1. Sales are all over $1,000,000.
2. The eyesore has gone away.
3. The low-income housing will be complete.
For some history, click here for some of the first coverage from 2008:
Here’s the story of Shea buying the property from a flipper, who bought it as an REO from Bank of America. The first house shown, the split-level, closed for $1,400,000:
The L.A.Times story on a certain part-time blogger: