Just a few blocks apart, the buildings will bring 99 units of housing to Crenshaw Boulevard between Adams and Exposition. One of the projects, set aside for low income tenants, will be just a block from the Metro.
The French Normandy Revival-style fourplex was designed in 1921 by Edward Butler Rust, architect of a number of period revival apartment buildings around Los Angeles, including Wilshire Boulevard’s lavish Los Altos.
With construction fully underway on the new Crenshaw/LAX Line, plenty of new developments are beginning to pop up close to the future route. The latest project ready to begin construction is a five-story senior housing structure called Crenshaw Villas.
We've combed the listings for five apartments across Los Angeles all renting for around $1,800—a two-bedroom in West Adams, a studio in Los Feliz, a one-bedroom near Runyon Canyon are just a few. Peruse the lot, and vote for the best!
The four-bedroom home was designed in 1922 by master architect Henry Harwood Hewitt, and reportedly built with the illustrious John Byers as adobe contractor. Features include beamed ceilings, wrought iron fixtures, and arched windows and doorways.
Danielle and Thomas used the arrival of their son as a reason to pare down the belongings in their 600-square-foot apartment—not just to make more room, but also because they were "trying not to bring him into a house full of crap."