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Things Just Keep Getting Worse at Office-Sharing Giant WeWork

The faltering startup is based in New York, but has a big footprint in L.A.
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Nike’s First Brick and Mortar Is Being Reopened—By Nike

The former storefront has become a community hub in Santa Monica
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Can a Bunch of New Co-Living Complexes Ease L.A.’s Housing Crisis?

Last month, rents rose faster than they have in over a decade. At least one developer is betting that dorms for adults are the solution.
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L.A.’s Real Estate Agents Go Virtual to Keep Coronavirus from Cooling the Market

As many Realtors call off open houses, the experience of home shopping will look a little different in the coming weeks

Fashion Designer James Perse Has Built an Empire Selling the California Dream

The self-professed “aesthetic junkie” has quietly branched out to real estate, dining, hospitality, and more
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The City of L.A. Has Millions to Help Bail Out Renters, but Demand Is Going to Be Sky High

A new program that will offer emergency rent subsidies for some at-risk residents starts accepting applications July 13
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Mohamed Hadid’s Unfinished Bel-Air Monster Mansion Has to Be Demolished

A judge called the unfinished behemoth at 901 Strada Vecchia Road a "danger to the public"
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Million Dollar Listing’s Fredrik Eklund Finds His L.A. Groove

The controversial co-star of the Bravo hit discovered his steamroller style didn't play, but he's quickly become versed in the rituals of the West Coast's upper crust
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Elon Musk Has Quietly Been Buying Up an Entire Cul-de-Sac in Bel-Air for Years

The Tesla billionaire claims to be cash poor, but he sure is rich in L.A. real estate
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When This L.A. Couple Bought Their Dream Home, They Also Bought a Yard Full of Cat Corpses

Zack Whedon and Eliza Clark didn’t know much about the previous owner of their Highland Park house—but the bags of bones served as clue