Posts Tagged ‘real estate’

A History of The Hollywood Hills

The Hills as we know them today began as a neighborhood development called Hollywoodland. The development of Hollywoodland began in 1923 with the syndicate owned by Harry Chandler, developer Sidney H. Woodruff and the founder of West Hollywood, General M. H. Sherman. Hollywoodland lost the “land” portion the iconic sign that stands today as Hollywood, […]

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Ivan Estrada Properties Team Takes A Field Trip

Ivan Estrada Properties Team is taking a field trip to the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation! The Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation is a non-profit arts foundation located on North Carolwood Drive in the Holmby Hills district of Los Angeles, California. Modern and contemporary artwork in the Frederick R. Weisman collection are displayed in a […]

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Colors in Your Home

You home is your environment to live and grow. It is important to have the elements of your home reflect positivity into your life and that can be done through colors.   The Pantone Color Institute announced that the 2020 Color of the Year is PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue. Through extensive research into trends across […]

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Interior Design Inspiration for The Home

Inspiration can be found anywhere in life. Here are some interior design styles to inspire your home whether redecorating, remodeling, buying, or preparing to sell… these are great interiors to inspire you. For more inspiration find these photos and more at Jonathan Barnett Design Group. Jonathan Barnett Design Studio specializes in the full renovation process […]

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Homes Sold Over $100 Million This Past Decade

  As we enter a new decade, we reflect on the booming economy of this past decade. Here is a recap of homes across the country that sold over $100 Million. $150,000,000 in Los Angeles   $119,750,000 in Los Angeles   $120,000,000 in Connecticut   $100,000,000 in Los Angeles   $100,000,000 in Los Angeles   […]

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Art Basel 2019

Art Basel Miami is heading into its 17th year as America’s biggest art fair. Douglas Elliman has been proud to sponsor Art Basel Miami for the 7th consecutive year. As Show Partners to Art Basel, Douglas Elliman presents the Art of New Development in the Collectors Lounge. Gallerist and collectors gather from all over the […]

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Historic Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Watching the Thanksgiving Day Parade, on TV or in person, is an annual tradition for many families. The 93rd annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade kicks off from the corner of West 77th Street and Central Park West in New York City at 9 a.m. ET.In 1924, the annual Thanksgiving parade started in Newark, New Jersey by […]

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Holiday Ready Kitchen

These are our top picks for a holiday ready kitchen.   Kraus Faucet A great pulldown faucet allowing plenty of room to rinse veggies in the sink.   Gaggenau Stove Top Downdraft ventilaiton for keeping the kitchen clean and fresh when cooking up a storm.   Bosch Refrigerator Built in refrigerator for most efficient space. […]

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Famous Great Rooms | Hearst Castle

Great Rooms boast a level of opulence to a home. Walking in a classic Great Room the elements to be noticed are high ceilings, typically beamed, and grand wood burning fire places (sometimes one on each opposite end of the room). Imagine curling near the fire places in the grandiose of all Great Rooms this […]

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Everything Living | Fall Museum Exhibitions Open This Week

  Opening at LACMA this weekend, September 22nd, Every Living Thing: Animals in Japanese Art.  Celebrating one of the most distinctive and compelling aspects of Japanese art: the depiction of animals. Underpinned by Japan’s unique spiritual heritage of Shintō and Buddhism, the Japanese reverence for nature—and the place of animals within that realm—is expressed in sculpture, […]

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Happy 238th birthday LA!

Yesterday marks the 238th birthday of Los Angeles as a Pueblo. September 4th is the traditional anniversary of the 1781 founding of El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles (The Town of the Queen of the Angels). Los Angeles officially reached City Status May 23, 1835 and later became incorporated April 4th, 1850. So this […]

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$1 Billion Listing Sells at $100K

At the top on Tower Grove in Beverly Hills sits a large plot of undeveloped land with massive panoramic views. Once listed for $1 Billion, the 157- Acre property called “the Mountain” sold last week for $100K at a foreclosure auction. Purchased in 2004 for $8.4M by a trust. The trust was founded to manage the […]

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