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Los Angeles Development

News about commercial and residential development in LA.

See the 16-story hotel headed for 12th and Olive in South Park

It’s the latest in a slew of projects planned for the area by developers Mack Real Estate Group and AECOM.

Planning director says LA could hit the mayor’s housing goal two years early

But "there’s still a lot more we need to do."

Take a peek: Historic Core condos aimed at first-time buyers start in low $400,000s

Perla—the neighborhood’s new tallest building—sits in the heart of Downtown LA, at the corner of Fourth Street and Broadway.

Crossroads of the World redevelopment will raze 82 rent-controlled apartments

But the city struck a deal with a developer to give some of the tenants new apartments.

Property owner facing criminal charges in Hollywood raid wants to build hotel down the street

He filed the plans two days before police served a search warrant at his other property.

Apartment complex across from Hollywood Palladium sails through planning commission

It will replace a strip mall that houses an Out of the Closet thrift store.

County picks developer to turn vacant Vermont/Manchester lot into big shopping, housing complex

Vacant for decades, the site once hosted a swap meet that burned down in the 1992 Uprising.

Fencing is up at Parker Center, where demolition is getting underway

A last-ditch effort to save the structure failed, and now work is underway to wipe the former LAPD headquarters off the map.

West Hollywood planning commission signs off on sleek CIM hotel

The city says the metallic structure will be "a positive addition to La Brea Avenue."

Sportsmen’s Lodge redevelopment hits roadblock

The city’s cultural heritage commission skewered the landscaping plan: "The whole thing just leaves me cold."

Construction ramping up on new Hollywood Boulevard apartments in East Hollywood

There’s movement on this lot just west of the Hollywood and Western subway stop.

Look around DTLA’s newest tower, where one-bedrooms start at $2,475

That price buys access to a private park and rooftop deck.

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Mapping downtown Long Beach’s sudden development boom

Well over a dozen major projects are on the way to the heart of the city.

Major redevelopment of Panorama City’s old Montgomery Ward approved

Over 600 apartments will replace dormant retail site.

40-story skyscraper would be Long Beach’s tallest

The glassy high-rise would add to the city’s growing skyline.

Iconic Langer’s property is for sale in Westlake, marketed as development opportunity

But the pastrami sandwiches "aren’t going anywhere," says deli owner Norm Langer.

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The changes underway in Chinatown, mapped

From mixed-use development to parks, we’ve charted all the projects that are bound to reshape Chinatown.

Crossroads of the World redevelopment threatens ‘one of the finest examples’ of Hollywood Regency style

The garden apartments are slated to be torn down to make way for a new hotel and hundreds of new apartments and condos.

Swanky Gwyneth Paltrow-backed club approved for the Sunset Strip

West Hollywood mayor says the private club will "re-energize music on the Sunset Strip."

Ethics commission delays vote on banning developer contributions to LA politicians

Commissioners said forcing elected officials to recuse themselves from voting on development proposals might be more effective.

Fresh renderings unveiled for 38-story apartment tower in ever-growing South Park

Move-ins are expected in January 2019.

These big, vibrant murals by Chicano artists will adorn massive development near Chinatown

The art will make a "lasting and impactful statement to the historic roots and presence of Latinos in Los Angeles."

Construction starts on 20-story Miracle Mile apartment tower near LACMA

The apartments will be close to museums—and a future subway station.

Planning Commission calls Sunset Gordon a ‘blight,’ moves to reopen tower

Empty for three years, the Hollywood tower holds 299 apartments that Los Angeles desperately needs.

Fashion District project with 379 apartments and retail gets OK from City Council

One of many projects in the works for the neighborhood, it could begin work next year.

Port of LA looking to add ‘thriving’ new commercial development on 12 waterfront acres

It’s the latest in a wave of changes at the port, where a fancy new "market" is in the works and SpaceX is building Mars rockets.

LA gave developers $1B without ensuring the deals would benefit taxpayers

The deals helped the developers of the Wilshire Grand and the LA Live Marriott and Ritz Carlton.

See the Hollywood building bringing office space and 51 apartments to Highland-adjacent site

Fully furnished apartments and an automated parking garage

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Mapped: 52 projects taking over Koreatown

To illustrate the neighborhood's development boom, we've mapped all the projects now in the works.

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Mapped: The towers that will change LA’s skyline

Los Angeles might not be known for its skyscrapers, but that could change.

‘Mr. Ballmer: Enjoy your team—but do not build your arena here’

Retired senator Barbara Boxer tells Inglewood residents she supports their fight against a Clippers arena.

Photos: Condo tower in DTLA mega-development opens with studios starting at $600K

514 condos in a 40-story tower next to the 110 freeway.

21-story hotel across from Amoeba moves ahead

New renderings offer a better look at the Art Deco-ish hotel

First look at 100-unit affordable housing complex headed for Westlake

Across the street from MacArthur Park, the project would replace 36 rent-stabilized units.

New East Hollywood music venue will open next year in converted theater

Just across the street from a Red Line station.

Renderings: MAD Architects’ wavy development would envelop Barney’s Beanery in West Hollywood

The futuristic project would include the legendary Beanery, and add hotel rooms, apartments, and retail.

100-unit condo project planned on western edge of Highland Park

The seven-story building would hold condos as well as

Redondo Beach waterfront makeover is ‘dead’

The city withdrew its plans from the California Coastal Commission.

Should Los Angeles ban ADUs in hillside neighborhoods like Highland Park?

Some Los Angeles officials say it’s too dangerous.