A handful of fancy new developments, including not just hotels but also a private club, and mixed-use projects, including one designed by Frank Gehry, are being built on the famous Sunset Strip. Now city leaders are trying to figure out its future.
The Cultural Heritage Commission voted Thursday to consider the Kurt Meyer-designed Lytton Savings and Loan Building (now a Chase Bank) for landmark status. The decision complicates things for the huge Frank Gehry project proposed for the site.
Venturing far from the family home in Calabasas, Kendall Jenner has just purchased a $6.5 million home above the Sunset Strip. That price tag is just a tad bit higher than what her little sister recently paid for a mansion in Hidden Hills.
A real estate video we featured earlier this month shows a Corgi partying in a swanky mansion above the Sunset Strip. Cute, right? Wrong. Now, TMZ is reporting it appears to be the same property where Brittany Murphy and her husband died.
Real estate agent/short film producer Ben Bacal releases a new video that imagines what might happen if a dog owned an $18.5 million home above the Sunset Strip. Apparently, the corgi would throw some pretty wild pool parties.
West Hollywood is on a mission to put a cutting-edge ad structure on Sunset Boulevard. They've narrowed their options down to four finalists' designs (including one by the late Zaha Hadid), all of which look like something out of Blade Runner.
Located within stumbling distance of the Chateau Marmont, the two-bedroom, two-bath pedigreed property could make a very respectable bachelor/bachelorette pad for some young Hollywood up-and-comer. Asking price is $1.5 million.