By Kathryn Daniel McLamb After stints as a welding shop, manufacturing plant, and event venue, the Huron Substation seeks a new owner. Los Angeles’s Huron Substation has undergone several reincarnations since its conception in 1908. Designed by Edward S. Cobb, it was originally a station for converting electricity needed to power the city’s Yellow Car trolleys…. Keep reading →
By Pauline O’Connor On the market for the first time in a quarter-century is a razor-sharp midcentury modern in Baldwin Hills Estates. With its crisp, clean lines, open flow, and expansive walls of glass that slide open to the heated swimming pool, the low-slung ranch effectively conveys a feeling of postwar-optimism and conjures the leisurely… Keep reading →
The View Park Conservancy, led by deasy penner podley agent Benjamin Kahle, was just awarded the LA Conservancy 2017 Preservation award for excellence in Historic Preservation. For more information about the project, please visit LAConservancy.org.
New deasy penner podley partner, Benjamin Kahle, is a native Angeleno, a passionate student of architecture, and the proud owner of the first historic home in all of Unincorporated LA County. As a resident of the View Park neighborhood of Los Angeles and a co-founder of the non-profit View Park Conservancy, he led a three-year… Keep reading →