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‘One of the most incredible iconic landmarks in our city’

Designed by Gin Wong, the midcentury icon was originally intended for a site near LAX A striking Googie-style gas station in Beverly Hills is one of the city’s newest landmarks. The Beverly Hills City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to add the property at Crescent Drive and Santa Monica Boulevard to the city’s historic register. Councilmember [...]

2018-05-11T00:25:26+00:00 May 11th, 2018|Real Estate News|

New minimal apartments near Hollywood and Highland rent from $2,250

All units feature a little enclosed balcony, sliding glass doors, and expansive windows We’re getting a glimpse inside a newly completed Hollywood apartment building not far from Hollywood and Highland boulevards. Designed by SPF:architects, the building holds a total of 82 apartments, with studios starting at $2,250. Rent for a one-bedroom begins at $2,845, and [...]

2018-05-08T22:28:00+00:00 May 8th, 2018|Real Estate News|

Mapped: 31 projects on the way to South Park

Dozens of projects are on the way in Downtown LA’s fastest-growing neighborhood It’s hard to overstate how quick the pace of development has been in Downtown LA’s South Park neighborhood in recent years. Developers descended upon the area in the mid-2000s and came back with a vengeance following the Great Recession. Even as high-rises like [...]

2018-05-07T22:30:45+00:00 May 7th, 2018|Real Estate News|

Stately Fallbrook residence by Mead and Requa seeks $1.25M

The 1914-built Spanish home sits on over an acre of land This elegant residence is well outside the boundaries of Los Angeles, but its designers—Frank Mead and Richard Requa—helped shape the unique architecture of the Southern California region. The two collaborated on several projects in Los Angeles, and Requa oversaw design of both the California [...]

2018-05-04T22:35:46+00:00 May 4th, 2018|Real Estate News|

21 developments rising along the LA River

So many bridges The plan to ecologically restore an 11-mile section of the Los Angeles River has put a big, national spotlight on the waterway. Anticipating a revitalization, city and real estate developers have paid attention to the flood channel for years now. The result has been a steady stream of projects—parks, bridges, residential, adaptive [...]

2018-05-03T19:05:44+00:00 May 3rd, 2018|Real Estate News|

Outpost Estates Spanish-style house near Hollywood Bowl seeks $3.3M

You can probably hear the strains of summer concerts from here This lovely Spanish Colonial Revival-inspired home commands city and hillside views from its position on the edge of a hill, behind an imposing gate. The renovated four-bedroom, four-bathroom residence holds hardwood floors, high cathedral ceilings, a stonework living room fireplace, and French doors. The [...]

2018-05-02T21:15:16+00:00 May 2nd, 2018|Real Estate News|

Jason Schwartzman selling his dream condo: ‘I love it so much’

“Anytime I was trying to find a place to live in Los Angeles—what I was imagining was [this] place” Actor Jason Schwartzman is putting his lovely one-bedroom condo in the historic Andalusia on the market. The Spanish-style courtyard complex, located steps from the Sunset Strip, is distinguished by its decorative teal and white garage door [...]

2018-05-02T03:28:11+00:00 May 2nd, 2018|Real Estate News|

Big Arts District live/work development could start construction next year

The project would bring 475 units to the Arts District AvalonBay Communities is taking a big step forward on its plans to build a 475-unit mixed-use development with a grocery store and commercial and space. Today, the city planning department published the Arts District project’s final environmental report, a significant hurdle on the path to [...]

2018-04-27T22:35:52+00:00 April 27th, 2018|Real Estate News|