Sun Valley housing project offers stability to homeless families in LAUSD
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Sun Valley, CA - April 10: Anica Rubana poses for a portrait with her daughter Faith Leon, 3, at Sun King Apartments, a housing project created for homeless families with LAUSD students to improve their daily lives in a common area on Wednesday, April 10, 2024 in Sun Valley, CA. (Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times) (Dania Maxwell/Los Angeles Times) Sun Valley housing project offers stability to homeless families in LAUSD Anthony De Leon April 16, 2024 Nestled in the working-class community of Sun Valley stands a bright red and white four-story cube building, which dramatically contrasts with ..read more
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Controversial landlord wants to buy six more troubled Skid Row properties
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Los Angeles, CA - February 14: (**NOTE: This image is to be used for a specific story by Liam Dillon.) The Baltimore Hotel is located on the corner of 5th Street and Los Angeles Street on Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2023, in Los Angeles, CA. The Baltimore Hotel is another single-room occupancy (SRO) building owned by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times) (Francine Orr/Los Angeles Times) Controversial landlord wants to buy six more troubled Skid Row properties California Politics Liam Dillon April 16, 2024 A half dozen homeless housing properties that are owned by a failed ..read more
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Jimmy Kimmel sells his vintage home in Hollywood Hills
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Late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has sold his home in the Hollywood Hills for $2,178,200. (P.J. McMullan / Inset: Associated Press) Jimmy Kimmel sells his vintage home in Hollywood Hills Lauren Beale Oct. 22, 2014 Jimmy Kimmel of late-night television has sold his home in Hollywood Hills for $2,178,200. The Hollywood Regency-style house, built in 1947 and updated, sits on a knoll with views that take in the Griffith Observatory, the Hollywood sign and the surrounding hillsides. A path that leads to the front door crosses over a water element. Inside, vintage details include a floor-to ..read more
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L.A. cuts tentative deal to provide $15 million to spare Chinatown tenants from steep rent hikes
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LOS ANGELES, CA- APRIL 12: The Los Angeles City Council appears to be working on a deal to rescue the tenants living at Hillside Villa (foreground) in Chinatown in Los Angeles, CA where dozens of renters had been facing steep rent increases. Photographed on Friday, April 12, 2024. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times) (Myung J. Chun/Los Angeles Times) L.A. cuts tentative deal to provide $15 million to spare Chinatown tenants from steep rent hikes L.A. Politics ,Homepage News David Zahniser April 13, 2024 Residents who have been fighting huge rent increases at a Chinatown apartment complex cou ..read more
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Builders may fight 'impact fees' that fund municipal projects in California, Supreme Court rules
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The Supreme Court is seen on the first day of the new term, in Washington, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) (ASSOCIATED PRESS) Builders may fight 'impact fees' that fund municipal projects in California, Supreme Court rules David G. Savage April 12, 2024 The Supreme Court ruled Friday that developers and home builders in California may challenge the fees commonly imposed by cities and counties to pay for new roads, schools, sewers and other public improvements. The justices said these impact fees may be unconstitutional if builders and developers are forced to pay an unf ..read more
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Downtown L.A. is hurting. Frank Gehry thinks arts can lead a revival
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LOS ANGELES, CA- APRIL 06: A pedestrian walks past Walt Disney Concert Hall on a sunny, spring morning on Saturday, April 6, 2024 in Los Angeles, CA. More sunshine and warmer temperatures are expected in the coming days. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times) (Myung J. Chun/Los Angeles Times) Downtown L.A. is hurting. Frank Gehry thinks arts can lead a revival Roger Vincent April 12, 2024 With two major expansions of downtown Los Angeles cultural institutions in the works, Bunker Hill is primed to elevate its status as the region's leading arts center even as the area around it struggles with ..read more
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MMA fighter Royce Gracie sells Torrance home for over the asking price
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(Redfin.com | Inset: Getty Images) MMA fighter Royce Gracie sells Torrance home for over the asking price Neal J. Leitereg June 7, 2017 After sparring with potential buyers for the better part of two months, mixed martial arts fighter Royce Gracie has sold his home in Torrance for $1.61 million. Thats $15,000 above the asking price and roughly $1.2 million more than what Gracie paid for the South Bay property in 1995. Built in 1949 and since remodeled, the single-story house has beamed ceilings, refinished hardwood floors and a fireplace in the family room. Skylights and walls of windows brin ..read more
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All-cash offers, wealthy buyers push Southern California home prices to a record
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Los Angeles, CA - October 11: A complex of homes on Benton Way is seen for sale in Silverlake on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022 in Los Angeles, CA. (Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times) (Dania Maxwell/Los Angeles Times) All-cash offers, wealthy buyers push Southern California home prices to a record Andrew Khouri April 11, 2024 Southern California home prices hit a record in March amid sky-high mortgage interest rates, a combination thats creating the most unaffordable housing market in a generation. The average for the six-county region reached $869,082 in March, according to Zillow. That's up 9% fr ..read more
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California spent billions on homelessness without tracking if it worked
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A woman gathers possessions to take before a homeless encampment was cleaned up in San Francisco, Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2023. Cities across the U.S. are struggling with and cracking down on tent encampments as the number of homeless people grows, largely due to a lack of affordable housing. Homeless people and their advocates say sweeps are cruel and costly, and there arent enough homes or beds for everyone. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) (Jeff Chiu / Associated Press) California spent billions on homelessness without tracking if it worked California Politics Mackenzie Mays April 9, 2024 California has f ..read more
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NFL legend Joe Montana lists wine country ranch for $3.1 million
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NFL legend Joe Montana lists wine country ranch for $3.1 million Jack Flemming June 25, 2019 San Francisco 49ers legend Joe Montana is sizing up a sale outside the Bay Area. His 87-acre ranch in the wine country hot spot of Calistoga is on the market for $3.1 million, records show. Hes owned the estate for two decades, buying it for $1.8 million in 1998 three years after retiring from a Hall of Fame career that saw him win four Super Bowl titles and two MVP awards. Reached by a gated bridge, the double-parcel property sits down the road from his main residence in the area: a 500-acre ranch wit ..read more
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