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Monthly Archives: July 2015

Battle over Los Feliz convent heads to court; Boyle Heights council backs 49-unit affordable housing complex

MORNING REPORT: The sale of a Los Feliz convent by a group of nuns to Silver Lake businesswoman Dana Hollister is probably invalid, said a Superior Court Judge. However, singer Katy Perry, who agreed to buy the same property from the L.A. Archdiocese, may have to wait months or perhaps years before the court battle is resolved .... The Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council voted to back plans for a five-story, 49-unit affordable housing complex next to El Mercado at First and Lorena Streets Read More »

Craftsman in the heart of Los Feliz Village

Step into this charming Craftsman in the heart of Los Feliz Village and you will immediately feel at home. Blending vintage touches with modern finishes, this 1,371sf move-in ready home features a light-filled living room with fireplace surrounded by built-in seating, a spacious dining room and kitchen that opens to a grassy backyard. Read More »

Blaze breaks out in Historic Filipinotown; police looking for Temple Street robbery suspects; City Council bans vending in parks

MORNING REPORT: Firefighters extinguished a blaze that broke out Wednesday night in a vacant restaurant near the 100 block of N. Rosemont Avenue in Historic Filipinotown .... Police have released photos of the armed suspects who held up the ARCO gas station at Temple and Alvarado streets .... The man who was bludgeoned to death in Highland Park on Monday has been identified as 54-year-old Jose Miguel Valencia .... The City Council reinstated a ban on unpermitted food and merchandise vendors in city parks and beaches Read More »