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L.A. home sales surged to a record high in the first quarter, as buyers chose “pandemic amenities” in Malibu, as well as Downtown condos. (iStock)

LA homebuying hits record high in Q1

First-quarter home sales hit a record high in Los Angeles, continuing a months-long run of strong demand. Buyers snapped up 1,693 homes across Westside and Downtown L.A. in the first three months of the...

LA homebuying hits record high in Q1
Relevant Group’s Richard Heyman and Grant King with a rendering of the project (Gensler via Urbanize)

Relevant Group plans 331-unit apartment in Downtown LA

Relevant Group has filed plans for a 331-unit apartment building in Downtown Los Angeles, the firm’s first new project...

Relevant Group plans 331-unit apartment in Downtown LA
Claridge Properties CEO Ricardo Pagan and renderings of the Angels Landing project

Covid may delay but won’t stop Angels Landing: Developer

It’s possible the pandemic could delay the 1.26 million-square-foot Angels Landing project slated for Downtown Los Angeles, and the...

Covid may delay but won’t stop Angels Landing: Developer
Malibu led the way in nearly every metric, according to Douglas Elliman's fourth quarter report. (iStock)

LA housing market’s hot Q4 caps rollercoaster year

The Los Angeles housing market stayed hot for the final three months of 2020, capping off a wild, treacherous...

LA housing market’s hot Q4 caps rollercoaster year
Wei Huang, Jose Huizar and a rendering of the 77-story tower at 333 S. Figueroa Street (Shenzhen New World Group, Getty)

Huizar-linked Chinese developer sued by construction contractor

A planned 77-story downtown tower at the center of Jose Huizar’s criminal trial is also subject to a lawsuit...

Huizar-linked Chinese developer sued by construction contractor
Eric Garcetti’s administration wants to encourage downtown development by axing parking requirements.

To build more housing downtown, LA wants to kill the car

Los Angeles is synonymous with cars, but the city’s Planning Commission wants to get rid of required parking spaces...

To build more housing downtown, LA wants to kill the car
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