On November 4, 1892, what had been a small agricultural city popular became a boomtown nearly overnight when Edward Doheny discovered oil in modern-day Echo Park.
Including what is quite possibly the coolest house currently on the market.
After charring 745 acres and destroying 10 homes, the wildfire is 66 percent contained.
Hear from Curbed urbanism editor Alissa Walker, Mayor Eric Garcetti, and more during the third annual urbanism conference.
Options include a Spanish-style bungalow in Burbank and a one-bedroom in Village Green.
For many residents, it’s a sign of changing times in the neighborhood.
Was one LA’s most famous murder victims slain in the basement of the Lloyd Wright-designed fortress?
Being homeless in LA "is becoming increasingly deadly," says a new report.
The program is temporary and open to qualifying renters.
The architect’s own longtime family residence, it’s a symphony of wood, glass, and stone.
The redevelopment would bring a 15-story tower with 323 residential units, most of them market-rate. "If we do not adapt soon, our market’s demise is around the corner," one of the owners said.
Slated to open December 2020, it will have a "tranquility garden" and a community space surrounding an existing 70-year-old avocado tree.
It’s unclear how much damage the fire unleashed on Crestwood Hills, which is filled with midcentury architecture
Built by Case Study house designer Craig Ellwood in 1953.
It’s the home of SoCal’s most well-known Oktoberfest.
These estates were torn down, but their stories are not forgotten.
The development would stretch along Las Palmas almost all the way to Hollywood Boulevard.
From the Colorado Street Bridge to the Hollywood Sign.
Picks include homes in Hyde Park, a condo in Pasadena, and a tenancy in common in Hollywood.
Firefighters are holding the blaze at 4,300 acres. The mayor says it’s a "miracle" that it didn’t grow today amid Santa Ana winds.
From Beverly Hills to Eagle Rock.
The Valley is always "crying" about not getting enough transportation projects. "This [is] a way to say we agree," says Supervisor Sheila Kuehl.
After a careful restoration, the Trust building is back to its 1920s glory.
That will drive up the average annual cost of rent to $2,369, according to a new report.
Steel beams and walls of glass bring the outdoors in.