The Agency - Hollywood

Pink Palace Bungalows Get A Makeover


What do Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Howard Hughes, and Elizabeth Taylor have in common? Aside from being some of Hollywood’s most celebrated icons, they were all fond of a certain rose-colored retreat on Sunset Boulevard. With its gently swaying palms and legendary pink and green motif, The Beverly Hills Hotel—affectionately known as the “Pink Palace”—has… Read more

Selling Hollywood: Size, Privacy And Celeb Pedigree Matter

Oct. 16, 2015
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Who wouldn’t want to own the late Clark Gable’s mansion or Kevin Costner’s former pad in the Hills? There’s no doubt that a celebrity-owned home “brings the listing far more attention than it would have had,” The Agency’s Edward Fitz told the Wall Street Journal. While the Hollywood connection may seem like it would make… Read more

Cinema’s Finest Play Dress-Up At The Hollywood Costume Exhibit

Oct. 16, 2014
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The iconic characters from Hollywood’s past and present are dressing up a little earlier for Halloween this year. Hollywood Costume, a touring exhibit that left its London outpost to return to its roots here in Los Angeles earlier this month, pays homage to some of the most memorable get-ups in film history. Presented by the… Read more

Details Of 4-acre Creative Campus Unveiled In Hollywood

Jun. 23, 2014
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Los Angeles developer Kilroy Realty Corp. just unveiled plans last week for a 550,000 sq. ft. mixed use office campus near Hollywood’s famed Sunset and Vine. Comprising of three four-story buildings, including a 23-story apartment tower, the space will serve the growing number of young media and tech firms opting for Hollywood over Silicon Valley,… Read more

The ‘Swankiest’ Home In Hollywood: 2180 Laurel Canyon Blvd.

May. 28, 2014
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Possessing an ample dose of glamour and affection for both new and old design, 2180 Laurel Canyon Blvd. is deserving of Elle Decor’s title as “The Swankiest House In Hollywood”. The 3-bedroom, 2-bath Hollywood Hills abode emits a new sense of vibrancy while still managing to hold on to the surrounding community’s storied past of… Read more

Hollywood Restaurant To Serve $500 Swarovski Ring-Topped Milkshake

Nov. 20, 2013
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Finally, a $500 milkshake to wash that amazingly good burger down with. Only at The Powder Room, opening this Friday, November 22, can you stick a straw into “The Velvet Goldmine” made with premium spirits, edible gold, Belgium chocolate, and a Swarovski ring to take home. Although not the kind of milkshake you would award… Read more

Rao’s Hollywood Opens September 17

Sep. 11, 2013
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The legendary East Harlem restaurant famous for its mobster mystique and turning away the likes of Bill Clinton and Madonna will finally open its first West Coast location in Hollywood on September 17. Rao’s is opening on 1006 Seward Avenue, and currently taking reservations for the wise guys and gals who wish to beat the… Read more

Three Los Angeles Skylines “Destined to Change”

Sep. 10, 2013
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The September issue of Los Angeles Magazine devoted some serious ink to our city’s ever-growing skyline, urging us that it’s time to get familiar with the projects destined to impact how we view our city. For Downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood, and Santa Monica, building plans have either started or are in the works, each of… Read more

The Agency’s Josh Myler On Life In Sunset Square

As a neighborhood resource for parents and soon-to-be parents in and around Los Angeles, The Agency’s Michelle Schwartz is interviewing dynamic moms and dads and asking for their valuable insights on the neighborhoods they live in. Today, Michelle talks with our very own Josh Myler, Director of the Residential Division at The Agency. Originally from the Bay Area, Josh lives in West Hollywood… Read more

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