cheerful Craftsman bungalow asking $879K in Echo Park

The two-bedroom cottage features an enclosed sun porch with wrap-around windows.

Single-family homes cover almost half of Los Angeles—here’s how that happened

For better or for worse, LA’s image is a city of ranch homes and Craftsman bungalows.

West Hollywood planning commission signs off on sleek CIM hotel

The city says the metallic structure will be "a positive addition to La Brea Avenue."

California just adopted its boldest energy target yet: 100% clean electricity

What you need to know about the bill, how it got passed, and what it means.

The beginner’s guide to Los Angeles

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Sportsmen’s Lodge redevelopment hits roadblock

The city’s cultural heritage commission skewered the landscaping plan: "The whole thing just leaves me cold."

‘Vintage meets modern’ in Silver Lake bungalow asking $989K

The sterling Spanish-style features vintage steel cabinets and a tiled master bath that opens to a deck.

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Construction ramping up on new Hollywood Boulevard apartments in East Hollywood

There’s movement on this lot just west of the Hollywood and Western subway stop.

5 new buyers talk about owning a home in LA

We asked millennial homeowners how they saved for their down payment, what they wish they had known—and if they have regrets.