Week in Review: Becket Foreclosure, Midnight Club, Sherman Oaks Lovely, United Oil, WeHo Wack, Wetherly Project

MID-WILSHIRE: When did everything start feeling like a bleak scene from "It's a Wonderful Life?" A foreclosure sign has gone up at 7950 Wilshire, site of the famous Welton Becket-designed "House of Tomorrow." And there's no guarantee that the place won't be torn down.

LOS ANGELES: Like a t-shirt being thrown in a dryer, Los Angeles gets mighty shrunk in the “Midnight Club" Video. It was quickly revealed that some people prefer this very abbreviated version of Los Angeles.

SHERMAN OAKS: So far, it’s been a lot of tree-lined streets making the list of lovely roads. Up this week; A stretch of Chandler Blvd between Ethel Avenue and Tyrone Avenue.

SOUTH LA: A trip to Kanner Architects futuristic United Oil station/car wash at the corner of Slauson and La Brea avenues revealed that work may very well be nearly done.

WEST HOLLYWOOD: It was one of the bigger PriceChops to date. A unit at Sierra Bonita came to market listed at $955,000 in May and it's now down to $499,999. Still too expensive, claimed readers.

LOS ANGELES: If built, a very large development planned right near the Four Seasons Hotel may very well take out your residence. All the renderings and details here.For more stories from Curbed LA, go to la.curbed.com.

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