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Artist-designer Kim Gordon, known for her breezy bohemian projects in Venice, has listed a freshly renovated home in the Hollywood Hills for sale at $3.25 million.
Two homes tied to Reggie Bush — one in Pacific Palisades and one in Hollywood Hills — are currently on the market. Which is better?
Retired running back Ryan Mathews is asking $2.85 million for his three-story home in San Diego, where he spent five seasons with the Chargers.
James and Eleanor Randall, the philanthropists who bought the storied Liongate estate in Bel-Air four years ago, have sold a Malibu estate for $23.425 million.
Weeks after buying a Hollywood Hills mansion for $16.5 million, Rockstar Energy creator Russell Weiner is putting it back on the market for $27.995 million.
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The reimagined Midcentury Modern-style home sits on a quarter-acre lot in the Hollywood Hills.
The onetime Brentwood home of early film actor Tyrone Power sits behind gates on more than an acre of grounds.
Spanning three stories, the three-bedroom home boasts warm wood floors, a two-story living room and a lofted lounge with glass floors.
The three-story home features four bedrooms, five bathrooms and two rooftop decks — including one with a hot tub.
Built in 2015, the three-story mansion holds six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a movie theater, gym, wine cellar and massage room.
The orange-colored home holds three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, plantation shutters, motorized drapes and a 350-gallon custom fish tank.
The 11-acre ranch holds a 7,000-square-foot home, a barn, shed, horse stalls and fenced pastures.
Built in 2011, the two-story home spans over 6,000 square feet and sits just off Cedar Lake in southwest Minneapolis.
The Mediterranean-style home sits on more than half an acre of grounds in a guard-gated Calabasas community.
Alicia Keys has shelled out $20.8 million for La Jolla’s cutting-edge Razor House. Also: Jonah Hill, Alex Rodriguez and ‘Avengers’ director Anthony Russo.
The Midcentury Modern residence on nearly 40 acres in Escondido’s Hidden Meadows area is listed at $1.399 million.
The two-story charmer features a white-picket-fenced front yard and a tiered backyard with a custom-built gazebo, swimming pool, spa and private dock.
  1. Microsoft, the world’s largest software maker, said it will repurchase as much as $40 billion worth of shares in a new buyback program and boosted its quarterly dividend.
  2. Newsom’s signature on Assembly Bill 5 could mean more California workers would be considered employees eligible for workplace benefits.
  3. Bargainers at Ford and Fiat Chrysler are watching labor negotiations closely and hoping GM has an alternative proposal for reining in medical expenses.
  4. Diverging opinions on interest rates among the members of the Fed’s policymaking committee left some investors feeling uneasy about what the central bank may do next.
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  1. President Trump’s plan to get homeless people off L.A. streets is to eliminate layers of regulation to make it easier and cheaper to build more housing. But it’s too simple to link that approach with that of his liberal antagonists in California.
  2. Council President Herb Wesson says “anti-displacement zones” would cover the entire city of Los Angeles, but how they would work is far from clear.
  3. L.A. City Councilman John Lee has come out against a rare proposal to build homeless housing in his San Fernando Valley district. The debate follows a closely watched campaign that revolved, in part, around warring views of the homeless crisis.
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