The luxurious neighborhood is known for its impeccable properties, its generous lots, and its jaw-dropping views. Those qualities just scratch the surface of what you’ll discover at 300 N. Dianthus Street.
Santiago Arana of The Agency grew up in Bolivia, moving to Los Angeles starting as a waiter to become one the areas most influential and highest producing Realtors in the nation, working with A-List Celebrities and the worlds most popular figures including LeBron James and Lady Gaga.
Los Angeles-based interior design firm Beleco recently revealed the result of an ambitious task consisting of remodeling a Spanish revival beachfront hotel, which opened its doors along the coast in 1931.
Designed to accommodate a busy family, its well-appointed backyard would encourage year-round outdoor entertaining. 863 Bungalow in El Segundo turns this dream into a reality.
Anthony Marguleas of Amalfi Estates is a true real estate industry pioneer and one of the top agents in the Country year after year, specializing in the Pacific Palisades and Brentwood areas. Bring your notepad and take notes as you’re sure to learn a lot from this episode.
DIGS Influencers sits down with South Bay native and top agent Dan O’Connor of O’Connor Property as he shares his local upbringing and unique perspective on real estate and what it takes to become a top local agent.
Located at 9364 Beverly Crest Drive, the 10,278-square-foot, five-bedroom, eight-bathroom residence, whose design and construction took five years, boasts sprawling city and ocean views.
On one of Hancock Park’s most coveted streets, this bold and lavish 13,000-square-foot contemporary compound is the latest project from celebrity developer Elite Investment Management Group, led by duo Meir Siboni (an ex-Israeli secret service agent who grew up with dreams of living in Los Angeles) and Jonathan Menlo of Go Green Remodeling.
Located on the eastern edge of Mar Vista, in a very central yet tucked away area with mature trees lining the streets, the personal house of Clive Wilkinson, president and design director of Clive Wilkinson Architects, was surprisingly an easy find.
It’s on this narrow line between the ephemeral and the realistic that the firm performs their subtle, yet powerful, balancing act, creating homes that manage the trick of being both eminently livable and undeniably luxurious.