Real Estate

“Marvin’s Room” just got an upgrade. The singer recently rented out a newly built, 18,000-square-foot Beverly Hills abode worth $65 million. And its most pleasing attribute is the architectural design, which incorporates elements of nature and includes a meticulously designed courtyard with a 20-foot cascading water wall situated behind a 150-year-old Mediterranean olive tree shipped from Italy,
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UPDATE: A showbiz-pedigreed property in L.A.’s celeb-studded Toluca Lake community, once home to Walt Disney’s late nephew Roy E. Disney and now owned by the former Disney executive’s surviving wife, came up for sale about two months ago at almost $5 million. Listed with Jennifer Hughes at Bulldog Realtors, the lakefront property is now in
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Veteran industry executive and film producer Donald De Line has hung a $10.5 million price tag on his soigné French Regency-inspired villa in a prime pocket of L.A.’s prestigious Hancock Park neighborhood. “The Italian Job” producer, who’s working on the long anticipated, Margot Robbie-starring feature “Marian,” based on the Robin Hood folk tales, acquired the
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Variety‘s Dirt, the publication’s coverage of breaking real estate news, is expanding to its own stand-alone site Dirt.com, Variety and the Penske Media Corporation announced Monday. The site is joining a large number of PMC media brands that includes Variety, Rolling Stone, Robb Report and Deadline.com. Dirt will still maintain its partnership with Variety, and its content
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An 8,100-square-foot compound with direct views of the Golden Gate Bridge is now up for sale for a whopping $60 million.  Listed earlier this month, the four-bedroom, six-bathroom abode also boasts panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay, the city’s skyline and Sausalito.  Situated on Belvedere Island, the residence was completed in 2000, according to Realtor.com.  The
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Anyone can boldly announce plans for future office buildings that have no official groundbreaking dates. It’s another to actually start construction amid the lingering pandemic when the city’s overall office market continues to see record-high vacancy rates. On Sept. 14, developer Edward J. Minskoff and JP Morgan Global Alternatives will take the plunge on 29
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