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  • After third year, some wins, but challenges ahead for Emanuel

    After third year, some wins, but challenges ahead for Emanuel
    There was something missing as Mayor Rahm Emanuel spoke on the Far Northwest Side in March to offer an explanation on what City Hall was doing about the roads after a winter that "left nothing but potholes and pockmarks throughout the city of Chicago."...
  • Art deco Hollywood Citizen News building is sold

    Art deco Hollywood Citizen News building is sold
    The former home of the Hollywood Citizen News newspaper, now an office building, has been sold for more than $14.5 million to Los Angeles investor SE Edinger. Brentwood Capital Partners sold the two-story building at 1545 Wilcox Ave., said real estate...
  • Office tower, apartment complex being built near Pasadena Playhouse

    Two major developments with 1920s appearances — an office tower and a luxury apartment complex — are under construction in the once-sleepy neighborhood around the venerable Pasadena Playhouse theater. With a combined value of $125 million,...
  • Meet the next building that will try to blow Silicon Valley's mind

    Meet the next building that will try to blow Silicon Valley's mind
    The architectural renaiassance in Silicon Valley seems to be still gathering steam. In a region not known for its notable buildings, tech companies and developers now seem intent on changing the region's drab image.  The latest entry in the valley's...
  • Downtown bridge that would let tenants bypass homeless approved

    Downtown bridge that would let tenants bypass homeless approved
    The Los Angeles City Council voted Friday to let a downtown developer install a pedestrian bridge over Temple Street, which had been sought as a way to protect tenants from homeless people who live nearby. On an 11-0 vote, the council allowed...
  • L.A. Council OKs controversial pedestrian bridge over Temple Street

    L.A. Council OKs controversial pedestrian bridge over Temple Street
    The Los Angeles City Council on Friday approved a controversial downtown pedestrian bridge that a developer said was needed to protect his tenants from homeless people living nearby. Developer Geoffrey H. Palmer sought permission to build an elevated...
  • Landlord can't charge extra for support animal

    Question: I run a rental property that has a "no pets" policy. I have a tenant who has made a reasonable-accommodation request to have a companion dog. I understand that I need to let her have her dog, because companion animal support dogs are not pets....
  • Shelly Sterling hopes to keep ownership of the Clippers

    Shelly Sterling hopes to keep ownership of the Clippers
    Los Angeles Clippers co-owner Shelly Sterling said Wednesday that she believes she is legally entitled to maintain ownership of the NBA team and will attempt to do so, even as the pro basketball league pushes to remove her husband from the team he has...
  • Washington man charged in alleged rental scam

    Washington man charged in alleged rental scam
    Police say Ronald Pierzowski placed ads, showed an apartment, and accepted rental deposits for a condominium in an unincorporated area near Des Plaines. But there was one problem, authorities said: He had no authority to rent the condo. Pierzowski, 29,...
  • Petitioners seek action on rehab homes

    A Costa Mesa group is pushing for greater City Hall action to address problems associated with rehabilitation homes in residential areas, though city officials counter that some assertions in its petition are false and not all of the demands are legally...
  • Darien law seeks to deter crime at apartment buildings

    Darien law seeks to deter crime at apartment buildings
    Darien aldermen have implemented a new ordinance to deter criminal activity from occurring at apartment buildings. At a city council meeting on March 3, aldermen approved the ordinance 5-2 with Aldermen Joerg Seifert and Joe Kenny voting against the...