The move was spurred by concerns that the Army Corps of Engineers’ World War II-era channels, including a lush soft-bottom stretch of the Los Angeles River between Griffith Park and downtown, have not been adequately maintained because of dwindling federal funds, county officials said Sunday.
Reacting to a rising alarm that homeless housing is costing too much and taking too long to build, the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday approved a 0 million pilot seeking proposals to build 1,000 units in two years. Click on image for article.
A rail transit project has serious momentum in Los Angeles, offering a potentially game changing alternative to the notoriously jammed commute on Interstate 405 over the Sepulveda Pass. Click on image for source article.
LA is a city of concrete. From Frank Lloyd Wright’s modernist mansions to Rudolph Schindler’s tilted houses, architects working there have embraced the material. A new map by Blue Crow Media shows some lesser-known structures are just as striking. Click on image for article.
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