NEW LISTING! 1219 Sunset Plaza Dr Unit 2

Check out our brand new listing at 1219 Sunset Plaza Dr, Unit 2 in West Hollywood! We have an OPEN HOUSE tomorrow, SUNDAY 2-5 PM. Please stop by!

Turnkey. This beautifully remodeled corner unit in the much sought after iconic Sunset Plaza Terrace features the perfect mix of an ultra-chic Sunset Plaza location, newly refurbished interior, old-Hollywood charm, luxurious finishes, and privacy. A block away from Sunset Strip, enter the gated property to find a tranquil courtyard with fountains, city views, lush landscaping, and heated pool and spa.

Bright, open-plan living room with new hardwood flooring, and vintage features including curved walls, high ceilings, folding doors, and detailed crown molding. The formal dining room opens into the spacious gourmet granite and stainless steel kitchen. The wide hallway featuring two large closets and charming built in cabinet leads to two king-sized bedrooms, a marble bathroom with custom cabinetry and vessels sink, and a brand new master shower bathroom. It's been years since a two-bedroom unit has been offered for sale. One of the prime places to live in West Hollywood!

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Here's a great article from on how some creative executives live....

"With features like half-pipes and superdesks, the offices of companies in the "creative industries" are designed to spur invention (or at least keep workers at work longer). But creative thinking isn't confined to the address on your business card. Work, inevitably, follows us all home."

   Global creatives from top agencies, Airbnb, and Spotify give us a look at their homes and talk about the inspiration that they draw from their personal spaces.


Global creatives from top agencies, Airbnb, and Spotify give us a look at their homes and talk about the inspiration that they draw from their personal spaces.

Gorgeous Mid-Century

For those of you who love the mid-century look...  This is a stunning renovation.... 

Klopf ArchitectureArterra Landscape Architects, and Flegel’s Construction took on the task of updating a classic Eichler in Palo Alto, California. The classic open, indoor/outdoor design was expanded upon by extending the original walls of glass making even more of a connection to outside."

Open House Today

Join me today to view a gorgeous open house in Studo City!

3780 Mound View Ave, Studio City, CA. 91604


Wonderfully Hampton's style home in Studio City's highly coveted Silver Triangle. Close to Carpenter Elementary, boutiques & fine dining, this designer's dream home was recently completed w fine attention to detail. Wide plank light oak floors enhance the Architectural Digest ready perfect floor plan. Open living room w fireplace adjoins dining room w/butlers pantry leading to the true gourmet kitchen w/ grey marble counters, stainless appliances, & breakfast area w sep. breakfast bar. The kitchen flows seamlessly to the media/family room w fireplace & Smart Home iPad station. A bank of solid pane glass doors opens to the outdoor patio w BBQ center & stone patio, grassy areas, & unique pool house cabana w/ changing room/ba & adjacent fire-pit seating area. The home features a downstairs guest/office suite w/ bath & walk in closet. Upstairs the adjacent mtn & treetop views shimmer thru abundant oversize windows. 3 bedrooms w/ ample closet space adjoin a stellar master suite w/sitting area, fireplace & large built out walk in closet. Elegant yet functional master bath features a freestanding tub, rain shower & vanity prep area w dual sinks. Truly easy living yet exceptional home close to all & easy commute to Hollywood & Westside.

NEW LISTING! 746 S Los Angeles St #405

Check out Joe Sells LA’s brand new listing: 746 Los Angeles St #405 in Los Angeles.

Located in the trendy Fashion District, this stunning one bedroom condo is part of Santee Village Lofts.  This artistic space features concrete floors, high ceilings, Italian-style kitchen and bath cabinetry, granite kitchen countertops, stainless steel Bosch appliances, over-sized historic industrial windows, and an expansive balcony overlooking a courtyard with city views.  Ideal for entertaining.

The Santee Village Complex amenities include: rooftop hot tubs/ pool, fitness center, basketball court, BBQ areas, putting green, sun decks, fountains, food court, shopping and a grocery store.

Buildings have 24-hr patrol service and the unit comes with one secure parking space in the subterranean gated parking lot.  Historic building (1922) qualifies for Mills Act.

Restaurants, retail and nightlife within walking distance: a must see unit!

This represents the best of urban living.

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6 Great Movie Theaters That Are Raising Their Food Game

"Sherry Yard cooks movie theater food? After nearly two decades as the pastry chef for Wolfgang Puck, these days Yard is not only hard at work on her new Helms Bakery project, but she's also been buying vegetables at the farmers market for the new iPic Theaters in Westwood.

Is table service the future of cinema? On the one hand, it does interrupt the film somewhat, but on the other hand, the decadence is off the charts. Being able to order a gooey chocolate cake and a frothy, hot latte in the middle of a movie with a quick tap on an iPad caters to everyone's inner royal. And for that feeling, a few bucks more seems like a bargain compared to paying to fly First Class."

- Angela Matano, LA Weekly

Eight Downtown Los Angeles Landmarks Hidden in Plain Sight

Who knew?

"This week, the city of Los Angeles and the Getty Conservation Institute launched a new website, HistoricPlacesLA, that allows users to search thousands of historically significant sites across Los Angeles, filtering results by all kinds of things, including architectural period and date. Those filters are vital because there are so many interesting, important old buildings and structures around the city that it's a little overwhelming. Just looking for city-designated Historic-Cultural Monuments in Downtown, for example, yields more than 20 sites. We've sifted through those and found some architecturally and historically intriguing sites that don't get as much attention as, say, the stunning Eastern Columbia Building, and mapped them out here so you can impress your friends next time you're walking around Downtown."

- Bianca Barragan, Curbed LA

Broadway Trade Center to House a Super-Fancy Miniature City

More great news for Downtown LA!

"Last we heard, the new owners of the enormous and historic Broadway Trade Center, just off Broadway at Hill and Eighth, were hoping to snag one major tenant (Apple?) and turn the building into a tech campus, but now it seems like that plan has mingled with earlier ones proposing a hotel and retail to create a sort of super-fancy, super-elaborate, multi-use complex in the Trade Center's 1.1 million square feet of space. Waterbridge Capital, which bought the BRC last year for around $130 million, is envisioning a mix of about a dozen uses, including a hotel, a food hall, 500,000 square feet of office space, and 200,000 square feet of luxury retail (Louis Vuitton and Tiffany's are name-dropped), says the LA Times. We're not sure who wants to buy an actual Louis Vuitton in Downtown (knock-offs are another story), but maybe if you build it, they will come?
Waterbridge hope the new BTC, originally opened in 1908, will also house a 200-room hotel, "a health club, two swimming pools, a community park, an urban farm and a luxury spa with a Turkish bath." Central to this incredible-sounding complex will be a two-story, "great, sexy food hall-market", says Robert Cohen, the president of RKF, which is in charge of leasing out the retail space. The rooftop will have bars, restaurants, and decks…"

- Bianca Barragan, Curbed LA

Jeremy Renner's Latest Flip Project

Love Preston Sturges!

"Jeremy Renner acts sometimes in The Avengers movies and various other aging movie franchises (Bournes, Impossibles), but his true calling is clearly flipping. With partner Kristoffer Winters, he's bought and sold more than a dozen houses since 2002 (he's said he doesn't even need to star in blockbuster movies), including a palatial 1920sish bachelor pad in Holmby Hills that sold in 2013 for $24 million. Their latest, in the *Hollywood Hills below Runyon Canyon, is a slightly more lowkey number in a similar, glammily smoke-filled style. In fact, the house once belonged to 1930s and '40s screwball filmmaker Preston Sturges (The Lady Eve, The Palm Beach Story) and, according to the listing, Charlie Chaplin is rumored to have had his first wedding in the "luxurious gentleman's room." The 1926 property also comes with five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, covered front porch, copper-topped antique bar, dining room, eat-in kitchen, rooftop terrace, and a guesthouse, all in about 7,000 square feet on just a bit under a quarter of an acre. Renner and Winters are apparently calling it The Sturges. They bought the place in 2009 for $1.35 million and are selling today for $4.795 million."

Adrian Glick Kudler, Curbed LA