The essential Los Angeles film was released 45 years ago today.
You’ll find built-ins, beautiful woodwork, and two bonus rental units.
Options include a landmarked Victorian in Pasadena for $1.3 million.
The city and county are arguing over who will pay for the shelters.
Built in 1939 for the head of Van de Kamp Bakeries.
Plus, walls of glass and an impressive wraparound bar.
Options include a romantic Spanish hacienda in Altadena and a shingled Craftsman in Windsor Square.
Inside, it’s quite the spring chicken!
The Griffith Observatory has enraptured Los Angeles since the day it opened 85 years ago.
Into the woods!
It’s surprisingly sophisticated.
Including a sophisticated cubist home in Echo Park and a quaint 1940s ranch in San Pedro.
It’s building its very first shelter exclusively for residents with ties to the city.
It’s on the market for the first time in six decades.
Development is simmering along the rail line.
If you live in a rent-controlled apartment, the answer is no.
The vacation rental sits on 2.65 acres with mountain views.
Options include a polished 1905 American Foursquare and an impossibly glamorous compound on a Venice walk street.
A map guide the major events and places that shaped one of the biggest episodes of civil unrest in U.S. history 27 years ago.
The concrete residence is one of only a few intact houses in Los Angeles designed by Irving Gill.
Without rent payments coming in, apartment owners say they’re being forced to act like banks.
It comes with an equally cute back house.
The law "has kept cities like Los Angeles from protecting our tenants for too long."
Can I move into a new apartment? What should I do if I can’t pay my rent? Should I still ride the elevator?
The designer is looking to move back East.