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  • Rams COO buys Cheviot Hills estate for $4.2M

    Kevin Demoff invests in coveted West LA nabe
    March 24, 2017 05:00PM

    3139 Barbydell Drive (Redfin) and Kevin Demoff (Los Angeles Rams)

    Kevin Demoff, COO of the Los Angeles Rams, seems to be settling into the teams’ relocation.

    He bought a home in West L.A.’s quaint Cheviot Hills neighborhood last week for $4.15 million, property records show. The sellers, Jane and Robert Skibinski, had the traditional home rebuilt last year. [more]

  • Pat Harvey is ready to sell Hidden House home, even at $200K loss

    CBS anchor relisted digs for just under $6M
    March 24, 2017 03:30PM

    Pat Harvey and her home on Clear Valley Road

    Live from Los Angeles, Pat Harvey really wants to unload her house.

    The CBS anchor and veteran journalist relisted her Hidden Hills abode for just under $6 million — that’s more than $200,000 below what she paid for it in in 2009. [more]

  • Kristen Wiig and her Los Angeles home (credit: Eva Rinaldi via Wikimedia, and Zillow)

    From Luxury ListingsActress and comedian Kristen Wiig is ready to bid farewell to her Los Angeles home.

    The “Saturday Night Live” alum is asking $2.4 million for her three-bedroom home in the Franklin Hills neighborhood.

    According to its listing, the 2,719-square-foot spread comes with mountain views, an open plan living and dining room, a narrow kitchen and a second level master suite complete with a sitting area, large bathroom and terrace. [More]

  • 233-unit resi complex planned for South Park

    L-shaped property on S Hill Street would be redeveloped
    March 24, 2017 12:30PM

    1340 S. Hill Street (Google Maps)

    Downtown’s South Park would get an influx of housing if a proposed development at 1340 S Hill Street is approved.

    The project would demolish the existing commercial buildings on the site and replace them with a 233-unit multifamily development, plans filed with the city show. [more]

  • If you wanna be my buyer? Scary Spice wants $9M for her Hollywood Hills pad

    Mel B bought the property with ex Stephen Belafonte for $4.3M
    March 24, 2017 11:00AM

    Melanie Brown as Scary Spice and the home on Cordell Drive

    Here’s a chance to spice up your life.

    Melanie Brown, the scariest of the Spice Girls, just listed her home in Hollywood Hills west for close to $9 million, the Los Angeles Times reported. [more]

  • GSA to Trump DC Hotel: You’re good to go

    President Trump is in "full compliance" with Old Post Office hotel lease, agency official says
    March 24, 2017 09:30AM

    Donald Trump and the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C (Credit: Getty Images)

    From the New York website: A contracting officer at the General Services Administration wrote to the Trump Organization yesterday, informing the company that the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., which sits on government land, is in “full compliance” with lease requirements stipulating that no government officials be involved with or benefit from the contract.

    After Donald Trump was elected president in 2016, House Democrats claimed they had been briefed by a GSA official who told them that a President Trump would immediately be in violation of rules prohibiting the Old Post Office tenant from being a government official. The GSA then denied having taken this position and has remained silent on the issue up until now. [more]

  • CIM plans for second Santa Monica Boulevard development take shape

    Company files plans for 154-unit mixed-use complex
    March 24, 2017 08:45AM

    Project site at 1500 Granville Avenue and CIM founder Shaul Kuba

    CIM Group is doubling down in West L.A.

    The Mid-Wilshire-based developer wants to build a 154-unit mixed-use complex on Granville Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard, right next door to another 147-unit apartment project it started building last year, according to city filings. The two projects will replace a shuttered Buerge Ford dealership on the site. [more]

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  • Rolling Greens will roll into Arts District with 64K sf lease

    Mateo Street property includes land and two industrial structures
    March 23, 2017 05:30PM By Cathaleen Chen

    Rolling Greens founder Greg Salmari and the property at 1005 S Mateo Street

    Maybe the grass is greener in the Arts District after all.

    Rolling Greens, the Los Angeles nursery chain known for high-end plant arrangements, will soon call the hip neighborhood its third home. [more]

  • Geoff Palmer departs from Fauxtalian ways with exterior of DTLA development

    As for the interiors? Not so much
    March 23, 2017 04:30PM

    Geoff Palmer, Broadway Palace (Getty Images/Broadway Palace)

    Developer Geoff Palmer has taken a drastically different approach with the exterior of his new apartment complex Broadway Palace on South Broadway. [more]