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Friday, July 7, 2020
One-bedroom in Arts District‚??s swanky Barker Block Lofts asks $799K
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 7, 2020 at 1:01 am ET

The spacious unit features hardwood floors and exposed brick walls

This one-bedroom unit is located in the Arts District‚??s fancy Barker Block condo complex‚??specifically in the Warehouse No. 1 wing, which opened in 2014.

Most of the units we‚??ve seen in the former furniture factory have a very industrial ... (more)


Thursday, July 6, 2020
LA oceanfront property: five homes right beside the beach
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 6, 2020 at 11:40 pm ET

From a sprawling Malibu pad to a surprisingly affordable condo in Long Beach

It‚??s hot out there and getting hotter. And with that in mind, let‚??s take a look at a few properties where refuge from the heat lies only a few steps away in the cool waters ... (more)


Chic, cabin-like Topanga mini-compound seeks $995K
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 6, 2020 at 10:15 pm ET

Those views!

This Topanga mini-compound, which dates back to 1926, is made up of two structures, each with Fleetwood sliding doors that open completely onto the decks and gardens on the property and allow for lovely, bucolic views.

One structure holds a wood-burning stove and a vast deck, ... (more)


Inside the Regional Connector tunnels under Bunker Hill
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 6, 2020 at 7:09 pm ET

5,120 feet dug, about 700 feet to go

A lot of the work on the Regional Connector project in Downtown Los Angeles happens underground, so it‚??s hard to keep track of just how much progress is happening without a little help. That‚??s where these new photos from Metro, ... (more)


Early plans for LA River-adjacent site include new walkways and kayaking spots
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 6, 2020 at 5:20 pm ET

The city purchased the 41-acre Taylor Yard parcel earlier this year

The city of Los Angeles is inching forward with ambitious plans to revitalize 11 miles of waterfront along the LA River, and new documents from the Bureau of Engineering reveal what some of the most immediate changes ... (more)


New renderings for Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza‚??s big redevelopment
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 6, 2020 at 4:45 pm ET

Nearly 1,000 residential units, plus office space and a hotel

A fleshed-out look at the long-running plan to redevelop the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza mall comes today via Los Angeles Planning Commission, which will consider the project at its meeting next week.

New renderings show off the residential ... (more)


How tech giants like Elon Musk can actually fix LA's transportation problems
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 6, 2020 at 4:00 pm ET

Tech innovators say they want to ease LA‚??s gridlock, but their solutions are often making it worse

‚??What if, instead of working together to outsmart traffic, we found a way to just get rid of it?‚?? claims the website of Waze Carpool, a new service that just launched ... (more)


Landscape artist asks $3.95M for funky Venice studio
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 6, 2020 at 2:31 pm ET

The grounds have served as his ‚??horticultural laboratory‚??

This unique Venice residence has served for many years as the studio of landscape artist Jay Griffith, and, as such, has functioned as a ‚??horticultural laboratory for decades,‚?? according to the listing.

The two-bedroom home was built in 1954 and is ... (more)


Forecast calls for record-breaking temperatures in Los Angeles (1 click)
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 6, 2020 at 2:05 pm ET

The Valley will sizzle with triple-digit temperatures on Friday and Saturday

Crank up the air conditioning, Los Angeles, because it‚??s about to get even warmer. Record-breaking temperatures are expected to grip the LA area over the next couple of days, bringing triple-digit heat and humidity to the region. ... (more)


Luxury townhomes in Ambassador Gardens
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 6, 2020 at 9:00 am ET

Old Town Pasadena‚??s finest address*
Upscale attached homes with private elevators, terraces*
300 W. Green Street, Pasadena | pasadenaperfected.com*

... (more)

LA bars could stay open longer if new state bill is approved
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 6, 2020 at 1:00 am ET

The bill is making its way through the legislature

Good news for night owls and surly East Coasters: A new bill making its way through the state legislature would give towns across California the ability to extend bar hours to 4:00 a.m.

Right now, 2:00 a.m. is last call ... (more)


Wednesday, July 5, 2020
Lovely one-bedroom condo near Central Library seeks $499K
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 8:10 pm ET

Lots of good food and nightlife in walking distance

Located in Downtown‚??s Financial District and just steps from the Central Library, this Library Court condo is in a great spot, with all the benefits of some great Downtown eateries and nightlife within walking distance.

Measuring an ample 710 ... (more)


Charming 1930s Spanish in Glendale seeks a buyer for $1.35M
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 7:28 pm ET

Highlights include original tile bathrooms

This 1931-built Spanish-style home in Glendale has seen a fair number of updates over the years, but retains many character-building vintage features.

Located in the El Miradero neighborhood just south of Brand Park, the home is situated on a 6,285-square-foot lot with a grassy ... (more)


LA Fireworks: Pictures from shows across the city
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 6:09 pm ET

Dozens of fireworks displays lit up Los Angeles last night

Plenty of pyrotechnics were on display last night in Los Angeles, as fireworks shows‚??both officially permitted and otherwise‚??lit up the night sky all across the city.

With dozens of shows spread across thousands of square miles, it‚??s probably ... (more)


Los Angeles City Hall: A video tour
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 5:51 pm ET

The dashing Art Deco structure is more than just a civic building

Los Angeles‚??s City Hall is a more than just a government building: It‚??s a major gathering place for the entire city that hosts everything from tributes to late celebrities (it hosted a purple-themed party when Prince ... (more)


Parking lot operator sues LA over LAX upgrades
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 3:32 pm ET

The upgrades would include the people mover that links up to light rail

A parking lot company that owns space near Los Angeles International Airport has filed a lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles over a host of comprehensive updates to the airport that are aimed ... (more)


Century City Freedom Sculpture unveiled on Santa Monica Boulevard median
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 2:31 pm ET

It‚??s best appreciated at ‚??30 to 40 miles per hour‚??

As crowds across Los Angeles celebrated Independence Day Tuesday, LA officials closed off a stretch of Santa Monica Boulevard between Avenue of the Stars and the Beverly Hills border in order to debut a new public art installation ... (more)


LA apartment rentals: What $2,050 rents you in LA right now
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 5, 2020 at 1:25 pm ET

Apartments in Silver Lake, Los Feliz, and Fairfax

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 rentals within $100 of today‚??s price: $2,050.

... (more)

Tuesday, July 4, 2020
Massive midcentury compound in Palm Springs asks $4.4M
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 4, 2020 at 1:34 am ET

Designed by Howard Lapham, it has two pools and plenty of personality

This truly unique Palm Springs residence, located in the city‚??s historic Movie Colony neighborhood, was built in 1966 by modern architect Howard Lapham.

Known for large, grandiose projects, Lapham also designed the Thunderbird Heights home now ... (more)


Monday, July 3, 2020
LA OKs Beverly Grove condo conversion over appeals from affordable housing advocates
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 3, 2020 at 11:47 pm ET

Tenant advocates said the project was approved using faulty vacancy data

After a contentious hearing Friday, the Los Angeles City Council voted to reject a pair of appeals from affordable housing advocates over a Beverly Grove project that will convert nine rent-controlled apartments into eight condominiums.

The appeals, filed ... (more)


Checking in on Metro‚??s Union Station bike hub
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 3, 2020 at 8:05 pm ET

The completed hub will have secure, 24-hour bike storage

Cyclists looking for more bike parking options at Union Station will have a cool new bike hub before the year is over. Metro began construction on the hub earlier this year, and it‚??s starting to take shape on the ... (more)


Beverly Crest midcentury modern with time capsule feel seeks $2.7M
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 3, 2020 at 7:01 pm ET

Pretty groovy

Designed by prominent Trousdale Estates architect Robert Skinner, this 1968 Beverly Crest residence features high, pitched ceilings and clerestory windows dotting the space, adding lots of light throughout the nearly 3,500-square-foot house.

From the street, the house has privacy thanks to a walled entryway and some ... (more)


Major affordable housing development underway in Exposition Park
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 3, 2020 at 5:21 pm ET

The Rolland Curtis Gardens project will replace a 48-unit complex with 140 new apartments

Construction has officially gotten underway at Rolland Curtis Gardens in the Exposition Park neighborhood, where developer Abode Communities is replacing a 48-unit complex with 140 affordable apartments.

Abode Communities announced that demolition of the former ... (more)


Curbed Los Angeles pocket guide: summer 2017 (1 click)
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 3, 2020 at 4:47 pm ET

26 essential LA places to visit, from well-known classics to new favorites

It's going to get hot this summer, but the sun and the warm days don't ever seem to deter people from taking advantage of LA's bevy of parks, mountains, and beaches, so our seasonal roundup of ... (more)


LA rental prices have spiked 5 percent in the last year
From Curbed Los Angeles - view blog entries - visit this blog
July 3, 2020 at 1:39 pm ET

That‚??s well above both national and statewide averages

Los Angeles rental prices have continued a steady upward climb over the past month, according to a new report from rental website Apartment List. Rents rose about half a percent in June and are now 5 percent higher than they ... (more)


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