The essential Los Angeles film was released 45 years ago today.
You’ll find built-ins, beautiful woodwork, and two bonus rental units.
Huge single-family homes are nearly taking over entire blocks.
Tastefully and stylishly updated.
But don’t pool your cash just yet.
Traces of the Hollywood I remember can still be found, if you know where to look.
Live like an oil tycoon or movie starlet.
The nonprofit has often squared off against developers.
Options include a charming Atwater Village bungalow and a midcentury modern in the Hollywood Hills.
A group is pushing for the city to create "strong anti-displacement, affordable housing, and sustainability policies."
The director recreated 1960s Los Angeles in spectacular detail.
Oscar Sunday is the best example of how residents already adjust to car-free Hollywood Boulevard.
The record store sold its building to a developer and is moving to the Walk of Fame.
Wider sidewalks, bike lanes—and room for cars.
Now called the B Line, it reaches some of the most iconic landmarks in Los Angeles.
If San Francisco can do Market Street—why can’t Los Angeles do Hollywood Boulevard?
From Frogtown to Palms, the origin stories of nearly two dozen Los Angeles cities and neighborhoods.
A curated collection of options for every budget.
A Jefferson Park bungalow or a Hollywood townhouse?
A brand new Pasadena unit or a roomy one-bedroom in Beverly Grove?
These before and after images compare the Hollywood of five or 10 years ago with Hollywood today.
"What we consider to be a boom today is because we got used to nothing."
Los Angeles might not be known for its skyscrapers, but that could change once some of these are built.
Options include a one-bedroom bungalow in West Adams.
Options include an apartment on the Venice boardwalk and a Spanish-style dwelling in Echo Park.
Options include a little bungalow in Venice and a studio on Hollywood Boulevard.
Bright yellow pod-studios dot the former parking lot of an existing Paul Williams-designed structure.
Options include an elegant Spanish style in Leimert Park and a Hollywood bungalow.
The streaming giant is expected to move in early next year.
It’s got beautiful original details.
Built by Case Study house designer Craig Ellwood in 1953.
The development would stretch along Las Palmas almost all the way to Hollywood Boulevard.
Picks include homes in Hyde Park, a condo in Pasadena, and a tenancy in common in Hollywood.
Formerly a rent-controlled apartment building, it’s reopening as a boutique hotel.
Just in time to schedule a spooky Halloween staycation, a guide to the paranormally-blessed hotels of Los Angeles.
It’s slated to open next year.
Options include a loft in a stately Downtown building with skyline views and a two-bedroom steps from Venice Beach.
Seek these filming locations out at your own peril.
Designed by the formidable Arthur and Nina Zwebell in 1928.