If it hadn’t been for what was observed after Northridge, and the Getty’s commitment, nothing might have been fixed.
Called West End, it will have more than 200,000 square feet of space next to Google and the Expo Line.
It’s the first piece of a much larger revamp of the sprawling campus.
Formerly called Martin Expo Town Center, the project at Expo and Bundy is set to be finished by 2023.
The NBC series is set in Pittsburgh and New York—but it’s filmed in LA.
Options include a fixer bungalow in Atwater Village and a one-bedroom condo in a groovy West Hollywood building.
We found apartments in Silver Lake, Mid-City, Pasadena, and more.
From Downtown to Santa Monica, construction is humming along the train tracks.
See what a price that high buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Santa Monica and Hollywood.
Fix the City says the Expo Line plan was approved before officials analyzed whether infrastructure could support more development.
This is where it all began.
No more hurdles stand in the project’s way, Martin family says.
"LA is a very different place now than it was in the 1970s."
Set and shot in the Valley, the Netflix show captures the look and feel of an iconic era.
The plan estimates that as many as new 6,000 new housing units could be built around five train stations by 2035.
89 residential units, including affordable housing, are planned for the site on Pico between Sepulveda and Westwood boulevards.
The iconic 1980s-era mall appeared in "Clueless" and the music video for "Free Fallin.’" It was put up for sale in November as occupancy rates flagged.
Its proximity to the Expo Line has potential buyers thinking about options for the site that aren’t a mall.
The program, which would start in Woodland Hills and West LA, is geared at reducing street sweeping parking tickets.
The development would bring 129 units to Sawtelle, replacing a strip mall at Pico and Gateway boulevards.
The car dealership will be razed to make way for the five-story project, which will rise next to another, similarly sized CIM project.
LA Observed reports this morning that the Googie-style Norms diner on Pico Boulevard in Rancho Park, a neighborhood just south of Westwood, might shutter by the end of the month.
Approved by City Council last week, the multi-use complex with hundreds of apartments is expected to break ground in 2018 at the site of a car dealership near the Expo Line. A local neighborhood group says it will be "dangerous" for the community.
The aging mall is looking to rebrand itself with open walls and potentially a Whole Foods.
The Expo Line extension to downtown Santa Monica has got its opening date.