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A cute old house on Vin Scully Avenue asks $879K

Attention Dodgers’ fans You’ll have to put up with a lot of game day traffic, but if you love watching the Dodgers’ play, then this could be the place for you. Painted oh-so-fittingly blue, the house is located on the newly renamed Vin Scully Avenue, the street that gets choked with cars headed to the [...]

2016-10-18T02:15:12+00:00September 10th, 2016|Real Estate News|

Meet LA’s first people walker

He doesn’t walk dogs. He walks people. Los Angeles is no stranger to the concept of people creating jobs out of thin air. From valet parking to dog walking, if there’s a menial task some Angeleno can’t be bothered to do themselves, there’s sure to be an underemployed actor to take it up as a [...]

2016-10-18T02:15:12+00:00September 10th, 2016|Real Estate News|

Then and now: photos show how Downtown Los Angeles has changed in the last century

Many of these sites are set to change dramatically again in the next few years Booming development in Downtown has altered the way the city's core looks and will look in the next few years. Parking lots are turning into high-rises and many handsome historic buildings are being adaptively reused to create lofts, apartments, and condos, so what better [...]

2016-10-18T02:15:13+00:00September 9th, 2016|Real Estate News|

Seven-story Hollywood development restoring Earl Carroll Theatre moves forward

The Essex Hollywood will hold 200 apartments with ground-floor commercial on Sunset It’s been a while since we’ve heard from the seven-story mixed-use project planned to rise next door to the Earl Carroll Theatre on Sunset Boulevard near Vine Street, but it’s been steadily working its way toward getting built. The project was approved earlier [...]

2016-10-18T02:15:13+00:00September 9th, 2016|Real Estate News|

LA’s big plan to change the way we move

It's 2021, and you're making your way home from work. You jump off the Expo line (which now travels from Santa Monica to Downtown in 20 minutes flat), and your smartwatch presents you with options for the final two miles to your apartment. You could hop on Metro's bike share, but you decide on a [...]

2016-10-18T02:15:13+00:00September 9th, 2016|Real Estate News|

Someone tagged Angels Flight, LA’s favorite tiny railway

The funicular has been out of service for a few years now Bunker Hill’s super-short, historic railway Angels Flight has been out of service since a 2013 derailment, and now, like many things that hold still for too long in Los Angeles, it’s been tagged. Twitter user DTLAWalkingTours tweeted a photo Wednesday showing graffiti on [...]

2016-10-18T02:15:13+00:00September 9th, 2016|Real Estate News|

Architectural animations move LA projects.

Los Angeles based Shimahara Illustration produces architectural* animations to advance projects of every building type.* Since 1999 the studio has absorbed the cinematic heritage* of LA to help clients and their projects move ahead.* Source: http://feeds.feedburner.com/CurbedLA

2016-10-18T02:15:13+00:00September 9th, 2016|Real Estate News|

The Parker Center, LAPD’s historic headquarters, threatened by demolition yet again

Preservationists are rushing to landmark the building after a committee recommends razing it The fate of the Parker Center, LAPD’s iconic former headquarters, is once again in doubt after a municipal committee reviewing plans for the property site recommended demolishing the historic structure. In response, LA’s Cultural Heritage Commission re-nominated the building for landmark status [...]

2016-10-18T02:15:13+00:00September 8th, 2016|Real Estate News|

Free shuttle will take hikers from the Gold Line to popular Chantry Flats trails

For three weekends only For three weekends this fall, a shuttle will ferry riders from Metro's Gold Line station in Arcadia to the trailhead at Chantry Flats Picnic Area, giving hikers a way to reach the popular spot without having to drive there, Modern Hiker reports. Chantry Flat is a jumping off point for such high-traffic San [...]

2016-10-18T02:15:13+00:00September 8th, 2016|Real Estate News|