Elijah has been at Curbed since 2016. He writes about transportation, housing, and occasionally the weather.
How is coronavirus impacting LA’s housing market?
It was shaping up to be a banner year for real estate. Now economists predict: "It will not be a pretty picture."
Forcing homeless out of tents would make them vulnerable, city says
It’s suspending a mandate that tents must come down during daytime hours.
‘We’re not prepared’: How LA is aiding homeless amid outbreak
They’re rolling out hand-washing stations—and determining ways to quarantine people living in shelters.
For $399K, cozy Pasadena studio with outdoor patio
The airy unit is part of a 1960s complex in the city’s Playhouse District.
1930s Highland Park home is sunny, charming for $890K
The Mount Angelus home has nice views and period bathroom tile.
LA ranked 6th-most congested U.S. city
The typical Los Angeles driver logged 103 hours in traffic last year.
Disinfectant is flying off shelves. But coronavirus isn’t yet deterring homebuyers.
What may be encouraging buyers? A rare opportunity to borrow at historically low interest rates.
What $1,900 rents in LA right now
Options include a cozy West Hollywood unit and a two-bedroom with a pool in the Valley.
Craftsman that once sat on the banks of Venice’s original canals asks $2.2M
The sunny home was built in 1913.
Metro’s Regional Connector is bringing new subway stations to Downtown LA
Here’s a guide to a very un-flashy transit project that will have a big impact.