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Bianca has been at Curbed for since 2014. She writes about development, the Los Angeles River, and preservation.

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9 hikes with spectacular endings

It’s okay to hike right now, just keep a six-foot radius around others on the trails.

11 Los Angeles realtors to follow if you love beautiful homes

Fall down a rabbit hole of rainbow-colored Art Deco tile and midcentury dreamboats.

Stopping foreclosures, protecting renters—LA braces for economic fallout from coronavirus

"You will not lose your housing during this crisis because you can’t make the rent," says Mayor Eric Garcetti.

6 must-read LA history stories

From SoCal’s most famous tile maker to the origin of the city’s Storybook-style cottages.

Richard Neutra’s Jardinette Apartments are scheduled to sell at public auction

But don’t pool your cash just yet.

Refreshed two-bedroom condo seeks $489K in Glendale

Inside a charming Traditional-style building.

Opposition persists against plans for 420 apartments, beer garden at LA River

Plans from the New York-based developer also call for a restaurant, urban farm, and parking for more than 700 cars.

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Mapping the changes on Westlake’s horizon

Twenty-one high-profile projects are headed for the neighborhood that has so far resisted gentrification.

Are luxury apartments sitting empty in LA?

Everything you ever wanted to know about vacant housing units, including why one local official wants to tax them.

Pico-Union borders Downtown LA but avoided development boom spillover—until now

"I’m surprised at the enormity of the project," says one community organizer.