Weeks of rainy weather have changed conditions dramatically.
See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from South Park to San Pedro.
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from North Hollywood Long Beach.
"As more terminals are renovated, and the new people-mover opens, our success and popularity as a destination will only increase."
It was once threatened with demolition.
The river becomes torrent-like in wet weather.
Three bedrooms, two baths, beamed ceilings, two fireplaces, and a piano-shaped pool.
New research finds that Angelenos are willing to pay for public transit—but they don’t want to ride it.
The plan will guide the reservoir’s transformation from water storage to full-on community space.
"We’re optimistic that it’s going to be a good one."
Developer Jamison Services is planning 641 apartments—and parking for 1,922 cars—at Mariposa and Wilshire.
Rental prices aren’t budging in 2019.
If you needed an excuse to visit one of these spots, you found it.
A live web cam offers a view of the action.
Perched on a hillside overlooking Catalina Island and the Port of Los Angeles.
The museum is also launching an exhibit about the architectural team.
A Trader Joe’s is set to open in the development.
The Expo Line was the only rail route that didn’t shed riders in 2018.
The housing site could open in spring.
Located next to Mama Shelter and within a hub of hotels and nightlife spots.
These then-and-now photos show off buildings and public spaces that have endured for decades.
See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Pasadena, Highland Park, and the Arts District.
The Spanish-style building is just north of the Sunset Strip.
LA County’s median sale price was $581,500 in December.
Filled with lavish details—coffered wood, scalloped doorways, a pipe organ—but it needs restoration.
188 apartments are under construction next to the new headquarters of the makers of Bratz dolls—and there’s more to come.
"The two things I love the most, my family and my city, are right here in LA."
Parts of the home were never permitted—and the courts have ordered that some of it must come down.
Metro official calls the projected commute times "exceptional."
Located in the city’s historic Rossmoyne district.
Metro officials say riders "need a quick, easy, and inexpensive door-to-door solution."
Elizabeth Short frequented every major nightclub, hotel, and restaurant still standing from postwar-era Los Angeles.
The light rail line from Long Beach is shut down for the next four months—follow along as I commute on Metro’s replacement shuttles.
Buses will replace trains from downtown Long Beach to Willowbrook.
Planned to open in 2020.