Bob Blumenfield says he’s aiming to take care of "significant problem areas" related to people living next to the river.
A studio in Hollywood or a house with a pool in Reseda?
In 1997, Paul Thomas Anderson’s Boogie Nights flipped the Valley’s image on its head by filling its backyard swimming pools not with sex-crazed teens—but with porn stars.
More traffic signals and more visible crosswalks.
A big addition could allow the long-shuttered 1940s movie theater to reopen with six screens.
The six-story mixed use development would bring 205 residences and nearly 6,000 square feet of commercial space to the area.
We’re looking at options in Glendale, Koreatown, Reseda, Pasadena, and Mt. Washington.
The five-story development was first proposed three years ago, but new plans call for a few less units of housing.
Rising six stories, the proposed development would have 205 units of housing and a bit of ground-floor commercial space.
Apartments from Long Beach to Reseda
We've got five apartments for around the same price in the Valley—NoHo, Sherman Oaks, Valley Village, Reseda, and Burbank—but there's clearly one that's the best for the money. Peruse all the contenders, then vote for the best.