South Bay Digs • July 29, 2022

ON THE COVER A sunlit walk street home in Manhattan Beach—created by award-winning Abramson Architects—delivers architectural precision and material opulence wrapped in panoramic coastal views presented by Lauren Forbes of the Lauren Forbes Group at Compass.
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