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John Bathurst Coastal Properties - Vista Sotheby's International Realty
John Bathurst Coastal Properties - Vista Sotheby's International Realty
John Bathurst Coastal Properties - Vista Sotheby's International RealtyApril 21st, 2018 at 2:50pm
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John Bathurst Coastal Properties - Vista Sotheby's International Realty
John Bathurst Coastal Properties - Vista Sotheby's International RealtyApril 21st, 2018 at 2:50pm
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John Bathurst Coastal Properties - Vista Sotheby's International Realty
John Bathurst Coastal Properties - Vista Sotheby's International RealtyApril 21st, 2018 at 2:50pm
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Case Study House No. 18 asking $10M in Pacific Palisades

Called West House, the 1948 residence was designed by Rodney Walker One of Los Angeles’s few remaining Case Study houses is looking for a new owner. Designed by Rodney Walker, Case Study House No. 18 (aka West House), was built in 1948 as part of the Case Study program, sponsored by Arts & Architecture. The influential series transformed modern architecture and helped make Los Angeles into an important center of postwar homebuilding and midcentury design style. This particular residenc...
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Glammed-up 1920s Mission-Revival in Glendale asking $1.8M

On a street-to-street lot with majestic views From the outside, this new listing in Glendale’s Adams Hill looks much the same as it did when it was built in 1924. Its insides, however, are quite a different story. The 3,060-square-foot home last traded hands for just $680,000 in December 2016. Since then, it’s been outfitted with new wood floors, new lighting, all-new bathrooms, and a new kitchen replete with stainless appliances, marble countertops, and a marble island. The house ...
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Is developer CIM Group planning a hotel in West Adams?

The 43-room hotel would have a ground-floor restaurant with a bar Busy developer CIM Group might be behind a proposed 43-room hotel in West Adams. The plans, filed with the city planning department earlier this year and discussed by the West Adams Neighborhood Council this week, call for a three-story hotel and a ground-floor restaurant with a bar to rise at 5170 West Adams Boulevard, just east of Adams and Redondo. The addresses listed in the filing correspond to two one-story commercial buil...
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What should Metro build through the Sepulveda Pass?

A train? A monorail? Metro is asking for feedback from residents on one of its most anticipated projects: a transit line through the Sepulveda Pass that would give thousands of commuters an alternative to the notoriously traffic-clogged 405. The agency is considering both a light rail and subway through the pass, and once mulled a rapid bus as well. In June, Mayor Eric Garcetti stirred the pot further, suggesting that a Disney-style monorail could be another good option. Though local officials a...
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Garcetti backpedals, proposes more modest increase in Vision Zero funding

The mayor announced $91M for the program earlier this week—but now he says that’s not quite right Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is proposing far less money for the city’s Vision Zero traffic safety program than what he announced earlier this week. The mayor told the Los Angeles Times that he “misspoke” Tuesday when he announced a huge increase in funding for the initiative aimed at eliminating traffic deaths by 2025. The mayor said he would set aside $91 million f...
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Los Angeles history 101

New to Los Angeles? Here are 13 defining moments in the city’s history Moving to a new city can be hard, especially an unwieldy, disjointed, sprawling metropolis like Los Angeles. One thing that helps ties all Angelenos together? Talking about things we know! We talk over long, unemployed brunches, over weekend hikes with our many dogs, and at industry dinner parties high in the hills, in midcentury mansions we cannot believe our co-workers can afford. When the city’s history comes...
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Renovated Craftsman with airy interiors seeks $799K in Pasadena

Built in 1911 This Pasadena Craftsman was built in 1911, but sports an airy interior that’s been carefully updated in recent years. Sitting on a 7,810-square-foot lot, the house is fronted by a grassy lawn and a covered front porch. In the back is a sizable deck and adjoining patio, along with a landscaped yard and a detached garage that includes space for an office. On the inside of the 1,786-square-foot residence are three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. Interior features include ...
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The complete list of Los Angeles destruction movies

Filmmakers love to destroy LA Whether out of convenience or laziness or a deeply-felt animosity for their hometown, filmmakers love fake-destroying Los Angeles. It just looks so right with flames leaping up every 20 blocks or so. Deadspin's The Concourse blog has done the very important statistical work on Hollywood’s on-screen destruction of American cities and found Los Angeles has been totaled only slightly less than New York (and that's counting “Gotham” and not counting o...
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Bel Air open house featuring runway models, ‘artisan sushi’ is busted up by cops

Runway models, champagne, and “artisan sushi” No longer the priciest listing in the United States, the Bel Air spec mansion known as “Billionaire” is nonetheless gaining plenty of attention from real estate professionals. An open house held Tuesday for brokers and luxury agents drew such an enormous crowd that the police shut down the event less than three hours in, as reported by the Real Deal. Agent Shawn Elliott of Nest Seekers International, who is listing the proper...
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Crossroads of the World development jumps forward with big change-up

The project once threatened the landmarked building, but will now incorporate it The development that would remake the area around Hollywood’s old-timey Crossroads of the World is moving forward, and its plans have been tweaked once more. A public hearing notice posted online Tuesday shows Harridge Development Group will now preserve and incorporate the newly landmarked The Hollywood Reporter building into its plans to erect hundreds of units of housing, a 308-room hotel, and 190,00 squa...
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