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Renovated 1970s split-level in Glendale asks $1.18M

The airy home has wood-paneled walls and soaring ceilings Located in northeastern Glendale, this late modern home has a swanky tree house vibe, with airy interiors, wood-paneled walls, and pitched ceilings. The 2,664-square-foot house was built in 1977 and has been thoroughly remodeled since it last sold earlier this year (for $950,000). The bathrooms have been redone with new fixtures and the kitchen has been outfitted with freshly installed counters and appliances. Wood floors run throughout ...
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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 East Hollywood that would ferry Dodger fans to the ballpark in about 4 minutes and at the cost of about $1. It’s unclear...
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Fashion District project with 379 apartments and retail gets OK from City Council

It could begin work next year The Los Angeles City Council today unanimously approved an eight-story building proposed for the Fashion District. The project at 11th and Main streets would bring 379 apartments (including 42 moderate-income units) and roughly 26,000 square feet of retail and office space on the ground floor. The building, designed by MVE+Partners, would have long balconies and a public central plaza, which would host outdoor dining. Developed by an LLC with connections to Jade ...
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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. On Tuesday, Metro announced 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 nation to purchase the scanners, which detect body heat and can rapidly identify objects hidden beneath clothing. Metro...
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AIDS Healthcare Foundation sues LA over Parker Center demolition

The nonprofit says the building should be turned into homeless housing The AIDS Healthcare Foundation is suing the city of Los Angeles over its plans to demolish Downtown LA’s Parker Center and replace it with an office tower for city employees. The organization’s president, Michael Weinstein, called the project a “flagrant waste of money” Wednesday, and argued that the city should instead convert the historic structure into housing for homeless residents. City officials ...
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What $1,850 rents in LA right now

Apartments from Echo Park to Westchester 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, $1,850. Vote for your favorite below. Via Zillow Right on Adams Boulevard in Adams-Normandie, this one-bedroom apartment features arched windows, a renovated kitchen with granite counters, and an updated bathroom. The 735-square-foot apartment als...
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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 itself and adjoining properties. It’s searching for firm to lease, operate, and build on the marina, which was upgraded in...
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Here’s what $950K buys around LA

From Santa Monica to South Pasadena 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 homes and condos within $10,000 of today’s price: $950,000. Via Tara Del Bosco, Sothebys International Realty We’ll start with a South Pasadena home that dates to 1902. Featuring two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the 1,422-square-foot residence boasts hardwood floors and an updated kit...
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Bird, Lime shut down in protest in Santa Monica

The two leading scooter companies might lose out on an exclusive contract to operate in the city Scooter startups Bird and Lime have temporarily deactivated their scooters within Santa Monica. The two micromobility companies dominate the Westside, but their scooter fleets are bricked today across Santa Monica in protest of the city’s move to limit the number of companies that can operate dockless vehicles there. On Friday, the city’s planning director revealed that ride-hailing comp...
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Cozy Spanish-style with stellar views asks $729K in Mount Washington

The two-bedroom home is surrounded by tall trees and gardens This hillside home in Mount Washington looks like a perfectly pleasant retreat, nestled among tall trees and terraced gardens. Built in 1933, the Spanish-style residence has just 945 square feet of living space, but it sits on more than half an acre of land, with steps leading down to the property from the street above. Featuring two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms, the house has airy interiors, with an updated kitchen that lead...
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