These homes, including a spiffy Tudor Revival in Glendale, are priced from $699,000.
The clubs are vestiges of the Sunset Strip’s rock ‘n’ roll days.
At a community meeting, residents say they hate the look of the mixed-user designed by Morphosis.
From a quaint cottage to a movie legend’s former abode.
Options include a sleek new apartment in Downtown and a one-bedroom charmer in West Hollywood.
It’s like your own private Chateau.
An 180-day hold on demolition is set to expire April 30.
The Amazon series is inextricably linked with the city.
The Sunset Strip in the 1980s was nothin’ but a good time—and tight leather and teased hair.
How go-go dancing teens—and the underage clubs that embraced them—turned the Strip technicolor.
The end of Prohibition signaled a new outlaw era on the Strip—one that was both dangerous and glamorous.
How a dusty road became the Sunset Strip—the most famous place in LA to misbehave.
The small complex is organized around fountains and courtyards.
The far-out hotel and condo project proposed for the Sunset Strip made the cut.
The Sunset Strip project, designed by Morphosis, will create a new home for the venue.
West Hollywood voters will decide in March whether to revoke the city’s approval of the private club.
Built in 1927, Piazza del Sol is located right on the Sunset Strip.
Tall hotels, private clubs, and a Frank Gehry-designed shopping center will refashion the boulevard.
The new owners are "looking to see what the highest and best use would be."
Gibson wants out of its 15-year lease at the legendary property.
A former home of Marlon Brando, it boasts a magnesite staircase, circular tower, curving walls and windows, vaulted ceilings, and flying buttresses.
From Airbnb to Frank Gehry buildings, these are the unresolved issues and real estate projects that left us on the edge of our seats.
The shop should open on the Sunset Strip in "early 2018."
Due for a 2018 opening, the two-building complex will hold 190 rooms and 20 condos. Oh, and an awesome pool.
With 185 rooms and an art gallery, it looks like Robert Therrien's sculpture of stacked plates in the lobby at The Broad.
The members-only venue would have guest rooms, restaurants, and a supper club. It could open by 2020.
The store will have shops-within-a-shop, a florist, a restaurant, and an outpost of architecture and design bookstore Hennessey & Ingalls.
The Jeremy will eventually become an eco-friendly "1" hotel, but right now it’s a hip and minimal hotel with a cool pool.
A six-month pilot program will bring a weekend shuttle to the area—making it a little easier for tourists to get around.
A hotel called the Jeremy is now slated to open—but it’s only temporary.
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The new owners might have to persuade the City Council to change the rules for them. At least one councilmember says that’s going to be "an interesting conversation."
Korman Communities plans to turn the project into a high-end extended-stay inn under the AKA brand. The AKA in Beverly Hills rents from $4,500 a week.
From the living room and the deck of the infinity pool, you can see straight out over the city and to the bay.
The young brand has hotels in Miami and Brooklyn. The change is seen as confirmation that the hotel building sold to a new owner, Starwood Capital.
The hotel was supposed to open May 1 in one of the strip’s big new buildings. But it has pulled out of the project, without explanation.
The house still holds many vintage details—hardwood floors, built-ins, and moldings—and has a serene, retreat-like backyard.
The decision might help save a historic bank building. Gehry wants to knock it down in order to make room for a big project on the eastern end of LA’s iconic Sunset Strip.
The city says the Sunset Strip is losing its edge as a creative advertising mecca—it wants to amp up the strip’s billboard game.