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Midcentury with stained glass windows, built-in seating is a work of art for $2.8M

Designed by Foster Rhodes Jackson, who studied under Frank Lloyd Wright Architect and student of Frank Lloyd Wright Foster Rhodes Jackson built his own hilltop home in the foothills city of La Verne. In a neighboring La Verne canyon, he spent years designing and building this residence in his signature organic modern style “in conjunction [...]

2019-01-18T23:43:43+00:00January 18th, 2019|Real Estate News|

Serene Spanish-style bungalow in Venice asks $1.9M

Enclosed behind hedges, the 1920s home boasts plenty of original details Venice real estate prices may have reached ridiculous heights in recent years, but so far that hasn’t made the neighborhood’s homey bungalows and beach cottages any less charming. This 1920s Spanish-style residence is a perfect example. Set back behind tall hedges and fronted by [...]

2019-01-17T23:35:00+00:00January 17th, 2019|Real Estate News|

SpaceX won’t build rockets at LA’s port after all

It’s a setback to the efforts of local officials to brand the harbor area as a burgeoning tech hub Tech giant SpaceX has abandoned plans to develop test rockets for interplanetary travel at the Port of Los Angeles. First reported by the Los Angeles Times and confirmed by a SpaceX spokesperson, the company will build [...]

2019-01-17T00:46:08+00:00January 17th, 2019|Real Estate News|

Cheery Spanish-style townhouse asks $1M near Sunset Strip

Terra-cotta tile and colorful wallpaper On a verdant tree-lined street just off the iconic Sunset Strip, this two-bedroom townhouse is part of a Spanish-style courtyard complex whose charms belie its age. The 20-unit “Harper Court: Seven Fountains” complex was only constructed in 2000, but its character details are reminiscent of the gorgeous revival style buildings [...]

2019-01-15T22:35:47+00:00January 15th, 2019|Real Estate News|

FBI probe of Jose Huizar looking closely at Downtown development

Developers named in search warrant are working on some of Downtown LA’s biggest and most high-profile projects As part of an FBI corruption probe into Los Angeles City Councilmember Jose Huizar, investigators have sought to seize records related to major Downtown developers and real estate investors. A search warrant filed in November reveals that FBI [...]

2019-01-14T23:49:37+00:00January 14th, 2019|Real Estate News|

Series of rain storms set to slam Los Angeles

Monday to Tuesday “look potentially quite concerning” for burn areas Los Angeles is in store for an unusually long soaking. A series of wet storms are forecasted to blow through the Southland through Thursday, and the National Weather Service predicts they could dump a total of 4 to 6 inches of rain on LA. Officials [...]

2019-01-12T17:24:34+00:00January 12th, 2019|Real Estate News|

Pretty Mt. Washington post and beam seeks $1.9M

Built in 1985 but refreshed by Los Angeles design firm Breland-Harper Sure to make the jaws of Kinfolk readers and editors drop is this post and beam in Mt. Washington that has been dramatically and stylishly “reimagined” by Los Angeles design firm Breland-Harper. Since last selling in the spring of last year, it has been [...]

2019-01-11T23:35:00+00:00January 11th, 2019|Real Estate News|

23 deadliest streets targeted for safety improvements

“Road diets,” despised by some drivers, are still on the table In Los Angeles, where residents and visitors are killed by vehicles at a rate amounting to one person every 40 hours, city officials have identified more than 80 streets and intersections in need of urgent safety improvements. Approved last month by the Los Angeles [...]

2019-01-10T00:51:05+00:00January 10th, 2019|Real Estate News|