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Will the City Hall Corruption Scandal Doom a Massive DTLA Development?

Officials are seeking to revoke permits for an L.A. Live-adjacent megaproject that City Attorney Mike Feuer has called ”a product of corruption”
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Echo Park’s Taix Restaurant to Become 170 Apartments, the Developer’s Latest Plans Show

The Echo Park landmark could undergo some big changes in the coming years
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Will Doing Away with Parking Minimums Be Good for DTLA?

The idea is to make development cheaper and encourage people to use greener modes of transport—but will that be the case?
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Business Interests Just Spent a Record-Breaking Pile of Dough Lobbying City Agencies

Developers and other big-money entities dropped $18.1 million in the second quarter alone
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Amid L.A.’s Housing Crisis, Developers Are Demolishing Affordable Homes to Build Upscale Hotels

As hotel-driven displacement surges, tenants' advocates are pushing the #HomesNotHotels movement
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Historic Taix French Restaurant in Echo Park May Become a Mixed-Use Development

The Echo Park landmark could undergo some big changes in the coming years
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Amoeba’s Owners Don’t Want Their Hollywood Building to Become a Landmark

The music store’s owners claim the lawsuit would hurt their business, rather than help
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A First Look at the Clippers’ New Inglewood Arena

The 26-acre complex is scheduled to open in 2024—but not everyone's looking forward to it

Environmental Groups Are Suing to Stop Fragile Grasslands from Becoming a Planned City

The lawsuit is just the latest chapter in a decades-long debate over the 6,700-acre Centennial development

The Hollywood Target Is Finally Being Finished—and It’s Good News for Pedestrians

In a city dotted with construction projects, people traveling on foot often get short shrift