Plans show the 16,000-square-foot mansion will have a cobblestone motor court, a pool and cabana, and a four-car garage—relatively modest for Landry, whose clients typically prefer ostentatious living spaces.
The Vice President is visiting on the same night as the Golden Globes, and its likely to make traffic in Beverly Hills and the Westside pretty difficult to navigate. Here are some streets to stay away from.
Metro has lined up federal funding to bring the Purple Line subway west to Beverly Hills and Century City by 2026, with stops at Wilshire Boulevard and Rodeo and Avenue of the Stars and Constellation Boulevard.
The City Council is set to vote on a development agreement that would bring in at least $60 million for the city. The agreement is for two towers, one with a hotel and the other for condos, plus public gardens and a restaurant.
After a demolition scare in 2013, and an off-market sale the next year, the Beverly Hills home of Elvis and Priscilla Presley is back up for grabs with a few updates and an asking price of $30 million.
The recent sale of House of Bijan to the parent company of Louis Vuitton set records as one of the priciest per-square-foot sales in history. Now, a pair of real estate professionals says they helped put the deal together but weren't compensated.
This November, Beverly Hilton owner Beny Alagem will ask voters to sign off on a plan to combine two condo buildings into one 26-story tower and public park. In an interview, Alagem says that if his ballot measure fails, he'll move on from that plan.
Nearly doomed to the wrecking ball, Richard Neutra's 1954 Kronish House was saved at the last minute back in 2011. Now, it's been fully restored, and it's looking better than ever. It even just won a prestigious landscaping award.
This November, Beverly Hilton owner Beny Alagem will ask voters to approve his plan to combine two planned mid-rise condo structures into a single 26-story tower. The ballot initiative has ignited a feud between Alagem and a Chinese billionaire.
After 12 years of planning and debate, the city of Beverly Hills finally opened its new dog park to the public Tuesday. But don't even think of taking your furry friend if you aren't a resident of the city or an employee of a business there.
Beverly Hills loves suing to stop the Purple Line, but a federal ruling on Friday wasn't in its favor. The court's ruling means that Metro will move towards firming up its much-needed federal funding for the second section of the line.
Lynda and Stewart Resnick use more water than anyone else in California—including the city of LA. Their agricultural brands include Wonderful pistachios, Halo clementines, and Pom Wonderful. And so far, the drought has barely affected their business.
Back in 2009, Trump was reportedly selling this Richard Landry-designed Colonial less than a block from the Beverly Hills Hotel. However, recent evidence suggests he's still the owner and has listed the home for just under $30 million.
A billion-dollar luxury condo project near Santa Monica and Wilshire is facing potential legal challenges because a former mayor lobbied for it. This isn’t the first bump in the road for One Beverly Hills, a development formerly known as 9900 Wilshire. The project has traded hands and had design changes and handful of times in the last few years.
On display in an 850-square-foot gallery, the pieces are for sale but are not factored into the list price. The sprawling, six-bedroom house also has its own 22-seat home theater and hillside infinity pool.
The Faux-talian fortress developer has donated $2 million to a Super PAC supporting Donald Trump. Palmer is probably LA’s most Trump-like developer. Both men are known for building ostentatious luxury projects.
This cozy two-bedroom home in Beverly Hills Post Office is nestled behind a white picket fence and features hardwood floors, wide windows, and a living room fireplace. There's also a pleasant brickwork patio in the backyard.
Across the street from the Jack Warner Estate, this Spanish-style home once housed legendary choreographer Busby Berkeley. Built in 1926, the five-bedroom home features Saltillo tile, wrought iron railings, and beamed ceilings.
This heavily renovated, seven-bedroom home was originally designed by notable midcentury modern architect William S. Beckett. Now it's a striking, glassy residence with an intriguing history, and it's listed for a lofty $29.9 million.
This quirky house has an unusual exterior, but a very subdued interior. That is, aside from the library, wine cellar, and wacky loft space up in the tower. Yes, the somewhat castle-looking structure has a tower.
Near Beverly Hills, it also has a four-bedroom, Moroccan-inspired guest house and tennis courts. The sprawling compound is set up for horses. Along with the barn, there are stables and trails. It's asking $85 million.