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1916 L.A. Craftsman With Vintage Two-Person Trailer in the Backyard Asks $749K

1916 L.A. Craftsman With Vintage Two-Person Trailer in the Backyard Asks $749K Location: Vermont Square, Los Angeles Built in 1916, this slate-colored bungalow at 1825 West 42nd Place sits squarely in Vermont Square on a block lined with mostly Craftsman-style homes. It’s a five-minute drive west to Leimert Park’s Village Plaza, once called “the Black

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No, the Pandemic Is Not Emptying Out America’s Cities

No, the Pandemic Is Not Emptying Out America’s Cities Over the weekend, the New York Times published a story about how there are bidding wars for homes in tristate area suburbs, and how urban apartment dwellers (especially those with kids) are worried about the uncertainties of living in crowded cities come winter.  

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Curbed LA is Closing

Curbed LA Is Closing Dear readers, hate-readers, and vicious commenters, Googie. ” Greenmailing.” NIMBYs. (So many NIMBYs!) Ugly buildings. Beautiful buildings. Maps. Maps. Maps. Renderings. Filming locations. Earthquakes. Wildfires. Beyoncé’s house. Jeff Bezos’s house. Regular people’s houses. Haunted houses. Walk more, drive less. Seriously, though: Drive less. Trailblazing architects and groundbreaking designers. Travel. Conspiracies.  

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What to know about gentrification before buying a house in LA

What to know about gentrification before buying a house in Los Angeles No Los Angeles house hunting story would be complete without mentioning gentrification. At the center of this hot-button issue is Boyle Heights, and not far from it is South LA-one of the neighborhoods where my husband and I searched for a home in

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Where you can go, what you can do in LA amid coronavirus outbreak

Where you can go, what you can do in LA amid coronavirus outbreak Life in Los Angeles has sputtered to a halt as COVID-19 curbs the way Angelenos get around-and the places they visit. There’s no curfew and the region has not entirely shut down, but residents across the county have been told to venture

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Banks will waive mortgage payments for California homeowners, governor says

Banks will waive mortgage payments for California homeowners, governor says With millions of Californians temporarily out of work, Gov. Gavin Newsom today announced that four of the nation’s five largest financial institutions have agreed to give residents of the state a little extra time to repay missed home mortgage payments. Newsom said that he had

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Costa Hawkins: the California law renters want repealed, explained

The California law renters want repealed, explained For for first the time in history, California is implementing rent control statewide. But it has an old law on the books that curbs how individual cities and counties implement rent control at the local level. California’s 1995 Costa Hawkins Rental Housing Act sets limits on the kind

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The best things to do in LA this winter

Things to do in Los Angeles: 26 best attractions Explore LA’s impressive architecture, must-see art exhibits, and outdoor attractions Welcome to Curbed LA’s city guide, a seasonally updated map of 26 essential things to do in Los Angeles. Los Angeles winters are famously mild, ​which means there’s nothing keeping you in the house. Venture out

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