The project list for Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Twenty-Eight by ’28 initiative includes the Sepulveda Pass and another Gold Line extension—but not a light rail to WeHo.
The project at Fourth and Hewitt cantilever over the A+D museum, plus bring a public plaza to the site.
Not gonna happen, he says, "unless manna falls from heaven."
Hoteliers are starting to take notice of the neighborhood.
Nearly 1,900 square feet, this loft features high ceilings, concrete everywhere, and an outdoor space. It’s in the building above a pretty cool bar and eatery too.
The revamped rail yard would help Purple Line trains run every four minutes.
New renderings stitch together all of the plans for the river and its banks, showing its potential decades from now.
One of dozens of developments on the way to the neighborhood, it would also include offices, retail, and restaurant space.
Located in the Gallery Lofts building, the roomy unit has polished concrete floors, a wall of windows, and a lofted bedroom and office space.
Apartments in Del Rey, Mid-City, Los Feliz, Koreatown, and the Arts District, all renting for around the same price.
The video shows off a huge, spiraling ramp that will allow you to walk from new street-level parks and onto the bridge.
It’s enough for a roomy West Hollywood condo or a pedigreed midcentury residence in Long Beach—but which would you choose?
Formerly known as the Santa Monica Museum of Art, ICA LA will offer free admission.
High prices have already pushed many artists out, but the project’s architects hope a cool building and artist-focused amenities can help bring some of them back.
The new Lorcan O’Herlihy-designed buildings would bring office space, restaurants, and hundreds of apartments to the neighborhood.
For this price, you can rent a standalone house, an artsy loft, or a spacious apartment.
Due for a formal opening in the fall, the new buildings are meant to fit in with the actual industrial buildings in the neighborhood.
The open, industrial-style unit offers plenty of space and access to the building’s many amenities.
The former textile recycling factory is home to galleries, performance space, and artists who live on site.
Located in the Barker Block building, the swanky two-bedroom unit has been remodeled by Hughes Umbanhowar Architects.
The dynamic project would add five stories atop to a 1920s-era warehouse that was an early home to neighborhood artists.
A developer is planning to add onto a 1926 building, creating space for restaurants, retail, and amenities for those private club members.
It’s enough for a cozy two-bedroom in Burbank—or a condo in a 1920s Arts District loft building.
We’re getting our first look at the boutique hotel headed for a brick building in the Arts District, which is awash with development.
The seven-story project would hold 344 live/work units, a restaurant, and creative office space. It would be close to a couple other big projects in the neighborhood.
At $305 per square foot, that could be considered a good deal in the booming neighborhood. Two major projects are in the works within a block of the properties.
Another handsome old building in the relentlessly cool neighborhood is being retrofitted and converted into lofts, offices, and retail.
They’re not the only rideshare company in Downtown. Uber is reportedly setting up offices at the LA Times complex in Civic Center.
At almost 1,700 square feet, this long and spacious loft in a landmarked building has big windows, original brick, and tall ceilings.
Set to replace a large industrial building, the development would include 344 live-work units and 29,544 square feet of commercial space.
Developed by billionaire art collector Adam Lindemann, the project will include 140 live-work units—along with art, creative office, and retail space.
The city wants feedback on three different designs for the park, which will include bike and walking trails, an athletic field, and an art plaza.
It also finds that building multiple stops—at Third Street and Sixth Street—could be tricky.
New sidewalks, crosswalks, and bike lanes are coming to the neighborhood.
Onni is reportedly buying six buildings on Seventh and Violet, including four leased by H.D. Buttercup.
The Biscuit Company Lofts unit sold for over $100,000 above asking price and an astonishing $1,207 per square foot.
The wildly popular New York exhibition will arrive in Los Angeles for five weeks starting April 22.
The California Transportation Commission has awarded nearly $15 million to make the neighborhood safer for walkers and bicyclists.
One of LA’s favorite breweries is housed in a building that once served as the West Coast outpost of a cable manufacturer that worked on the Brooklyn Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge.