A brand new Pasadena unit or a roomy one-bedroom in Beverly Grove?
At the Beverly Center, of all places.
Including a loft in the iconic Eastern Columbia Building
Options include a two-bedroom in Silver Lake and a one-bedroom in Los Feliz’s romantic Casa Laguna.
Options include a sleek new apartment in Downtown and a one-bedroom charmer in West Hollywood.
A small-lot development would raze the Edinburgh Bungalow Court, but residents and the city councilmember are trying to save it.
These five LA area apartments are renting for around the same price. Which would you choose?
Formerly rent-controlled apartments, they were emptied out and almost demolished.
See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Beverly Grove to Burbank.
See what that price rents across Los Angeles, from Downtown to Santa Monica.
Our Lady of Mt. Lebanon wants to build 153 new apartments behind its old cathedral.
See what that price rents in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including the Hollywood Hills and North Hollywood.
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including a beautiful castle apartment in Hollywood.
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Koreatown to Culver City.
The bold designs captured the spirt of post-war futurism and enticed passing drivers to slow down and stop in.
Cole Martin and Jack Rayner opened up their small 1920s home, adding a deck and a music studio in the garage. The result is perfectly customized to fit their needs.
A sweet Art Deco spot in Koreatown or a cute Craftsman-inspired back house in Frogtown? This is a tough decision.
This week, we find a contemporary spot in Playa del Rey, a vintage apartment in Pico-Robertson, and more!
Angelenos love to shame The Grove, but let’s face it: There are reasons why the 15-year-old mall has become an institution.
The pop star owned the 1920s Spanish-style for just three months.
A swanky condo in Beverly Grove or a classic two-bedroom home in Pasadena?
Built in 1928, the three-bedroom features stained glass windows, vintage tile, and beautiful wood beams.
Los Angeles has plenty of areas where it’s easy to get around on foot.
They’re concerned about the impact of "this massive building looming over single family homes," and they want WeHo’s City Council to get involved.
Paul says his neighbors should worry about other things, like "innocent people getting shot everyday."
Tenant advocates said the project was approved using faulty vacancy data. Members of the city council largely agreed, but still approved the project.
It’s enough for a charming little bungalow in Beverly Grove or a much more spacious four-bedroom house in Mid-City.
The complex holds 58 luxurious residences and one $50-million penthouse with its own pool and garden.
The building would feature underground parking and retail topped by apartments.
The six-story building would hold new 96 units and a rooftop pool with retail and restaurants at street level.
It looks like Beverly Center’s owners are making good on their promise to bring the hulking shopping mall out of the 1980s and to flood it with natural light.
The glassy mixed use project will feature more than two dozen eateries, as well as office space and retail.
An Ohio-based developer recently paid $21.25 million for the property.
The building will include 48 units of housing and is set to replace nightclub operator SBE’s former headquarters.
This week, we’re scoping out the types of places you can rent around LA with a budget of $2,900.
Today’s installment of Curbed Comparisons takes us to HiFi, Beverly Grove, the Hollywood Dell, Sherman Oaks, and Silver Lake in search of the best apartments $2,150 can rent. Which one is the best deal?
In exchange for building the luxury apartment tower, the shopping mall developer agreed to incorporate some affordable units and to give the city $500,000 for affordable housing.
The downsizing from 19 stories to 16 stories comes after a controversy over the shopping mall developer’s campaign contributions. It’s scheduled for a final vote by the City Council next week.
We’re exploring what you can rent for $1,950 in Los Angeles. Our search turned up a two-bedroom in Baldwin Village, a roomy one-bedroom in Beverly Grove, and a 1940s-era one-bedroom in Los Feliz.