Sunny living room, contemporary kitchen with upgraded features.
Options include a compact home in Mt. Washington and a 1950s house with citrus trees in the Valley.
Built in 1929 and still elegant.
From the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel to the Pacific Design Center’s blue building.
A house in Gardena or a condo in West Hollywood—which would you choose?
If San Francisco can do Market Street—why can’t Los Angeles do Hollywood Boulevard?
Picks include a 1960s home in Woodland Hills with a pool with mountain views and a studio condo in the Arts District.
Options include a one-bedroom condo off the Sunset Strip and a Spanish-style fixer in Glendale.
For the set of In a Lonely Place, director Nicholas Ray recreated one of his first Hollywood homes.
Ranging from a former hunting lodge in La Crescenta to a Palmer and Krisel-designed midcentury modern in the Valley.
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.
With their dynamic roofs and neon signs, these diners, motels, and car washes showcase the best of Googie style.
Including a loft in the iconic Eastern Columbia Building
At a community meeting, residents say they hate the look of the mixed-user designed by Morphosis.
Options include a fixer bungalow in Atwater Village and a one-bedroom condo in a groovy West Hollywood building.
Picks include a vintage apartment on Miracle Mile and a one-bedroom in the heart of Downtown.
Streets will be closed to cars for 6.5 miles, from East Hollywood to West Hollywood.
A three-bedroom East Hollywood townhouse or a one-bedroom charmer in Fairfax—which would you choose?
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.
As Harry Cohn once said: "If you must get into trouble, do it at the Chateau Marmont."
The goal of the $2.4 million revamp was "to make it look almost exactly the same" as it did in 1945.
Much of Santa Monica Boulevard will close for the annual parade and festival.
Here are five apartments across LA renting for around the same price. Which would you pick?
See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Long Beach to Glendale.
See what that price rents across Los Angeles, from Downtown to West Hollywood.
Pastel interiors, perks galore, and an outdoor terrace.
The Sunset Strip in the 1980s was nothin’ but a good time—and tight leather and teased hair.
A northern extension of the Crenshaw Line could draw more riders than Boston’s Green Line—but will it take three decades to build?
See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Highland Park to West Hollywood.
How go-go dancing teens—and the underage clubs that embraced them—turned the Strip technicolor.
A West Hollywood condo, a Fashion District loft, and more.
The end of Prohibition signaled a new outlaw era on the Strip—one that was both dangerous and glamorous.
See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from South Park to San Pedro.
How a dusty road became the Sunset Strip—the most famous place in LA to misbehave.
Sleek and sunny and part of a 1960s complex with a pool.
After Northridge, engineers warned that hundreds of towers could be dangerous in a large earthquake—but the city hasn’t required owners to fix them.
The West Hollywood complex was designed by Edward Fickett in 1954.