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Crisp midcentury modern by Richard Neutra asking $2M

On a bucolic acre with picture-postcard ocean views Now up for grabs in the Palos Verdes Peninsula is an impeccable midcentury modern designed by Richard Neutra in
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Will Burbank be the next LA city to adopt rent control?

The Burbank Tenants Rights’ Committee holds a rally in front of City Hall on Tuesday evening. | Jessica Flores Tenants say they want the city to make it permanent—because the new state law isn’t s…
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Terrific little Tudor-style asking $770K in Pasadena

Forest Avenue is a pristine street with mountain views. | Photos by Charmaine David, courtesy of Compass Two bedrooms and a fertile front yard Tudors are right there with Victorians as one of the …
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The surviving beach shacks of Los Angeles

The surviving beach shacks of Los Angeles

A cottage on Fraser Avenue in Santa Monica. In the era of multimillion-dollar mansions, the early days of beachfront housing sound too good to be true  In 1974, a young
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LA approves $358.1M for 2,998 affordable apartments

The Thatcher Yard affordable housing development would rise on a former city maintenance yard. The City Council allocated $358.1 million for affordable housing developments, including $11.6 million f…
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Broadway's Moritz Von Stuelpnagel to Direct West Coast Premiere of New Musical 'Found' for IAMA in 2020

Los Angeles, CA -- IAMA Theatre Company has revealed the mystery title of the new musical promised in the company’s 2019-20 season announcement: Tony-nominated director Moritz von Stuelpnagel (Broadw…
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Bridge housing for families opens in old Hollywood mansion

The building known as Wallis House will house up to 40 young women and their children A new bridge housing facility that will provide wraparound services to 40 young women and their children opened t…
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1930s Spanish Colonial-style stunner seeks $3.7M in Los Feliz

The living room features beamed ceilings, built-in shelves, and an elegant fireplace. | Photos by Jo David/Charmaine David Photography, courtesy of Patricia Ruben/Sotheby’s Beamed ceilings, a magn…
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To help renters, LA moving to ban ‘no fault’ evictions

The moratorium on evictions would apply to rental units built before January 1, 2006 and would be in effect until December 31. | Getty Images/iStockphoto
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Expo Line might get signal prioritization

Councilmember Mike Bonin wants the city to give signal priority for trains, meaning cars would be held at intersections as trains are passing through. | Los Angeles Times via Getty Imag Frequency …
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Ravishing 1920s Moorish Revival in the Los Feliz Oaks asking $5.5M

The hilltop home was one of the first built in the neighborhood. | Photo by Harrison Schaaf, courtesy of Jenna Cooper/Compass Rock the casbah! Less than a square mile in size, the Griffith Park-ad…
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Here’s what $480K buys in Los Angeles

Options include two fixer-uppers and two finished condos
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Unbungling a classic California bungalow

Architects do some back and body work to create a photographer duo’s indoor-outdoor haven Something as simple as a doorknob—or
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East West Players Announces Stephen Sondheim's Assassins as the Spring 2020 production of its 54th Season

(Los Angeles, CA) East West Players (EWP), the nation’s longest running theatre of color and largest producer of Asian American theatrical work, announces that it will close out its 54th season with …
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Report: Inglewood home prices skyrocket 63 percent

Inglewood has “quintessential three-bedroom, two-bath” homes on tree-lined streets. | By Liz Kuball “It’s popping over here,” one real estate agent says Home prices in Inglewood—arguably…
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