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Elijah has been at Curbed since 2016. He writes about transportation, housing, and occasionally the weather.

LA rental prices fall for the first time in a decade

Newer apartments are seeing the biggest price dips right now, according to a report from CoStar.

With empty streets, Beverly Hills looks to speed up Westside subway construction

The city is closing a stretch of Wilshire Boulevard and ramping up construction.

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The ultimate ‘Back to the Future’ filming locations map

The classic time travel movie was shot all around Los Angeles.

Inviting 1918 bungalow seeks $719K in Pasadena

In the city’s Historic Highlands neighborhood.

1950s post and beam below the Hollywood Sign asks $1.6M

The home has been renovated, but retains its modernist roots

Banks will waive mortgage payments for California homeowners, governor says

Homeowners directly impacted by COVID-19 can delay payment up to three months.

Projecting $700M in losses, Metro asks federal government for help

That’s a "massive hit" that could jeopardize the transit agency’s future plans.

How to help your neighbors right now

"Neighbors helping neighbors is really important," says Michael Murray, business director for AARP California.

How to get around LA safely during the coronavirus outbreak

Metro remains open, despite a 50 percent drop in ridership over the last few week.

Woodsy 1950s home in Pasadena’s San Rafael Hills asks $899K

Wood floors, pitched ceilings, and a fireplace.