Options include a vintage Los Feliz apartment and a bright unit in Mid-Wilshire.
The housing would be aimed at the homeless and people with disabilities.
A three-bedroom East Hollywood townhouse or a one-bedroom charmer in Fairfax—which would you choose?
New stations in Mar Vista, Palms, and Playa will open just in time for CicLAvia this weekend.
An East Hollywood townhouse and a two-bedroom in Atwater Village are two options.
See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Altadena to Mar Vista.
See how Long Beach stacks up to the Valley.
Marmol Radziner creates a hilltop retreat.
"LA is a very different place now than it was in the 1970s."
The updated home features walls of glass and an elegant living room fireplace.
See what’s available at that price point in five neighborhoods, from Mar Vista to Burbank.
That’s an improvement. But bike advocates say the drop is likely due to fewer people riding bikes, because they don’t feel safe.
The city planned to narrow roads in order to make them safer, but the strategy is proving unpopular, even among some elected officials.
See how far that budget gets you in Los Angeles.
This week’s options include a duplex near the waterfront in San Pedro and a compact studio in Mar Vista. Which would you rent?
Bike and pedestrian-friendly changes have enraged some community members, but supporters say they've made the community safer.
A witchy little cottage in Hollywood and a contemporary unit on Wilshire, just west of the 110, are two of the choices in this week’s apartment search.
This week, we’re scoping out the types of places you can rent around LA with a budget of $2,900.
City leaders broke ground today on a round of updates to Venice Boulevard in Mar Vista that include new crosswalks with signals and pedestrian head starts.
Crimson Holdings is planning two new buildings across from each other on Venice Boulevard with retail and a combined 129 residential units, five of which would be set aside for very low-income tenants.
A Culver City one-bedroom, an East Hollywood two-bedroom, and three other apartments all cost about the same amount, but deliver vastly different living environments. Which place would you rent?
We've combed the famously priciest part of Los Angeles for five apartments renting for around $3,200. Which one is the best? Westwood? Pacific Palisades? Playa Vista? You decide.
There are some hidden renovations to the house, but the most visible overhaul is to the house's landscaping. That firepit is begging for a classy garden party. The property is asking $1.7 million.
We've picked five LA apartments renting for around the same price, but clearly one is superior to the others. Which one is it? You decide: check out the options and vote for the best.