Even the museum’s glorious 1960s vision had its detractors.
Demolition of the original modernist complex is clearing the way for a flashy new building.
The Purple Line is now the D Line, and it’s getting seven new stations.
If San Francisco can do Market Street—why can’t Los Angeles do Hollywood Boulevard?
Serving up old-school glamour.
The "four aging buildings" are slated to be torn down early this year.
The dramatic overhaul calls for adding a slew of new walking paths, including a bridge across the Lake Pit.
The eight-story project would spare the landmarked Irish bar—but raze rent-controlled apartments.
The new museum will be "a showcase for the world to see."
The coolest shopping events for handmade trinkets and presents, many of them crafted right here in LA.
Picks include a vintage apartment on Miracle Mile and a one-bedroom in the heart of Downtown.
What’s your favorite?
In the 1950s, Park La Brea was built to house 10,000 residents in 18 high-rises and dozens of garden apartments.
What’s next for the property?
Options include a house in Burbank and a fully redone Miracle Mile one-bedroom
In an interview with a Zurich newspaper, Zumthor says he hasn’t read any criticism of the project.
The popup will host film screenings, talks, and other events through November—all free and open to the public.
The $388 million project is part of an evolving stretch of Wilshire Boulevard.
Preservationists say the tavern earned "a reputation as one of the most iconic and beloved places to imbibe" in Los Angeles.
The director of the Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County, calls it a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" to renovate the historic campus.
The first four miles of the Purple Line extension to the Westside are "on track" to open in 2023.
The owners of the Art Deco-inspired Staples and a beauty shop on Wilshire are planning to redevelop the property with a high-end high-rise.
These summer event series are mostly free—and not to be missed.
Supervisors and celebrities defended the redesign: "LACMA must be allowed to chart its path, lead its growth, and protect its collection."
Two Curbed critics chat about the plan to completely rebuild one of LA’s most popular museums.
The hotel and residential project would rise next to a future Purple Line station.
Construction on the museum’s new building is expected to begin in late 2019 and wrap up by the end of 2023.
That’s more than twice the old budget.
Here are five apartments for rent across Los Angeles, from North Hollywood to the Miracle Mile.
See what that price rents in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Long Beach, Burbank, and Hollywood.
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including a beautiful castle apartment in Hollywood.
Tunnel boring machines are chewing up earth below the Miracle Mile.
The apartments will be close to museums—and a future subway station.
The bold designs captured the spirt of post-war futurism and enticed passing drivers to slow down and stop in.
The home sits on a tranquil lot with fountains and patio space.
See what this price gets you, from the Miracle Mile to Studio City.
The romantically styled home has wrought iron balconies, arched windows, and plenty of tile.
The film academy is drumming up excitement for its museum set to open in 2019 next to LACMA.
LA was once teeming with wildlife. We chat with a paleontologist who’s helping unearth the fossils.