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  • Waverton plan moves ahead, but TIF request delayed

    Waverton plan moves ahead, but TIF request delayed
    While Elmhurst City Council members Monday approved conditional use and zoning variation requests needed to redevelop the former Waverton Hotel property, a vote on a request for up to $500,000 in tax increment financing (TIF) assistance was delayed at the...
  • Support shown for expanding State Street special tax district

    Support shown for expanding State Street special tax district
    Some of the Loop's heavy hitters turned out to a community meeting Wednesday to voice support for expanding a special taxing area that would bring extra services like street cleaning and landscaping to a larger swath of downtown — a plan opposed...
  • City moves to replace problem motel

    City moves to replace problem motel
    The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday voted to get the ball rolling on a plan that would demolish one of the city's so-called problem motels and replace it with a new apartment complex. Four council members — Councilwoman Sandy Genis dissented...
  • Must apartment manager let tenant smoke medical marijuana?

    Must apartment manager let tenant smoke medical marijuana?
    Question: I manage an apartment complex and have a tenant, "James," who smokes marijuana inside his apartment and out on the balcony. Many of the other tenants in the complex complain about the marijuana smoke, including the mother of a boy with asthma....
  • Sterling apologizes for comments, saying they were 'terrible mistake'

    Sterling apologizes for comments, saying they were 'terrible mistake'
    Pleading for forgiveness for what he called a "terrible mistake," Clippers owner Donald Sterling apologized Sunday for making derogatory remarks about blacks, saying "I'm not a racist, and I've never been a racist," and appealed to NBA owners to let him...
  • Sterling's NBA ban supported by daughter of ex-Sterling tenant

    Sterling's NBA ban supported by daughter of ex-Sterling tenant
    The daughter of one of the tenants who filed a housing discrimination lawsuit against Donald Sterling in 2003 spoke out in support of the NBA’s decision to ban the embattled Clippers owner for life. During a teary news conference Ebony Jones,...
  • Just what Clippers don't need — Shelly Sterling as owner

    Just what Clippers don't need — Shelly Sterling as owner
    The biggest threat to the Clippers franchise wasn't sitting courtside, a place where she had the nerve to plant herself in Oakland one day after her estranged husband and co-owner's words tore apart their team. The biggest danger to the Clippers wasn'...
  • 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,...
  • 1970s office near El Segundo train stop will go 'creative'

    1970s office near El Segundo train stop will go 'creative'
    A 1970s office building across the street from a light-rail station in El Segundo has sold for $11.3 million to Los Angeles investors who plan to boost its appeal to tenants in creative fields. Montana Avenue Capital bought the Station, as the...
  • Earthquake preparedness is finally embraced by L.A. movers and shakers

    Earthquake preparedness is finally embraced by L.A. movers and shakers
    Do I have special powers? people have asked. Not that I'm consciously aware of. Yes, it's true that in my Sunday column I noted we were certain to have more earthquakes and ought to do more to prepare for them, as San Francisco has. And the next day...
  • 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...