Michael Druker

Michael brings his expansive knowledge of the Beverly Hills and Hollywood Hills market as a single-family home developer to The Agency.

A lifelong student of design, Michael moved to Los Angeles in 2013, combining his love of architecture and background in real estate to successfully build homes from the ground up in the Bird Streets. His many development projects have equipped him with an exhaustive fluency in architectural planning, budgeting, construction and Los Angeles’ land use entitlement process. Taking great pride in applying his expertise to help clients make sound investment decisions, his firsthand experience enables him to advise on purchases, sales, development and financing.

Michael began his career in New York, overseeing asset management for a $2 billion commercial private equity firm, restaurant construction for an established downtown restaurateur, and investment sales for one of the city's most active boutique brokerages.

In his free time, Michael enjoys spending time with his girlfriend Jessie and bulldog Harvey in their Hollywood home.

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1635 Blue Jay Way 90069 SL18-06199


1635 Blue Jay Way is an incomparable property. Originally owned by the developer of Blue Jay Way, this promontory boasts stunning views from Downtown to the Pacific ocean and is minutes from Sunset Boulevard. This elegant contemporary estate has bee...

1450 Blue Jay Way 90069 SL17-06010


Designed by KAA Design Group (Grant Kirkpatrick, AIA), this newly-constructed, architectural home highlights the most coveted neighborhood in Los Angeles, the Bird Streets. It presents a sophisticated, site-specific living experience accentuated by spectacu...

My SOLD Listings

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1563 N. Doheny Drive 90069 SL18-06964



Steven Shortridge, AIA, employed his renowned modernist sensibility to reimagine 1563 Doheny Drive as a contemporary homage to mid-century architecture. Punctuated by large volumes, the home’s entry unfolds into a natural light-filled, open floor plan with ...

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