Would you choose an updated 1920s apartment in Koreatown or a beachy Long Beach two-bedroom?
The NBC series is set in Pittsburgh and New York—but it’s filmed in LA.
Options include a studio in the glamorous Wilshire Royal.
Prices for the one-bedroom units in the Tenancy in Common complex start at $549,000.
Apartments in the Historic Core, Hollywood, Larchmont, and more.
The 1920s home is on the market for the first time since the ’60s.
Built in the 1930s, it’s got arched entryways, hardwood floors, and a (decorative) tile fireplace.
As of last year, the nautical-themed structure is a city landmark.
The hotel developer wants to"fully restore the original luster" of the bungalow court while erecting a new four-story building on the site on Melrose Avenue.
A developer wants to turn a small courtyard complex near Paramount Studios into an 18-room hotel.
The three-bedroom residence also features beamed ceilings, stained glass windows, and original built-ins.
The strange building near Larchmont was a long-rumored hangout of Jack London. Its original owner appears to have been the author’s good friend, sculptor Finn Frolich.
Larchmont is defined primarily by the single long strip of Larchmont Boulevard, lined with diagonal parking, wide sidewalks, coffee shops, toy stores, expensive boutiques, and dog bakeries.
Stylish updates have been made to this 1918 house, including new oak floors and a deep teal kitchen. The house's upstairs family room has its own roomy balcony, and there's bonus space in a finished detached garage in the backyard.
We've combed the city for five apartments around $1,600 and found five pretty good spots. But which is the best for the cash? Cast your vote.