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We’re looking at homes in Hollywood, Koreatown, Long Beach, Pacoima, and Topanga.
Downtown Long Beach and San Pedro are victorious, too. See the full bracket for next week’s Final Four round.
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The development will preserve a 1920s Art Deco building commissioned by the same woman who commissioned the Wiltern Theatre.
A sweet Art Deco spot in Koreatown or a cute Craftsman-inspired back house in Frogtown? This is a tough decision.
See what’s renting for $2,300 in Downtown, Echo Park, Culver City, Koreatown, and more.
Once at risk of being demolished, the Koreatown building will soon feature a restaurant, bar, and apartments.
A spot in a French-Normandy-style building in Mid-Wilshire or a two-story cottage in Hollywood
See what $1,700 rents right now in Tujunga, Pico-Robertson, Hollywood, and more.
The stately five-bedroom home has lots of original features, to go along with a renovated kitchen and new wooden decks.
Houses, freeway overpasses, and Pink’s hotdogs are all bleeding blue with Dodgers pride. Even the LA Opera is keeping score.
We’re looking at options in Glendale, Koreatown, Reseda, Pasadena, and Mt. Washington.
It appears to be part of a two-building development that would bring over 150 new units to the area.
Bringing 75 new units, the project would wipe out three older structures dating back nearly a century.
The new subway track will connect to the existing Koreatown station, bringing road closures to Wilshire Boulevard.
Planned for Olympic Boulevard, the mixed use project would also include over 6,000 square feet of retail space.
Next on Sixth opens this weekend featuring studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, and rents starting at $2,575.
The project would bring 61 new units of housing to the neighborhood, where residential towers are rising left and right.
We picked five units all renting for around the same price. A one-bedroom in Atwater Village and a house in Mid-City are two standouts.
It would replace a gas station and existing apartments with 228 units of housing and more than 50,000 square feet of commercial space.
We've found five rentals, including a cute vintage studio in Hollywood and a one-bedroom near Griffith Park.
The 1997 classic exposes rot beneath LA’s glamour.
The development would include a 32-story high-rise and a separate 14-story structure with condos and retail space.
Los Angeles has plenty of areas where it’s easy to get around on foot.
Apartments in Del Rey, Mid-City, Los Feliz, Koreatown, and the Arts District, all renting for around the same price.
The project would have 99 guest rooms and 63 parking spots.
A South Pasadena duplex, a vintage one-bedroom in Hollywood, and a renovated little house near USC are three of this week’s options.
Designed by architect Jeffrey Daniels, a pupil of Frank Gehry, the building roughly approximates the shape of a chicken—and also, weirdly, a bucket of chicken.
The new high-rise would hold 196 apartments, and commissioners said they are eager to bring more housing to LA.
The project will bring 110 guest rooms and a restaurant to the neighborhood, but some residents said it should have been housing.
We’ve found five one-bedrooms and studios from Glendale to Koreatown —some of the units even have parking.
Set to replace a post office on Sixth Street and Harvard Boulevard, the project will include 200 guest rooms and 44 apartments.
The company’s founder says "the iconic 1940s Texaco Station will be celebrated and preserved to its original aesthetic as much as possible."
It’s an increasingly rare breed in the City of Angels: a period restaurant that allows filming.
Set to replace an existing Denny’s on Vermont Avenue, the tall tower would be right across the street from a Metro station.
Looking for a pool? Head to Sherman Oaks. Need easy access to transit? Take a look at a condo in Koreatown.
A plan to put a park on a triangle-shaped plot of land in Koreatown, near Normandie and Olympic, has been scaled back a bit.