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The grand opening of the much-anticipated, centrally located Edison Midtown, the newest luxury condominium high-rise to grace the Phoenix skyline, drew well-heeled agents and prospective residents for a spirited evening of food, cocktails and music.

Guests of the recent event were among the first to walk through the stunning, Phase 1 model residences, including two-bedroom and two-bedroom-plus-den options, featuring subtle contemporary design, split floor plans, oversized windows, hardwood floors, 10-foot ceilings and spacious, chef-caliber kitchens.

Represented by The Agency’s Marilyn Cavanaugh and Jim Cavanaugh, the thoughtfully crafted residences are perfectly conceived for year-round entertaining and feature

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Ever wondered what it would be like to pair the incredible surf, far-reaching views and awe-inspiring real estate of Malibu with the peace, serenity and small-town spirit of a sleepy California beach town? The answer may be closer than you think.

Nestled between the beloved beach communities of Malibu and Santa Barbara is a lesser-known coastal gem that many consider the last of Southern California’s authentic beach towns. The gated, seaside hamlet of Solimar Beach Colony boasts many of the traits that put its aforementioned neighbors on the map (think jaw-dropping sunsets, world-class surf breaks and swoon-worthy homes) with a small-town spirit uniquely its own. Located just north of Ventura—a mere 30 minutes in either direction to Santa Barbara

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From an iconic Montecito manse that played host to JFK to Paris Hilton’s former Hollywood Hills digs, the properties and personalities making headlines this month are the perfect anecdote to a chilly October afternoon. Sit back, relax, and fall into our October hotlist.

1467 KINGS ROAD  Ever wondered what it’s like to live the life of Paris Hilton? Buying her former Hollywood Hills home might give you a glimpse. Represented by Rebekah Schwartz Sklar and Mauricio Umansky and featured in Forbes, the 3,064-square-foot Spanish property is offered fully furnished with Hilton’s chic French Regency-style effects. Perched in the hills above Sunset, the home boasts four bedrooms, four baths, guest quarters, a wood-paneled media room and entertainment

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Nestled in the hills of Brentwood with views stretching from the Getty Center to the Downtown L.A. skyline, 816 Glenmere Way, affectionately known as The Starview Estate, is among the city’s most future-forward residences.

Represented by The Agency’s President and Co-Founder Billy Rose and conceived by Rick Perkins of Perkins Development Group, the more than 8,000-square-foot architectural estate is envisioned for the modern, tech-savvy owner.  Complete smart home automation, an underground car lift, and full off-the-grid capabilities, powered by solar panels and backed by Tesla batteries, are just a few of the home's tech-minded amenities. Built for a personal drone helicopter, an integrated helipad on the pool terrace is complete with the first

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Capturing incredible ocean, golf course and Catalina Island views, this modern masterpiece in Rancho Palos Verdes is set on a prime corner lot just moments from the world-renowned Terranea Resort. Deftly executed by Warm Coastal Modern and showcasing approximately 6,000 square feet of open-concept living space, the five-bedroom, six-bath home is a tour de force in one of California’s most coveted coastal neighborhoods.

Represented by Sharon Umansky Benton and Victor Jimenez of Daftarian Development Group, the home captivates from the moment of approach. Beyond a horseshoe-shaped driveway, a 25-foot, bookmatched marble tower and zen rock water moat evoke the awe-inspiring interiors within. Once inside, the eye is drawn to a 21-foot-tall, cascading

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A spectacular, one-acre compound in Santa Monica’s coveted Rustic Canyon recently made its market debut, and its got quite the architectural pedigree.

Represented by Cindy Ambuehl and Blair Chang, the iconic property was originally designed by Frank Gehry in 1978 and later reimagined by Mark Mack. The perfect marriage of architectural prowess and warm, sophisticated design, the 5,164-square-foot modern main house and 2,000-square-foot midcentury modern guest house gracefully coalesce with nature to form a one-of-a-kind, coastal-canyon retreat.

Set beyond a long, gated driveway and tranquil courtyard, the main house is replete with soaring, exposed beam ceilings, polished concrete floors, a two-story gallery and vaulted skylights that bathe the

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With the busy back-to-school season behind us and the Thanksgiving holiday on the horizon, there’s never been a better time to relax, recharge, and find your inner zen. From a hidden meditation platform in a storied Santa Monica canyon to an oceanfront yoga palapa in La Paz, these exceptional residences around the world offer the perfect places to practice your warrior pose, chant your oms, and find your center—in style.

2002 LA BREA TERRACE | HOLLYWOOD

Hidden in the Hollywood-west foothills, this 110-year-old California craftsman bungalow, represented by Stefan Pommepuy and Jonathan Ruiz, boasts period charm and modern appeal in a serene and secluded setting. From the beautiful beamed craftsman living room to the elegant chef’s kitchen, the

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With the 2018 PGA Tour currently underway, we’ve got golf on our minds. From a serene Santa Monica compound with a picture-perfect putting green to a prestigious estate on the exclusive Bel Air Country Club golf course, these eight exceptional residences boast the perfect amenities for practicing your swing—so next year, you can hit the links with the pros.

600 E. RUSTIC ROAD | SANTA MONICA

Tucked away in Santa Monica’s coveted Rustic Canyon, this spectacular architectural compound, represented by Cindy Ambuehl and Blair Chang, was designed by Frank Gehry in 1978 and stunningly reimagined by Mark Mack. The perfect marriage of architectural prowess and warm, sophisticated design, the two contemporary structures form a one-of-a-kind,

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They say time flies when you’re having fun, and that sentiment certainly isn’t lost on The Agency’s Sherman Oaks office, which just celebrated its one-year anniversary with a spirited end-of-summer soirée at a stunning Encino estate.

Led by Managing Partners Craig Knizek and Michelle Schwartz, the Sherman Oaks office had plenty of reason to celebrate, having grown from five agents to nearly 30 and counting in just 12 short months. The office hit the ground running from the start, opening its doors with the record-breaking sale of the historic Smokey Robinson estate, a breathtaking, southern-style compound in Encino represented by Craig, Andrea Korchek and The Agency’s President and Co-Founder Billy Rose. The groundbreaking sale was a direct

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Hotel Bel-Air has been one of Hollywood’s most beloved hideaways for nearly three quarters of a century. With its lush gardens and classic Spanish Colonial architecture, it has lured such golden age greats as Paul Newman, Judy Garland, Lauren Bacall, Robert Redford, Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly, who frequented the hotel so often she had a suite named after her. Marilyn Monroe lived at the Bel-Air off and on during her marriages to Joe DiMaggio and Arthur Miller, and stayed there during her last photoshoot for Vogue in 1962.

It’s only fitting that the legendary L.A. hotel would tap two of the city’s most esteemed agents, Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles stars and “Billion Dollar Brits” James Harris and David Parnes to represent its most

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