These newly constructed street-facing front units are dynamic in the interior spaces and remarkable panoramic views from the rooftop deck! Set on quiet Stanley Ave near trendy Beverly Grove and West Hollywood, this division of 5 town-homes is bound to leave a remarkable impression! The abundance of windows brings in natural light beaming through out these modern units. Located close to Melrose shops & cafes, it makes for an easy stroll to get from place to place.
Introducing The Hollywood Colony 2, a sophisticated collection of 10 new architectural homes with 3 bedrooms + 3.5 baths featuring incredible rooftop decks with iconic city views of The Hollywood Sign & Downtown Los Angeles. The project was constructed by the same developer as The Hollywood Colony – the fastest selling Small Lot Subdivision in Los Angeles.
Direct access garages and dramatic open floor plans in a great location! READ MORE →
Row3 Homes to release Phase 2! All of the homes released in the first phase of the project are now in escrow or have already closed. You may remember reading about Row3 last year – a collection of 19 Single Family homes under LA’s Small Lot Ordinance. Row3 is a new development project that’s doing something similar to The Hollywood Colony who is also gearing up to sell 10 additional homes this spring.
Each Row3 Home features a tri-level residence with 2 or 3 bedrooms, rooftop terraces, direct access garages and square footage ranging from 1,628 to 2,209. The project is located on Fuller Avenue near West Hollywood and is just moments from iconic Sunset Blvd!
2508 Via Artis
Los Angeles, CA 90039
3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
New small lot subdivision project built in 2013. This 2 story, 2 car garage home is in the trendy Echo Park neighborhood, adjacent to Silver Lake, similar to The Hollywood Colony development. These modern homes are right off the 2 and 5 freeways, offering easy access from your driveway. With downtown, Dodger Stadium, the Echo Park Stairs and recreational parks nearby, this neighborhood is ideal for the cosmopolitan family/individual or outdoors enthusiasts.
Get creative in your counter top designs – caesar stone, marble top and others – as selections are available and open to your needs. In addition to the kitchen, the private patio offers a great option for outdoor dining and lounging.
1645 N. Vine St. #403
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Loft, 1 bathroom
This stunning loft is located at one of Hollywood’s most well known haunts – the corner of Hollywood Blvd and Vine St. The unit is one of under 100 units available in the iconic Broadway Hollywood building.
This loft offers a hip, boutique-hotel style living scene with strikingly high ceilings, regency style moldings, a design bathroom, accent lighting and a large walk-in closet.
The space also features gleaming hardwood floors and a great live/work style. READ MORE →
5121 Franklin Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms
This stunning Architectural homes is known as the Sowden House and is known as one of Lloyd Wright’s most important works. The home is located in the popular LA neighborhood known as Los Feliz, and reflects Wright’s philosophies as a landscape architect. Lloyd Wright is the son of famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright who has also designed some incredible Architecture around Los Angeles.
The home’s unique style features an extensive use of textile block creating the iconic Mayan style façade. The windowless main entrance lies below a canted cyclopean mass of zigzag rock that hangs like the roof of some antediluvian cave. After climbing a dark stairway, the home’s stylings change a bit and offer a high, airy living space surrounding a long outdoor courtyard lined with columns – a subtle, but appreciated change from the entryway. The weathered wave-motifs and twining vines play on the consistent theme throughout the home and property.
2291 N. Hobart St
Los Angeles, CA 90027
5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms
This large hillside estate is known as the Shapoory House, and was constructed by architect Amir Farr in 1972. Farr was a colleague of Oscar Niemeyer – the architect of Brasilia and co-architect of the United Nations buildings. He chose this 0.6-acre terrace connected to Griffith Park to construct this unique view home. The central idea behind the home’s design was to connect the idea of the ancient temple with Modernism.
The architect used a mixture of steel, concrete, glass, and red-brick to give the home that modern temple feel. The grand archways at the entry showcase that temple-inspired idea. The home also has a recessed arcade overlooking the pool, plaza and views. The interior of the home showcases that grand scale as well – making the home open and airy.