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LA councilmember wants to ban scooters from his entire district—including Dodger Stadium

Also Highland Park and Echo Park With more dockless scooters and bicycles set to hit LA’s streets as soon as next week, City Councilmember Gil Cedillo is seeking to ban the devices from the neighborhoods he represents. Those communities include Highland Park, Westlake, Chinatown, and Echo Park. At the center of the district is Dodger [...]

2019-03-05T00:23:39+00:00March 5th, 2019|Real Estate News|

Marilyn Manson’s former Hollywood Hills house on the market for $2M

The former home of Marilyn Manson This tile-roofed residence in the Hollywood Dell has been around since before talking pictures came about, and if its walls could talk too, no doubt they’d have some juicy stories to tell. Among the property’s previous known owners are Marshall Chess, who co-founded the Rolling Stones’ record label in [...]

2019-03-02T00:20:17+00:00March 2nd, 2019|Real Estate News|

John Lautner house up for rent in Beachwood Canyon

The midcentury modern has been restored “with the guidance” of Lautner associate Helena Arahuete Now available for lease in bucolic Beachwood Canyon is the Harry and Pauline Williams Residence, designed by the formidable John Lautner in 1952. The Williamses also enlisted the architect’s services for the 1954 expansion of the Beachwood Market, located just down [...]

2019-02-27T23:15:51+00:00February 27th, 2019|Real Estate News|

Mapped: 19 places in LA where black architects left their mark

”African American architects are here, and they’re doing good work in LA” When architect Jason E. Morris set out to create a map of Los Angeles to highlight buildings designed by black architects, the body of work he found was smaller than he had hoped. Not only did African American architects lack professional opportunities—they weren’t [...]

2019-02-25T23:05:00+00:00February 25th, 2019|Real Estate News|

Downtown Developer Geoff Palmer accused of wrongly keeping tenants’ security deposits

Palmer’s company, G.H. Palmer and Associates, owns thousands of apartments throughout Downtown LA Downtown developer Geoff Palmer was named today in a lawsuit alleging he kept millions of dollars in security deposits that should have been returned to his tenants, reports NBC 4. The lawsuit, filed by San Diego-based lawyer Jimmie Davis Parker, claims that [...]

2019-02-22T23:45:23+00:00February 22nd, 2019|Real Estate News|

Los Angeles treated to rare dusting of snow

The snow level plunged to around 1,500 feet A cold storm system traveling through the Santa Monica Mountains Thursday afternoon sprinkled hillside neighborhoods above Malibu with snow. Snow and graupel (which is similar to hail) fell near Simi Valley, according to the National Weather Service, and residents of Calabasas, Thousand Oaks, La Cañada Flintridge, and [...]

2019-02-22T03:45:41+00:00February 22nd, 2019|Real Estate News|

Ethics commission recommends ban on campaign contributions from developers

“The widespread perception is that there is a pay-to-play culture at Los Angeles City Hall” A proposal to ban developers and other planning professionals from making donations to local politicians cleared the city’s ethics commission on Tuesday. To combat the perception that there’s “pay-to-play politics” at City Hall, the ban would prohibit the mayor, Los [...]

2019-02-20T23:44:52+00:00February 20th, 2019|Real Estate News|