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Los Angeles Lofts for Sale. Buying a loft in Los Angeles is one the best ways to experience a truly cosmopolitan lifestyle in an otherwise spread-out city. Lofts in Downtown Los Angeles are made from converted warehouses and trade buildings. Lofts may also be found around town in commercial areas.
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Rent control in the United States refers to laws or ordinances that set price controls on the renting of American residential housing. They function as a price ceiling. The loose term "rent control" can apply to several types of price control: "strict price ceilings", also known as "rent freeze" systems, or "absolute" or "first generation" rent controls, in which no increases in rent are allowed at all (rent is typically frozen at the rate existing when the law was enacted) "vacancy control", also known as "strict" or "strong" rent control, in which the rental price can rise, but continues to be regulated in between tenancies (a new tenant pays almost the same rent as the previous tenant) and "vacancy decontrol", also known as "tenancy" or "second-generation" rent control, which limits price increases during a tenancy, but allows rents to rise to market rate between tenancies (new tenants pay market rate rent, but increases are limited as long as they remain).As of 2018, four states (California, New York, New Jersey, and Maryland) and the District of Columbia have localities in which some form of residential rent control is in effect (for normal structures, excluding mobile homes).
Koning Eizenberg Architecture (KEA) is an architecture firm located in Santa Monica, California established in 1981. Working collaboratively, principals Hank Koning, Julie Eizenberg, Brian Lane, and Nathan Bishop cthink with developers, cities and not-for-profit clients to reveal new possibilities for the design of housing and neighborhood places that strengthen community. Their groundbreaking work has been published extensively both in the US and abroad, and has earned over 125 awards for design, sustainability and historic preservation. The firm is recognized for a range of project types including: adaptive reuse of historic buildings, educational facilities, community places, and housing. Koning Eizenberg Architecture’s work has been included in academic and popular publications including USA:Modern Architectures in History and A Guide to Contemporary Architecture in America Vol. 1. Koning Eizenberg projects have also been published in magazines including I.D.
Broadway is a major thoroughfare in central Los Angeles and Los Angeles County, southern California. The Broadway Theater District in Downtown Los Angeles is the first and largest historic theater and cinema district listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Broadway looking north from Fourth Street, ca. 1904-1905 Broadway street view, with the Los Angeles Theatre at center, 2006