[REAL ESTATE] West Adams Popular Among Investors

There were 31 single-family homes sold in The Ledger’s coverage area this September, a 26% decrease from the 42 homes sold in August, according to Core Logic, a real estate data analysis firm based...

CIM Traffic Analysis Not Ready

A traffic study expected in August by CIM regarding its proposed development of 87 housing units along two blocks of Wilshire Boulevard in Hancock Park is not ready, according to a spokesperson for the...

[HOUSE AND HOLMES]

Living in a 1926 Duplex creates the most interesting questions—and not the standard kind that can be solved by the tattooed guy at the Hollywood Home Depot. No, we save the big questions for...

[REAL ESTATE]

Southern California home sales in June were the highest for the month since 2006, according to Core Logic, a real estate research firm. The median price for a home in Southern California in June...

Famed Architect’s Victorian Offered: $5.8 Million

HANCOCK PARK—With the exception of special historical districts in Angelino Heights and West Adams, Los Angeles is nearly devoid of Victorian houses. Luckily, Hancock Park is home to one of L. A.’s rare examples...

Protesters Stop Mayor Twice During Apt Groundbreaking Speech

  LOS ANGELES–A lively protest by advocates for homeless and low-income people disrupted a posh groundbreaking ceremony for a $500 million luxury apartment project in downtown Los Angeles today, nearly drowning out Los Angeles...

[REAL ESTATE] Spring Time Market Slowdown?

It is not a good time to be a buyer looking for a single-family home in Koreatown. With high demand and low supply, home prices in the area have steadily increased. Anna Lee of...

[OXFORD SQUARE] Older Home Worries Beyond Pipes

In 2001, not long after we bought our 1911 Arts and Crafts bungalow, a journalist friend emailed us a story from the Los Angeles Times archive. Dated October 28, 1954, the headline read: “Woman...