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In a city full of stars, this historic high-rise is a total scene-stealer.  

Built in 1965 and designed by famed West Coast-based architect Jack A. Charney, the 31-story building at 9255 Doheny Road is the tallest residential tower in the greater Los Angeles area. Developed by Walter and Leo Minskoff and situated at the base of the Hollywood Hills, Sierra Towers was converted to 146 condominiums in 1974 and has been attracting industry elite ever since. Many residents (and prospective residents) are drawn to the Towers’ discreet staff, bountiful amenities and central West Hollywood location, minutes from major production studios and downtown Beverly Hills. 

“Sierra Towers is one of the most sought-after buildings in Los Angeles,” says James Harris, who

As the city lights glowed below, guests gathered with cocktails in hand to explore 1561 Blue Jay Way and take in the newly built home’s sweeping jetliner views, which span from Downtown L.A. to the Pacific. 

“It’s no surprise to me that people fall in love with this home so quickly,” said Amir Jawaherian, who represents the estate and helped with its development. “The views are incredible. Imagine waking up to these views, or seeing the sun dip down in the evenings. And Blue Jay’s design details are just as exquisite—the space is crafted to have a natural flow from room to room, making it so easy to entertain and feel at home. ”

Perched high in the coveted Bird Streets, north of the Sunset Strip, the 8,400 square foot estate boasts countless

It isn’t often that a property with such staggering views comes to market in the coveted Hollywood Hills. 1622 Viewmont Drive is perfectly positioned to capture L.A.’s most impressive panoramas. Set on an acre of hilltop land, this Hollywood Regency style home is from the imaginative mind of celebrity architect Michael Mueller, who studied under the iconic Frank Gehry. The peaceful enclave frames sweeping vistas spanning from the Downtown L.A. skyline to the Pacific Ocean and north to the Santa Monica Mountains.

“This home is a true architectural masterpiece. Michael Mueller designed it to not just frame the incredible views and exterior landscaping, but to make them an integral part of the interior living experience,” says Farrah Brittany, who

From the rarefied hilltops of Bel Air to the oak tree-shaded valleys of Northern California, these seven estates were envisioned for the ultimate wine aficionados, whether accommodating an extensive collection or a private vineyard for the aspiring winemaker. 


Called Stella Nova, this 30-acre development opportunity perched on a hilltop in Bel Air boasts unobstructed panoramic views that encompass the Pacific, Downtown L.A. and the San Gabriel Mountain range. While a buyer could put their own spin on the development, the planned estate is bursting with exquisite amenities—and at the top of the list is an on-site private-label vineyard, which allows the owner to put their own stamp (literally) on the super local harvest.

In its third annual installment of “Who’s Brokering L.A.,” the Los Angeles Business Journal has honored several outstanding professionals from The Agency’s team for their positive impact on the city’s residential real estate community and local economy. According to LABJ, this list is comprised of “brokers who have the knowledge, skills and dedication to go the extra mile for their clients.” This year, LABJ has recognized The Agency’s Founder and CEO Mauricio Umansky, Co-Founder and President Billy Rose, and dynamic agents Santiago Arana, James Harris, David Parnes, Jon Grauman and Michelle Schwartz. 

“I think I speak for all of us when I say that this is a fantastic honor,” says Mauricio. “We all work as a team, but I am personally thrilled to see

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Perched high above the Sunset Strip amidst the picturesque Bird Streets, 1895 Rising Glen proved to be the perfect setting for a summertime, sunset fête. On a balmy night in June, guests gathered to toast the West Hollywood Hills property, taking in its stunning hill-framed views—which capture a broad, glittering swath of the Sunset Strip, Palos Verdes and the ocean horizon beyond. As the sun slipped… guests sipped Peroni beers, Codigo 1530’s rose blanco tequila, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and sparkling rosé (a crowd favorite) from Malibu Rocky Oaks, alongside small bites from DCLA. 

Represented by David Parnes and James Harris and designed by world-renowned Make Architecture, the 9,400-square foot estate is a

The Hollywood Hills and the word “flat” are hardly synonymous; however, a new, modern architectural gem has melded the two, situated on an extremely rare, flat, nearly half-acre site in the highly sought-after Macapa Enclave. 7139 Macapa Drive is in a league of its own, making the most of its location amidst the rolling hills and canyons, capturing views of the Hollywood Sign, Griffith Observatory, and the downtown skyline.     

The four-bedroom, single-story home was designed and built by the acclaimed team of Unified RES to offer grand-scale features and amenities that take residential living to new heights. Masterfully designed interiors transition seamlessly to the expansive, 200-foot long, flat outdoor living area—envisioned as a private,

If you’re looking to set up home in the coveted Hollywood Hills, now’s your chance to own one of the most unique compounds the city has to offer and a piece of architectural history. Perched atop the Sunset Strip sits a gorgeous architectural compound unlike any other—8570 Hillside Avenue—an extraordinary mid-century style residence recently restored by Bohl Architects and represented by The Agency’s Aileen Comora, Paul Lester, Billy Rose and Jon Grauman.

In the following video, the home’s designer and owner, Chip Bohl, discusses some of the unique features of the residence, including 270-degree city views from each of the compound’s three structures—a main house with an eclectic blend of architectural styles throughout, a guest house originally

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…


This stunning contemporary modern– re-developed and designed by international designer Alexander Purcell Rodrigues–is located in the Hollywood Hills in the prominent community of Mt. Olympus.

"With its central location, wide streets, and killer views, Mt. Olympus has quickly become a go-to destination in the Sunset Strip," shared Eric Lavey, Director Estates Division at The Agency. "It is wonderful to see topflight designers, such as Alexander Purcell Rodrigues bring their talents to this neighborhood."

7950ElectraDrive16aOnce within the property, you are transported to another world; one of serenity far away from the hustle bustle of the city which lies just minutes below. Superior design and craftsmanship is apparent in every detail of this 4-bedroom, 5-bath