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Metro rolls out new security scanners to detect weapons, prevent ‘mass casualties’

The devices detect concealed explosives As Metro expands its network of high-capacity trains, the transit agency is investing in new technology to prevent attacks on riders. Metro announced Tuesday that it had purchased devices designed to detect concealed explosives and weapons “intended to cause mass casualties.” Metro is the first public transit agency in the [...]

2018-08-17T22:44:41+00:00August 17th, 2018|Real Estate News|

Construction starts on 20-story Miracle Mile apartment tower near LACMA

The apartments will be close to museums and a future subway station A soaring apartment complex with 285 apartments is now underway near LACMA. Developer JH Snyder announced Wednesday that construction has begun on the Residences at Wilshire Curson, a 20-story high-rise next door to Miracle Mile’s SAG-AFTRA Plaza (formerly Museum Square). The building, designed [...]

2018-08-16T22:43:09+00:00August 16th, 2018|Real Estate News|

Elon Musk pitches high-speed line to Dodger Stadium

Called the “Dugout Loop” First an aerial tram, now an underground, high-speed transit line—that’s the latest proposal for a creative new way to get to Dodger Stadium, and it comes from Elon Musk. The entrepreneur’s Hawthorne-based company, the Boring Company, announced this evening that it wants to build a subway-like line from Los Feliz or [...]

2018-08-16T04:12:30+00:00August 16th, 2018|Real Estate News|

Port of LA looking to add ‘thriving’ new commercial development on 12 waterfront acres

It’s the latest in a wave of changes at the port The rapidly changing Port of Los Angeles is looking to transform 12 waterfront acres with “thriving” new commercial development at Cabrillo Way Marina. The port’s commercial real estate arm put out a prospectus last week outlining the commercial development opportunity, which includes the marina [...]

2018-08-14T22:16:06+00:00August 14th, 2018|Real Estate News|

Groovy 60s modern by Bill Mack in Brentwood asking $4.5M

Built in 1962 with a later expansion by architect/surfboard designer Matt Kivlin Increasingly popular with Hollywood power-players thanks to its secluded, rural nature, Brentwood’s Mandeville Canyon is also a bastion of noteworthy architecture. Within the bucolic Westside enclave are homes by such illustrious practitioners as Pierre Koenig, Cliff May, Gerard Colcord, Allen Siple, and Bill [...]

2018-08-11T00:00:02+00:00August 11th, 2018|Real Estate News|

How serious is Mayor Eric Garcetti about reinforcing sleeping on sidewalks ban?

That clarifies earlier statements he made Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Wednesday clarified his position on reinforcing the city’s ban on sleeping overnight on sidewalks, a 50-year-old law targeting homeless residents and homeless encampments. “I have no plans to do that anytime soon,” he told reporters, stepping back a bit from earlier comments he [...]

2018-08-08T23:26:15+00:00August 8th, 2018|Real Estate News|

What $399K buys around LA

We’ve got five condos to choose from Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA ’hoods. We’ve found five condos within $10,000 of today’s price: $395,000. Via Alin Glogovicean | Redfin Here’s a one-bedroom unit in a smaller 1950s complex in Franklin Village. [...]

2018-08-07T22:31:40+00:00August 7th, 2018|Real Estate News|

Cozy cottage in Beachwood Canyon seeking $839K

The 1920s home has tile floors and a built-in breakfast nook Tucked into a tiny lot in Beachwood Canyon, just below the windy streets of Hollywoodland, this charming little cottage is looking for a buyer. Built in 1926, the boxy 792-square-foot house has two bedrooms and a single bathroom, along with an airy living room [...]

2018-08-06T20:48:46+00:00August 6th, 2018|Real Estate News|