Development is simmering along the rail line.
A map guide the major events and places that shaped one of the biggest episodes of civil unrest in U.S. history 27 years ago.
But homeowners have to be willing to rent out the units.
The outdoor museum will celebrate black history and culture along Metro’s new rail line.
What it’s like for RV dwellers during a city-sanctioned cleanup.
The first homeless housing built with money approved by voters in 2016 is now open in South LA.
Options include a one-bedroom condo off the Sunset Strip and a Spanish-style fixer in Glendale.
Ranging from a former hunting lodge in La Crescenta to a Palmer and Krisel-designed midcentury modern in the Valley.
Options include two Downtown condos, a TIC in Silver Lake, and a two-bedroom home in Long Beach.
Designed by Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects, it will feature a landscaped paseo to buffer apartments from the freeway.
Picks include homes in Hyde Park, a condo in Pasadena, and a tenancy in common in Hollywood.
The city is trying to find ways to cool down streets and sidewalks as LA heats up.
The open-air museum will celebrate black Los Angeles amid "so many concerns about gentrification," says City Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson.
Options include two fixer-uppers and two finished condos.
Twenty-seven years after the 1992 LA Uprising, residents are reviving an effort to get the liquor out of Tom’s liquor store.
"West Adams is selling fast," says the real estate agent who led the tour.
The open-air museum of public art, parks, and murals will celebrate black Los Angeles along the Crenshaw/LAX light rail line.
At one time, it was the most common form of multifamily housing in Southern California.
State grants will help complete a path along all 51 miles of the LA River.
"Crenshaw Boulevard is the main street of black LA. Has been, still is, and hopefully always will be."
A few blocks away from a future Crenshaw Line station.
A bus rapid transit line is planned for the busy corridor. But would a train make more sense?
The 1980s churned out crowd-pleasing fantasies. Then came the 1990s and movies like "Boyz N the Hood."
"It’s likely in some of these neighborhoods to be a slow increase in density," researcher says.
When the line opens, riders will end their trips more than one mile from the nearest airport terminal.
Designed by Perkins + Will, the public art project will celebrate black Los Angeles.
A new book documents how black residents battled violence, abuse, and discrimination in LA’s housing market for nearly a century.
Walking distance to an Expo Line station.
Vacant for decades, the site once hosted a swap meet that burned down in the 1992 Uprising.
We asked millennial homeowners how they saved for their down payment, what they wish they had known—and if they have regrets.
The editor of Streetsblog LA calls it "disappointing."
The carvings include depictions of local landmarks, Egyptian imagery, and the names of black residents in and outside of LA who have been killed by police.
For the first time in decades, major development projects are underway in South Los Angeles.
The site has sat idle for decades. Now, it’s being cleared for a development with affordable housing, a transit plaza, and a public school.
Officials are considering plenty of sites in the San Fernando Valley.
Take a walking tour, using this map as your guide.
Affordable housing, community spaces, a school, and a transit plaza will rise on a lot that has been empty for 26 years.
Here’s your Cliffs Notes version of LA history.
In less than a week, three more people have died in hit-and-runs.