2018 in Real Estate: Mega project next to Echo Park, celebrity deals; market cooling off & more

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A $600 million residential and commercial project planned next to Echo Park. Marc Maron sells his Highland Park home while Lana Del Rey buys in Elysian Heights. And there are more signs of a cooling market. Here are some of the top and most interesting Eastside real estate stories we covered in 2018.

A closer look at what’s planned for Echo Park’s big and flashy new neighbor

Boutique hotel coming to Silver Lake sooner than expected

5 things East L.A. tenants and landlords need to know about new rent control rules

Plans revealed for 100-unit Figueroa Street condo project near Cypress Park

WTF! Marc Maron sells his Highland Park house for $171,000 over the asking price

Figueroa Street buildings — including Frank’s Camera — sold for $23.25 million

A 920-unit residential project raises concern among Solano Canyon residents

Singer Lana Del Rey pays $1.178 million to become Elysian Heights’ newest homeowner

Former Silver Lake Texaco station to be restored but moved out of the neighborhood

Children’s Hospital L.A. purchases East Hollywood Vons property as it prepares for future growth

Artist builds a towering statement in East Hollywood — “I want to add more art to my neighborhood”

An Angeleno Heights Victorian and piece of L.A. Jewish history just sold for $1.42 million

What looks like a giant cheese grater is Echo Park’s newest apartment building

Walnut Canyon development moves ahead as Glassell Park residents seek to preserve it as open space

Plans to build housing on Lincoln Heights parking lots stir up opposition

Home sales continue to slow in October as buyers adopt a wait-and-see attitude

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