Former colleagues and associates shared fond memories today of longtime Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge, whose enthusiasm for the city and seemingly endless knowledge of its history earned him the nickname "Mr. Los Angeles."
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A round up the latest real estate news.
Renderings are now available on Urbanize of the four residential units that could replace a single family home at 3566 N Eagle Rock Blvd. Two 3-story duplexes would replace a 1-bathroom/1-bedroom home that was built in 1921.
A California Craftsman on Ave. 53 turns out to have been used as a location for a couple of productions in the horror genre, Variety reported. Some parts of "Insidious: Chapter 2" were filmed there, and it showed up in the second season of “Aquarius,” as the residence of a serial killer. The 4-bedroom/2-bathroom dates back to 1908. Variety notes that it listed for rent last year at $4,500 a month.
Nick Kroll, co-creator of the Netflix animated series “Big Mouth,” has listed his restored Spanish Colonial for about $2.35 million, Variety reported. That's nearly 60% more than he paid ($1.456 million) in 2012 for the 4-bedroom/2.5 bathroom on Tica Drive. Kroll has already bought his next home: A 5-bedroom/5-bathroom compound that's also Spanish-style, and also in Los Feliz.
Actor Michael Angarano has listed his 3-bedroom/2-bathroom "treehouse"-type home for about $1.4 miliion, Variety reported. dating back to 1924, the hillside bungalow on Carnation Avenue is largely hidden by foliage, Variety said. Angarano has owned the home since 2015, when it was bought for $1.09 million.
Director Lulu Wang (“The Farewell”) and her partner, filmmaker Barry Jenkins (“If Beale Could Talk”) have bought a $5.1 million home from Netflix executive Melissa Cobb, Variety reports. The 3,200-square-foot, 4-bedroom/3-bathroom East Coast traditional occupies about half an acre, high on a hill near John Lautner’s Silvertop compound on Micheltorena Street.
Sequestered in prime Los Feliz, this striking Spanish is a vision of old world elegance and romance. The end-of-cul-de-sac location north of the boulevard affords privacy with a sense of glamour, a love letter to LA’s history.
Constant cleaning. Reduced hours. More anxiety. It's been like this for more than half a year now, as Eastside businesses struggle under pandemic restrictions and rules, holding their collective breaths until all this is over.
Los Feliz -- Firefighters watched for hot spots this morning from a brush fire that burned about an acre near Griffith Park last night before being extinguished in a little over an hour.
Perched above the street in the desirable Franklin Hills of Los Feliz, this artfully remodeled home is a harmony of inspiring design and connectivity to nature.
Los Feliz -- John Borghetti of Trattoria Farfalla shares his experience owning his first restaurant and his secret for making a favorite pasta marinara dish.
The Autry Museum of the American West announced today that current President and CEO W. Richard West Jr. will retire next June and be succeeded by UCLA history professor Stephen Aron, who was the founding executive director of the Institute for the Study of the American West at the Autry.
More than 3,500 LADWP customers in El Sereno, Los Feliz and Montecito Heights were without power early this evening after a fierce heat wave sent temperatures into the triple digits with no relief in sight until early next week.
Los Feliz - A bartender at Ye Rustic Inn is suing the city of Los Angeles and an LAPD detective, alleging she was wrongfully arrested as an assault suspect in 2019 merely because she had green hair like the actual perpetrator.
Los Feliz - Residents are upset after they said police let a driver walk away without a sobriety test after he crashed into three parked cars, CBS LA reported.
Los Feliz - Tropicalia on Hillhurst Avenue is closing for two or three months, as the business adapts itself to pandemic conditions, according to the owner, John Borghetti.
In this issue of Real Estate Monday: A developer wants to transform a Boyle Heights senior living complex into apartments. A nonprofit devoted to Native Americans is moving from Downtown to Echo Park. And a venture capitalist has paid $8.3 million for the Van Griffith Estate.
Los Feliz - Construction has moved on to the fourth floor of the large apartment complex now rising at the busy intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Hillhurst Avenue. Framing for the third story looks complete for the new 202-unit "City Lights" project.
In this issue of Real Estate Monday: Show-runner Nick Kroll emerged as the victor in a bidding war for a Los Feliz estate. A 5-story mixed-use project is coming to Figueroa Street. And L.A. County will look at lease a strip of land under transmission towers for an East L.A. park.
Los Feliz -- A virtual grand opening is planned this morning for A Bridge Home facility near Griffith Park that will provide temporary shelter for homeless people as they await permanent housing.
Los Feliz -- The neighborhood library is closed during the pandemic. But you don't have to wait for it to reopen to check out the award-winning "All in a Day." Instead, just walk down Vermont and Hillhurst avenues to find oversized pages of the book displayed on shop windows.
Tucked away in the desirable Franklin Hills of Los Feliz, this charming Spanish-style home offers a wonderful sense of privacy and blissful views.
City Attorney Mike Feuer announced today that his office won two cases related to the establishment of two homeless shelters, including a 100-bed facility now nearing completion in Los Feliz.
Los Feliz - Burglars smashed in the front door glass of the historic Vista Theater on Sunset and attempted to steal money from the cash register shortly before the July 4 weekend, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
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- Highland Park gang shooting leaves one dead
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- All Signs Point to Homes in Silver Lake and Elysian Valley
- Chicano muralist prepares to restore his City Terrace landmark
- Silver Lake hardware store expands into Highland Park
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