Michele Martin of Rodeo Realty Beverly Hills has been in real estate for more than 30 years. Since 1986, she has worked with clients in Los Angeles, specializing in Westside homes and Wilshire Corridor condominiums. Each year, Michele gets recognized for her outstanding sales record—and this year, she is also being recognized for achieving something many real estate agents may never be able to accomplish—selling more than 100 condominiums in one building alone.
Michele has now sold 103 condos at the Wilshire Regent on the Wilshire Corridor in Los Angeles, California.
“I moved into the Wilshire Regent over 17 years ago,” said Michele. “As time went by, the homeowners realized that having an agent who knows the territory and who genuinely cares about her clients and their representation was primary. I fight to get the best prices and the best end results for my buyers and sellers, constantly focusing on their individual needs.”
In addition to the Wilshire Regent, she’s also sold in almost all of the Wilshire Corridor buildings. Michele just completed a sale, which marks the highest price ever for the building, and she’s done the same with her sales at the Blair House.
Congratulations Michele on your accomplishments!
Plans for a 70-story, 810-foot mixed-use development have been revealed for downtown Los Angeles’ South Park neighborhood. The tower is currently referred to as 1045 Olive and it will be the tallest residential building in Southern California.
According to Urbanize LA, 1045 Olive will include 794 apartments, and 12,504 sq. ft. of retail space.
The building is being developed by Miami-based Crescent Heights, which also developed Century City’s Ten Thousand tower along Santa Monica Boulevard, and was designed by ODA New York. According to Curbed, no low-income units have been decided on for the building. The Los Angeles Business Journal mentioned Crescent Heights paid $11.5 million for the half-acre site in 2015.
A development timeline has not been revealed.
A 1,054-square-foot loft inside the National Biscuit Company building has made news in Curbed for its historic features.
The unit, listed by Rodeo Realty Sunset agent Nick Small, offers 16-foot ceilings and maple wood floors that date back to 1925. According to Curbed, the lofts building is a Historic-Cultural Monument that is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The fifth floor space has a massive wall of operable windows surrounded by cement and exposed brick interior elements. Additional features include a kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a large bath with double sinks, marble surfaces and Bosch washer & dryer.
The Biscuit Company Lofts building was reportedly constructed as a headquarters for the National Biscuit Company, or Nabisco. According to Curbed, the building has attracted many well-known tenants over its time such as actor Nicholas Cage, who sold his loft in 2012.
1850 Industrial Street Unit #515 is listed for $779,000.
For more information on this loft, click HERE.
To read the Curbed story on this listing, click HERE.
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