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Basketball star Dwyane Wade, who moved to L.A. after retiring from the NBA, has trimmed the price of his Miami Beach mansion to $29 million.
‘Claws’ actress Niecy Nash has sold her Bell Canyon home for $1.265 million, or $16,000 more than her asking price.
The Paul Williams-designed home in the Beverly Hills Post Office area has been home to Oscar-winning actor Jack Palance and director Stuart Rosenberg. It’s now back up for sale at $3.895 million.
Five-time Grammy Award winner Spike Stent has sold his Encino home for $2.65 million, the exact same price he paid for it in 2017.
City Century paid $121 million for the site across the street from L.A. Live with plans to build a $1-billion housing and retail complex called Olympia.
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The 1920s home has been modernized and updated by Interform Architecture.
The Georgian Colonial Revival-style home, built in 1940, was designed by architect-to-the-stars Paul R. Williams.
The Spanish-style house has beamed ceilings and arched doorways.
Former Dodger Jimmy Rollins has sold his home in Encino to Grammy winner Philip Lawrence for $10.55 million. Also sold or listed are the onetime Southampton home of Mel Brooks, the Bel-Air home of late novelist Judith Krantz, and the Tiburon estate of Robin Williams.
The kitchen allows for multitasking and family fun for the costar in Netflix’s stalker series “You.”
In the Montecito foothills, a contemporary-style estate features soaring ceilings, walls of windows and views of the mountains and ocean. Asking price: $4.999 million.
Built in 2015, the contemporary home spans 6,500 square feet with five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms across two stories.
Spanning five acres, the estate holds a 28,000-square-foot home, a two-bedroom guesthouse, a Suns-themed basketball court, a swimming pool and spa.
Designed by noted architect Richard Meier, the 18,500-square-foot mansion is a three-story combination of glass, stone and white oak.
The retirement community aimed at active LBGTQ seniors is set to break ground in January in Palm Springs.
  1. Stocks on Wall Street ended a wobbly Wednesday with modest gains, snapping a two-day losing streak for the Standard & Poor’s 500 index.
  2. San Diego’s Verogen is buying GEDmatch, a site that has been at the center of a controversy over police access to genetic information.
  3. To increase the Apple Mac Pro’s RAM memory to 1.5 terabytes costs $25,000. That still doesn’t include a display.
  4. Home Depot executives said organized criminals are stealing millions of dollars’ worth of goods from the chain and other retailers.
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  1. As the Supreme Court takes up a case on criminalizing homelessness, it’s worth considering the costs of incarceration verses providing rent and services.
  2. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has agreed to develop an plan to build more housing and to appoint someone from the private sector to oversee it.
  3. L.A. city officials won a key battle Thursday over a pair of local laws meant to ease the way for more housing for homeless people, defeating a challenge from a Venice group that sought to overturn the ordinances.
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