The U2 guitarist's "environmentally devastating" plan gets the kibosh after a years-long fight
Tenants' rights activists have won some big victories in L.A., but state-level reforms continue to flop
As L.A. Experiences Double-Digit Spikes in Homelessness, Officials Are Finally Saying We Need Tenant Protections
The results of the latest homeless count are in—and they’re grim
Could an "empty housing penalty" ease the region’s housing crisis?
Can fun chairs, fake grass, and communal pianos make the outdoor mall relevant again?
The so-called "MORE Homes Act" has been postponed, but will be eligible again in 2020
A neighborhood group has filed suit to oppose a planned parking structure
Chinatown tenants on the verge of being priced out of their apartment complex think so
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.
The fan palm guarding Exposition Park’s Figueroa Street entrance is a survivor of three replantings and a witness to more than 150 years of Los Angeles history. This is its story