Blog_MarketWatch_Main

In his most recent column on MarketWatch, The Agency’s Edward Fitz showcases the Bird Streets, one of L.A.’s most coveted neighborhoods in the Hollywood Hills. Appropriately named because of its many streets labeled after some well-known winged creatures, the Bird Streets has become the most expensive place to purchase a home in L.A., with an average cost of $1,096 per square foot. And with neighbors like Leonardo DiCaprio and Keanu Reeves, unobstructed views from the city to the Pacific and ultimate seclusion up in the Hills—it may be worth the hefty price tag.

Nestled in between Sunset Plaza Drive to the east and the Trousdale Estates in Beverly Hills on the west, stunning homes are commanding as much as $40 million and more – and with over 50 new developments happening, the neighborhood is garnering even more attention from homeowners wanting the ultimate address. Only minutes away to world-class clubs and restaurants of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills, the invitation-only Soho House and nearby office towers along Sunset, the Bird Streets offers first-class luxury living in the heart of the city.

Click here to read the full article, and be sure to check out more pieces on MarketWatch.com.