Built in 1910, the house sits on a lush property that includes a recording studio out back.
Options include a large and updated two-bedroom condo in Koreatown’s elegant Miramonte Terrace.
Live like an oil tycoon or movie starlet.
Options include a remodeled one-bedroom in Beachwood Canyon and a loft in the Historic Core.
Including a charming beachfront condo in Long Beach.
The developer is using the federal government’s Opportunity Zone program.
Now called the B Line, it reaches some of the most iconic landmarks in Los Angeles.
A curated collection of options for every budget.
Would you choose an updated 1920s apartment in Koreatown or a beachy Long Beach two-bedroom?
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.
Only 766 square feet, but cute as a button!
Rent-controlled apartments will be demolished to make way for the new complex.
Options include a loft in a stately Downtown building with skyline views and a two-bedroom steps from Venice Beach.
Options include a studio in the glamorous Wilshire Royal.
Options include this sunny one-bedroom in Burbank.
The flashy design is based on "the idea of a lifted, displaced landscape—a piece of Korea grafted onto Los Angeles."
Options include a one-bedroom next to Plummer Park and a vintage apartment in Koreatown.
From rooftops with killer views in Downtown Los Angeles to shady cabanas in West Hollywood.
It’s a return to the originally proposed project for Koreatown.
Options include a pretty two-bedroom in Los Feliz and a spot in a Mid-City fourplex.
The boring machines will eventually move enough dirt to fill 150 Olympic-size swimming pools.
These five apartments are all renting for around the same price. Which would you choose?
In St. Andrews Square, the three-bedroom bungalow is a striking combination of vintage and modern elements.
A sweet studio in Fairfax and a one-bedroom on the edge of the NoHo Arts District are two options. Which would you pick?
The first four miles of the Purple Line extension to the Westside are "on track" to open in 2023.
How one immigrant’s enterprising vision transformed the neighborhood into a bustling Korean-led mini city.
A bus rapid transit line is planned for the busy corridor. But would a train make more sense?
Spectacular built-ins and gleaming wood everywhere.
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Burbank to Long Beach.
Set to be complete in 2021, the high-rise will hold more than 600 apartments.
Developer Jamison Services is planning 641 apartments—and parking for 1,922 cars—at Mariposa and Wilshire.
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Beachwood Canyon, Brentwood, and Koreatown.
760 residential units would replace a parking garage
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Glassell Park, Koreatown, and Hollywood.
The Pearl is a short walk to the Wilshire/Western station.
In partnership with Gruen, the Pritzker Prize winner is designing an addition to a landmarked Koreatown temple.
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods.
228 units about three blocks from the Wilshire/Vermont subway station.