Tenants-Rights Protesters Scuffle With Apartment Owner Who Plans To Turn Building Into Hotel In HollywoodOutside a fundraiser in Hollywood, a protest ended with allegations of pushing and kicking.
Firefighters Battle Carport Blaze In Panorama CityThe fire -- burning on the 8300 block of N. Willis -- has engulfed at least six cars.
LA Considers Making Illegal Apartments Legal To Help Ease Housing CrisisA city official told Lopez that he had no idea how many apartments were operating without proper permits.
Police Investigate Possible Connection Of Recent Spike In Underground Parking BurglariesPolice are investigating whether a large number of recent burglaries from cars parked in underground parking structures may be related.
$170K Reward Offered in Da Vinci Apartments FireCity and federal officials Wednesday announced a $170,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the massive fire at a downtown apartment complex under construction.
Study: Rent Prices In LA, OC Counties To Increase Over 8 Percent Rents in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, already considered to be rather pricey, are expected to become more expensive.
Developers Turn Old Office Building Into High-End Lofts In Elysian ParkDevelopers have turned the old Metropolitan Water District headquarters in Elysian Park into high-end apartments.
Palms Apartment Residents Warned After Rash Of Home BurglariesMost of the targeted apartments had open or unlocked windows, authorities said.
2 Bodies Found In Separate Apartments In Venice BuildingLos Angeles police Monday were investigating the death of two people found dead in separate apartments in a building in Venice.
Residents Returning To Brentwood High-Rise After FireDozens of residents are being allowed back into a Los Angeles high-rise after a fire that displaced as many as 150.
Residents Of 51 Units Remain Displaced Days After Brentwood High-Rise FireApproximately 150 residents of a Brentwood residential high-rise remain displaced two days after a blaze ripped through an eleventh floor unit.