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A judge has ruled that Airbnb, the popular online service that allows homeowners and apartment dwellers to offer their residences as temporary rentals, is illegal in New York City. The decision from the city’s Environmental Control Board found...
Apartment vacancies plunged in Hollywood during the last 12 months and rents increased as the neighborhood continued to rebound from the recession. But vacancies were still more plentiful in the Santa Clarita Valley, where former renters bought low-priced...
San Gabriel Councilman-elect Chin Ho Liao was the second highest vote-getter in the city's March elections, but his first time on the council dais last week was as a witness under cross-examination. The City Council voted not to seat Liao after resident...
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The head of the firm that wants to buy some of downtown Los Angeles' biggest skyscrapers is bullish about its long-stagnant office market. "We like the direction the market is heading and think it will be improving quarter over quarter." Dennis...
A showplace of the early automotive age in downtown Los Angeles a century ago is set to be revived by new owners who have ambitious plans to turn it into offices, a restaurant and a nightclub near L.A. Live. Long vacant, the stocky five-story building at...
PolitiCalSenate votes to prohibit landlords from requiring rent to be paid online....
We long for travel, but we long even more deeply for affordable travel. To that end, we asked industry experts to weigh in on budget travel: from getting there to eating there to staying there to choosing where to go. Amy Chen, online editor, Frommers....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAn American in Paris today may feel like the poet Rodolfo in the opera "La Bohème" — so romantic, so impoverished. A mediocre hotel room in the City of Light can cost $200 a night. Lunch can eat up $30. Summer transatlantic fares can run $2,000...
Question: My sister and her husband recently decided to end their marriage. He moved out of their apartment, which they had rented under a one-year lease, and filed for divorce. A few months later, he told my sister he couldn't afford his new place. He...
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Money & CompanyMosaic Apartments, a $21 million affordable housing project in the historic Pico Union area of Los Angeles, is set to open Thursday....
Money & CompanyA failed Hollywood condominium development that once symbolized the housing market collapse has been reborn as a $120-million upscale apartment and retail complex....
L.A. at HomeSusan Spano: Travel writer Susan Spano returns to New York after eight years on the road and has a happy reunion with belongings long held in storage. Her new mantra? For this world traveler, home is where the stuff is....
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