Los Angeles Times

Tim Logan

Writer

Tim Logan left the Los Angeles Times in 2015; he previously covered housing and residential real estate. He joined The Times after seven years as a business writer at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, where he covered urban development, the regional economy and the beer industry, among other things. He has also worked at newspapers in New York and Indiana and is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame. 

Recent Articles

  • St. Louis pitches new stadium plan to keep the Rams

    St. Louis pitches new stadium plan to keep the Rams

    St. Louis struck back in its bid to keep the Rams, unveiling plans for a new downtown stadium that civic leaders here hope will persuade team owner Stan Kroenke and NFL executives the footloose franchise should stay put. A panel appointed by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon laid out plans Friday for a 64,000-seat...

  • Rent growth in Southern California slows in fourth quarter

    Rent growth in Southern California slows in fourth quarter

    Southern California's red-hot rental market cooled down a bit at the end of 2014 as more new apartment buildings opened. Rents in Los Angeles County climbed a relatively modest 2.5% in the fourth quarter, compared with the same time a year earlier, according to new figures out Tuesday from real...

  • Inglewood NFL stadium plan is no guarantee Rams will come to L.A.

    Inglewood NFL stadium plan is no guarantee Rams will come to L.A.

    The fitful two-decade effort to return an NFL team to Los Angeles seemed to reach a watershed moment this week with one NFL owner's proposal to build a stadium in Inglewood. But the initiative has done nothing to dim the hopes of others claiming that they can make the best home for pro football...

  • As Rams owner eyes L.A. stadium, St. Louis readies pitch to keep team

    As Rams owner eyes L.A. stadium, St. Louis readies pitch to keep team

    As St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke launches a plan to build a Los Angeles football stadium, Missouri officials are preparing their own effort to keep the team. Two business leaders appointed by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon are set soon to unveil a proposal for a new stadium for the Rams, to be located...

  • Many buyers no longer see marriage as prerequisite to a mortgage

    Many buyers no longer see marriage as prerequisite to a mortgage

    In more than two decades as a real estate agent, Marc Tahler has seen his client base of would-be buyers shift. He used to see a lot of younger couples, married, maybe with a kid in tow or one on the way. Lately, though, his buyers are trending a little older, and, kid or no, a lot fewer of them...

  • Buoyed by Silicon Beach, Westchester enjoys a housing surge

    Buoyed by Silicon Beach, Westchester enjoys a housing surge

    When Regina Freidin first moved to Westchester about 15 years ago, it wasn't exactly her first choice. Her husband had grown up in the quaint, suburban neighborhood just north of LAX and wanted to move back. She grew up in the San Fernando Valley and had in mind someplace more trendy. They had...

  • Case-Shiller Index points to stability in housing market at year's end

    Case-Shiller Index points to stability in housing market at year's end

    Home prices are ending the year on a stable note, according to new data out Tuesday morning. The Case-Shiller Index -- which tracks prices nationwide and in 20 major cities - reported prices grew 4.6% in October compared to a year earlier. That's the slowest pace since September 2012, but one which...

  • Highland Park renters feel the squeeze of gentrification

    Highland Park renters feel the squeeze of gentrification

    Vanny Arias isn't sure how much longer she'll be able to stay in the neighborhood where she's lived all her life. The last few years, she's watched the changes sweep through Highland Park. "Newcomers" who spend $600,000 on a fully rehabbed Craftsman house. Trendy record stores and vintage boutiques...

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