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Daily Archives: September 24, 2015

Mt. Washington Mid-Century landmark sells for $1.35m; Lincoln Heights artist loft goes for under $500k & more

The Eastside was L.A.'s most competitive housing market in August, with the typical home selling in about two weeks and the majority of homes selling for above the asking price, according to a recent report from Redfin. Prices are still climbing on the Eastside as well. As of August, the median sale price in Highland Park was $592,000. To put this in perspective, it was just $365,000 in August of 2013. Read More »

LAPD seeks help on Lincoln Heights murder; East L.A. store manager accused of peeping on customers; Frank Gehry takes on L.A. River critics

MORNING REPORT: Police are asking the public for any information about the killing of 17-year-old Adrian Shije, who was shot multiple times on Sept. 20 on Barranca Street in Lincoln Heights .... The manager of an East Los Angeles Dollar Tree store was arrested after allegedly hiding a cell phone in the store's restroom to film a female customer .... Architect Frank Gehry said that the L.A. River activists who have expressed concerns about his river masterplan should "grow up" and need to be "worker bees, not complaining bees." Read More »