WeHo residents will decide in the city’s March 5 election whether the city’s approval of the Arts Club project will stand—or be revoked.
The new landscaping plan draws inspiration from Tom Sawyer’s Island in Disneyland, and, in a complete reversal, cultural heritage commissioners love it.
The project would enlarge the convention center and add a 40-story hotel tower.
In partnership with Gruen, the Pritzker Prize winner is designing an addition to a landmarked Koreatown temple.
The development near Walt Disney Concert Hall is finally moving forward.
Now the city is weighing whether to force developers to build affordable housing in the busy neighborhood.
It put a hold on a demolition permit for a landmarked bank building.
The tower would be one of LA’s tallest—and most daring.
The sleek and eye-catching building would located down the street from the historic Lincoln Heights Jail.
Fix the City says the Expo Line plan was approved before officials analyzed whether infrastructure could support more development.
LARGE Architecture, which designed the wavy Argyle apartment complex in Hollywood, has signed onto the project.