"So Newport Beach is weighing a Netflix-like system in which readers could order books and then pick them up from lockers at an ‘electronic library,’ a 2,200-square-foot room with a central fireplace and a kiosk where patrons could select titles online.”
In Los Angeles, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House and La Miniatura remain on the market, despite significant price reductions/buyer incentives. Begs the architectural stewardship question: Who is willing and able to take care of these historic homes?
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House, a Los Feliz hilltop masterpiece composed of patterned and smooth concrete blocks that has been mightily threatened by man and Mother Nature, is being offered for sale at $15 million by the private foundation that has been restoring it.
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