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Here’s what $780K buys around LA right now

See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Hollywood, Highland Park, and Marina del Rey.

City Council grants approvals to reopen Hollywood’s empty Sunset Gordon tower

The tower has been vacant since 2015.

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Why voice assistants don’t understand people who stutter

Whether it’s relaying your name to a non-human operator or telling Google to turn up the lights in your home, we’re talking to more robots—but the technology is leaving people who stutter behind.

Historic and majestic Pasadena Craftsman seeks $4M

Designed by Greene and Greene in 1906, the home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

LA among the world’s top real estate markets for the super-rich

A new report shows the one percent love LA.

Los Angeles (finally) adopts rules cracking down on Airbnb hosts

Rent-controlled units in Los Angeles will be banned from Airbnb when the new rules take effect in July.

What $2,000 rents in LA right now

See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Eagle Rock, North Hollywood, and Atwater Village.

City Council signs off on contested Venice homeless shelter

"If we keep saying no to housing and to shelter, we allow the status quo to continue," councilmember says.

First look at Destination Crenshaw, an open-air ‘museum’ set to run along the Crenshaw Line

Designed by Perkins + Will, the public art project will celebrate black Los Angeles.

Nate Berkus lists exquisite Spanish Colonial mansion in Hancock Park for $13.8M

Berkus and Jeremiah Brent remodeled the home, and the results are stunning.

LA extends rules against sleeping in vehicles

The Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted to extend a prohibition against sleeping overnight in cars, RVs, and other vehicles.

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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.

Plaza at Santa Monica development trudging forward

Office space, hotel rooms, a public plaza, and affordable housing are planned for bustling downtown Santa Monica.

It’s official: Historic CBS Television City sold for $750M

The president of CBS says the new owner is "committed to its legacy as both a cultural landmark and modern production facility."

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.

Hollywood Hills house that Marilyn Monroe rented is for sale for $2.7M

The star’s romance with Joe DiMaggio was kindled here.

Culver Studios expansion breaks ground ahead of Amazon move-in

Amazon will take up even more space than previously announced.

Glammed-up midcentury ranch in Laurel Canyon asking $3.25M

The Wonderland Park home has undergone a dramatic transformation.

Metro approves $450M plan for unbuilt 710 extension—and environmental groups aren’t happy

They say the projects are too car-focused.

Why Pepperdine stays put when wildfires rage

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

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.

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.

Here’s what $540K buys around LA

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

How Malibu grew

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

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.

Bye ‘Blue’ Line, Metro will rename rail lines using letters

Each line in the system will be given a letter name, similar to New York City.

Will LA’s housing market cool down in 2019?

A new report predicts how much home prices will grow next year.

Aerial tram to Dodger Stadium could actually happen

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

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

The property owners are planning a hotel and rooftop restaurant.

Metro CEO supports congestion pricing, free fares on public transit

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

Parker Center tower slated for complete demolition in January

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

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.

Nifty remodeled midcentury in Los Feliz seeks $1.3M

The house has lovely hardwood floors and easy outdoor access.

Malibu residents vow not to evacuate in next fire

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

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.