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The social media giant takes 260,000 square feet at The Brickyard. January 05, 2019, 10:00AMSteven Sharp 11 Comments After a half-year of rumors, it’s official: Facebook is expanding its office presence in Playa Vista. Last week, The Commercial Observer reported that the Menlo… Read More

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Two years after leasing the massive—and historic—Spruce Goose hangar in Playa Vista, Google will finally move into the neighborhood this fall, according to the planned community’s corporate website. The tech giant leased the 319,000-square-foot hangar in 2016, just five years after moving into Frank Gehry’s… Read More

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The median sale price of $549,000 is nearly equal to the pre-recession peak BY ELIJAH CHILAND  APR 25, 2017, 12:34PM PDT Photo by David McNew/Getty Images Feeling nostalgic for 2007? Well, if you’re a homebuyer, it will be easy to recreate the magic, with median home prices in Los Angeles County… Read More

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‘Accessory Dwelling Units’ Can Be Attached or Separate from Main House Thursday, April 27, 2017 by DENNIS ALLEN California is facing a severe housing shortage. One solution is to encourage greater housing density, but such a strategy often generates heated exchanges between neighbors, especially among… Read More

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Your guide to the best Christmas events and activities in L.A., from tree lightings to holiday performances By Michael JulianoPosted: Tuesday November 15 2016 Photograph: Courtesy Los Angeles Ballet You won’t find snow-covered trees and below-zero temperatures in LA, but there are still plenty of Christmas events and holiday activities… Read More

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16 Modern Entertaining Tools to Use and Give This Holiday Season By Paige Alexus and MyDomaine – November 21, 2016 We’re handing the mic over to our friends at MyDomaine to gather some of the season’s must-haves for entertaining friends and family over these busy weeks. When you’re shopping for modern, functional gifts—whether… Read More

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Median price for a one-bedroom: $1,910 BY ELIJAH CHILAND OCT 3, 2016, 2:38PGraphics courtesy Apartment List Those who got excited about a report last month showing that Los Angeles rents actually dropped off between July and August are in for a letdown this month. An analysis of pricing data from Apartment Listshows… Read More