Richard Neutra home in Beverly Hills: Just another tear-down?

From Link: LA Times Attention, hedge funders, oligarchs, princes and billionaire kids who own private jets. Here’s a deal only for you. The Kronish House at 9439 Sunset Blvd., Beverly Hills, is now for sale for about $14 million

Japanese-Designed Vertical House Is Built For Crowded City Living

As popular cities have become overrun with inhabitants, many are forced to give up the basic comfort of space to live in a cultural hub. But Muji, the Japanese retail company known for it’s minimalistic products, has designed a spacious home specifically for urban dwellers living in tight spaces — by building up. The home employs many strategies… Continue reading

The 27 Richest Neighborhoods In Southern California

With its beautiful weather and booming entertainment business, Southern California is one the most desirable places to live in the U.S. No surprise, then, that it’s home to some of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the U.S., from Beverly Hills to La Jolla. Stephen Higley, a professor emeritus of urban social geography at the University of Montevallo, recently ranked… Continue reading

The next big thing in SoCal – Private Grass Tennis Courts?

Luxury Homes with Private Grass Tennis Courts Profiles of three houses in New York, Massachusetts and New Zealand $45 Million Southampton, N.Y. 18,000 square feet, 12 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms Named for the trees dotting its more than 9 acres, Linden estate has a regulation-size tennis court made of bentgrass—a kind of turf grass amenable to… Continue reading

Last Beverly Hills Richard Neutra Designed House At Jeopardy Of Being Demolished

From Link: Beverly Hills Courier The last remaining Beverly Hills house designed by World War II Architect Richard Neutra has been put into jeopardy after owner Soda Partners, LLC. applied for a demolition permit earlier this month. The demolition permit was not granted because Soda had not completed all of the precautions necessary before demolition,… Continue reading