Found 234 blog entries about Events.

One click can deliver invaluable aid. The Agency’s longtime charity partner, Giveback Homes, has announced they are raising funds to benefit a trio of locally-connected and international organizations—each is providing critical assistance to communities impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. 

“We have loved partnering with Giveback Homes over the years to build houses for families in need, and I have always been inspired by how our team at The Agency comes together to help,” says The Agency’s Founder and CEO, Mauricio Umansky.  “Right now, our communities are facing a totally new challenge, and we want to get the word out about three great organizations Giveback Homes is helping raise funds for—if you can provide support, know that it will make a

From a classic Neutra to a new build in Beverly Hills, a bounty of hot homes were making waves this month. Take a look at what made headlines in March at The Agency. 

1684 N. CRESCENT HEIGHTS - American Idol alum Adam Lambert has tapped Emil Hartoonian and Nicholas Siegfried to sell his chic Hollywood home. Fox Business gave readers an inside glimpse of the contemporary abode, which features a designer kitchen with marble finishes and a sliding glass wall framing views of Hollywood. Meanwhile, called the residence a “Sexy bachelor pad (that) boasts an awesome location, a stylish pool area, separate studio facilities, and everything that a glamorous rock star could desire.”

4616 DUNDEE DRIVE - The listing of The Lovell Health House by Marci

Around the globe, our agents are nabbing headline-grabbing listings, setting records, connecting with their communities and teaming up with their colleagues to give back. Here’s a rundown of the latest and greatest regional happenings from The Agency’s global team.

British Columbia - Jason Binab—Managing Partner of our Vancouver Island office—and Mark Nelson made a record-setting Cordova Bay sale in just 21 days of rebranding and relaunching the property. 1104 D’Arcy Lane sold for $3,095,000.

Los Cabos - Spring is just blooming, but many are already dreaming of summer. Luckily, Janet Jensen of The Agency Los Cabos represents a pair of the region’s most spectacular homesites, situated at La Montaña in Villas Del Mar (Homesite Three and Homesite

Art came alive at the debut party and sales launch for Thirty Four Fifty West, a bright, modern collection of multifunctional residences at the lively crossroads of Hollywood Hills and Universal City, represented by The Agency Development Group. On a recent winter evening, guests gathered for a multi-level art exhibition that showcased the versatility of the residences and spotlighted works from Feeny's Photos, Mr. A and Margarita Bashlovka. 

Guests toured the airy, contemporary spaces while chatting with the artists, sipping drinks and enjoying delectable snacks under L.A.’s deep blue, early evening sky.  

The Thirty Four Fifty West community offers two- and three-bedroom residences, ranging from 1,904 to 2,396 square feet.  Each three-story

1300 Beverly Estate Drive’s grand motor court, incredible architecture and stunning wall of windows served as a scene-stealing backdrop for the unveiling of McLaren’s all-new limited-edition, open-top Elva. 

During the evening event, hosted in partnership by The Agency and McLaren Beverly Hills, guests got an up-close look at the new Elva—which is equipped with a four-liter M840TR twin-turbocharged V8 engine and is the fifth edition in the McLaren Ultimate Series. Only 399 Elvas will be available for purchase, each boasting a top speed that surpasses 200 mph and a starting price of about $1,690,000. 

“This home was the perfect setting for this McLaren debut,” says Stefan Pommepuy, who represents the property along with The Agency’s co-founder and

Celebrity homes, Oscar-worthy designs, mega real estate deals and a basement collection worthy of its own Star Wars museum—see the properties, places and personalities making headlines this month. 

7023 BIRDVIEW AVENUE - This Malibu stunner and home of film legend Anthony Hopkins was featured in The Wall Street Journal, which noted its cliffside perch and lush, one-acre grounds. Represented by Santiago Arana, the iconic Point Dume Bluff estate features a main, four-bedroom Cape Cod-style residence and one-bedroom guest house showcasing panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, Catalina Island and Palos Verdes. 

MANDARINA - A kid’s club worthy of Oscar gold. When the new, much-anticipated One&Only Mandarina opens north of Puerto Vallarta in June, it will

Competitive spirits ran high as agents and staff faced off for a great cause in a lively basketball tournament at 18 Dovetail Lane. The event benefited The Agency’s charity partner—Giveback Homes—which builds housing for families and individuals in need around the U.S. and abroad. 

Located in Pasadena’s exclusive Bradbury Estates community, this Tudor-inspired, 16,515-square-foot home’s pristine sports court served as a perfect backdrop for the high-energy match between the two teams. Players in white jerseys represented the Westside, while players from Sherman Oaks, Pasadena and Calabasas donned red. Prior to the tournament, participating agents and employees donated to Giveback Homes. 

After a heated game, The Westside’s team edged out a victory,

The Agency family came out in full force to celebrate the debut of Bel Air’s newest and most exciting offering—1475 Bel Air Road. Designed and developed by Ray Nosrati of Huntington Estate Properties, the 12,027-square-foot estate is filled with warm finishes and rich textures that provide a sophisticated elegance. 

During the evening event—sponsored by Swiss Property Management—guests were greeted with glasses of Gambino DOCG Brut, which glittered with 24-karat gold flakes. 

Inside, amidst plenty of atmospheric Vogue candles, DCLA served up spicy tuna tartare with wasabi aioli, half-shell oysters and bacon-wrapped Medjool dates filled with chipotle spiced goat cheese—all of which paired nicely with glasses of Sauvignon Blanc from Malibu Rocky Oaks,

The AT&T Pro-AM golf tournament—an internationally recognized stop on the PGA tour and one of the most popular events in the region—took place over the weekend in Pebble Beach, and The Agency Carmel helped celebrate at one of the tournament's most exclusive venues. 

Braden Sterling—The Agency Carmel’s Managing Partner and Principal of design firm Sterling | Huddleson Architecture—was invited to design the golf tournament’s Event House, which would serve as a meeting place and viewpoint for numerous attendees, executives and VIPs. 

"The AT&T Event House is in a one-of-a-kind location overlooking the third green of the Pebble Beach golf course with views of Stillwater Cove,” said Braden. “The interiors are extremely comfortable and welcoming—it feels

The slopes were snowy and the crowds were dense at this year’s Sundance Film Festival—and several of The Agency’s own were center stage for all the action. 

President and Co-Founder Billy Rose—who once served as an entertainment lawyer and later as a motion picture agent at L.A.'s United Talent Agency—was most looking forward to reconnecting with his friends in the industry and carving out some time on the slopes amidst the 128 feature film screenings and dozens of star-studded fetes. A number of films generated awards-season buzz at the festival and the Grand Jury Prizes were awarded to “Minari” (U.S. Dramatic), “Boys State” (U.S. Documentary), “Epicentro” (World Cinema Documentary) and “Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness” (World Cinema Dramatic).