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472 units and 23,000 square feet of shops and restaurants.
Hailed as a "victory" for Koreatown, the project will also bring a community center, shops, and more than 200 units of housing to the neighborhood.
The refurbished stadium will feature more legroom, fewer seats, new concession stands, and better Wi-Fi.
Circa isn’t open yet, but its 18,000 square feet of LED displays have been on since March.
The new plaza is slated to debut in spring 2019.
The North Atwater Bridge bridge will connect pedestrians and cyclists to North Atwater Park and Griffith Park.
The first pieces of the viaduct’s swoopy arches will be appearing on the site later this month.
The neighboring Hotel Indigo is also for sale.
The 34-story tower will feature a 30,000-square-foot amenity deck and a rooftop terrace
Due for completion in early 2019, the high-rise will bring more shops, restaurants, and 350 apartments to DTLA.
Developers are clearing the way for a new, $150-million marketplace.
LA voters demanded more housing for the homeless—construction is starting on 122 apartments in East Hollywood
The development will include on-site healthcare and case management for residents.
Rising nine stories in height, the inflatable structure is comprised of more than 73 miles of lightweight fabric.
The 12.3-mile addition to the light rail route will add six stations and connect the line to San Bernardino County.
Lightstone Group has plans for three hotels near the Convention Center. City officials are weighing a deal togive up a share of tax revenue to make it happen.
Developers say they want to create a walkable "urban hub."
The $1.6 billion project will add 12 gates, along with new stores and restaurants, to the Tom Bradley International Terminal.
Neighbors spotted new electrical fixtures and woodwork in the mansion, which had its permits revoked years ago.
The new subway track will connect to the existing Koreatown station, bringing road closures to Wilshire Boulevard.
The city rejected an old plan for the site, but a new project should get underway next week.
The outdoor arena is on track to open this spring.
These 75 residences will be last in the master-planned ‘hood
Next on Sixth opens this weekend featuring studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, and rents starting at $2,575.
Measuring 320 square feet, the studio is perched on a hillside and features a few floor-to-ceiling windows and a wall of seamless built-in storage.
Expected to be complete next summer, the development will hold 355 apartments and live/work units, plus retail at street level.
Due for a 2018 opening, the two-building complex will hold 190 rooms and 20 condos. Oh, and an awesome pool.
The project will bring 230 units right to the neighborhood next to Marina del Rey. Rents will start at about $3,000.
Due for completion in 2019, the project will also include 11 live/work units and maybe even a 12-story tower.
The building’s height has been repeatedly reduced—now it’s set to rise about the same height as the ICON tower across the street.
The site’s prior owners had wanted to erect a big mixed-use village with housing. Now the Expo Line-adjacent property is home to AwesomenessTV, an online streaming company.
Units in the Art Deco-tinged Perla building will hit the market priced at about $400,000.
The six-story hotel is replacing a former Macy’s at the Paseo mall.
Freeway close and amenity-packed, the development is expected to open in August 2019.
More than 10,000 units were built in countywide over the last year, with plenty more on the way—but will it make an impact on rental prices?
The video shows off a huge, spiraling ramp that will allow you to walk from new street-level parks and onto the bridge.
Landry Design Group is stripping away the old facade and replacing it with swooping, metal panels. The surface parking lot is going away, too.