Twenty-one high-profile projects are headed for the neighborhood that has so far resisted gentrification.
Westlake is rapidly transforming, and to move ahead with the mostly market-rate project "would be aiding and abetting," Metro director says.
Now called the B Line, it reaches some of the most iconic landmarks in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles might not be known for its skyscrapers, but that could change once some of these are built.
Options include a one-bedroom condo off the Sunset Strip and a Spanish-style fixer in Glendale.
The writer had a dark view of LA but was undoubtedly seduced and enthralled with the City of Angels.
Raymond Chandler cemented the Bryson Apartment Hotel’s legacy.
Amenities at the market-rate complex include a pool and an "outdoor cinema."
The builder says they’re cutting construction time in half.
Options include a studio in the glamorous Wilshire Royal.
See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Downtown to El Segundo.
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Developers have been trying to build there since 2006.
The gorgeous city landmark is slated to partially open to the public as soon as next year.
Also Highland Park, Koreatown, and Echo Park.
See what that price rents in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including the Hollywood Hills and North Hollywood.
Set to be complete in 2021, the high-rise will hold more than 600 apartments.
Members of Burlington Unidos, who initially organized to protest rent hikes, continue to fight for each other.
Now a low-income housing complex, it was once a luxurious hotel.
See what that price buys in five neighborhoods, including a condo with Downtown views and a mini ranch in the Valley.
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Long Beach to Koreatown.
"We want to give every tenant the opportunity to pay their rent and continue living here."
But the pastrami sandwiches "aren’t going anywhere," says deli owner Norm Langer.
It opens next week.
"We regret having to take this action, but the tenant in this unit failed to pay rent for seven months."
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Across the street from MacArthur Park, the project would replace 36 rent-stabilized units.
The six-month pilot could be extended for a full year.
See what that price gets in five neighborhoods, including Los Feliz, La Brea, and Koreatown.
It’s also looking at a long-term plan to install public restrooms at all new rail stations.
It’s expanding into East Hollywood, DTLA, and Pico-Union.
Residents say pests, mold, and maintenance issues make a recent round of rent hikes unfair. They want to collectively bargain a new lease agreement.
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods.
It’ll make less dramatic changes to try make the street—one of the city’s most dangerous—safer.
It’s enough for homes in Westlake, Altadena, Van Nuys, Lake Balboa, and Hermosa Beach.
The buyer is major Koreatown landlord Jamison Services.
The rule applies to booming Westlake.
What will become of the changing neighborhood—and who gets to decide its fate?