Rodeo Realty’s Beverly Hills agent Michele Martin sells 103 condos at Wilshire Regent

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!

Condo listed by Rodeo Realty’s Studio City agent Genevieve Mishlen featured on Curbed

Featured on Curbed is a West Hollywood condo listed by Genevieve Mishlen of Rodeo Realty Studio City.

The completely remodeled residence was one of five homes and condos that Curbed explored for their ‘Curbed Comparisons: What $1M buys around LA.’

“This very outgoing West Hollywood condo is located in the Leland Bryant-designed Granville Towers, which has an illustrious list of former residents that includes David Bowie and Rock Hudson,” said Curbed.

The 1,100-square foot unit with two bedrooms and one bathroom was compared to a Silver Lake Craftsman, a midcentury home in Glendale, a loft in Santa Monica, and a home in the Hollywood Riviera neighborhood of Torrance.

Built in 1930, the home also has a large living room, a formal dining room, a master with a walk-in closet, and a second bedroom that can be used as a guest room or office.

“Building amenities include a pool and landscaped grounds perfect for luxuriating,” said Curbed.

The condo is currently being offered at $999,000. For more details on this property, click HERE.

To read the ‘Curbed Comparisons’ article, click HERE.

64-Story Condo Tower Next to FIGat7th could get underway by 2019

In June—on the very same day the 73-story Wilshire Grand opened to the public—developer Brookfield Properties filed plans to construct a new 64-story skyscraper right across the street.

Now, the Los Angeles Department of City Planning has released an initial study that offers new details about the project and gives an idea of when we can expect to see it rise. According to preliminary plans, construction on the tower would get underway in 2019 and wrap up in 2023.

The huge new development would be built at 945 West Eight Street, immediately west of the FIGat7th shopping center. It’s set to include 781 residential condos, plus 6,700 square feet of retail space. The tower would sit atop an 11-floor podium, which would be partially underground and would include commercial space and parking for 831 cars and 867 bikes.

Marmol-Radziner and Large Architecture are designing the project, which would have a neatly contemporary design with walls of glass and plenty of balcony space for residents. Planned amenities include a swimming pool, a fitness room, “indoor and outdoor recreational space,” and a community room.

In addition to these private amenities, the project would also incorporate publicly accessible open space, including an outdoor plaza that could include seating for a possible restaurant.

The development may not be the only new tower popping up in the area. On the other side of Figueroa Street, developer Mitsui Fudosan America plans to construct a 43-story high-rise with 436 rental units and 10,000 square feet of commercial space.

Rendering courtesy Brookfield 

Story by Curbed. 

Condo listed by Rodeo Realty’s Studio City agent Todd Jones featured in Curbed

A 1940s Hancock Park condo, listed by Todd Jones of Rodeo Realty Studio City, is featured in Curbed for being stylish, compact, and priced at $440k!

The regency-style condo is located in the Melrose district. The one-bedroom unit has wood floors, fancy ceilings, and plantation shutters that pair well with a cool, pastel palette.

The 685 sq. ft. home has the right amount of space and is “a breath of fresh air,” as described by Curbed.

To read the Curbed article on this condo, click HERE.

Rodeo Realty’s Peter Maurice and Tregg Rustad’s ultra-modern condominium featured in LA Times


Featured in the Los Angeles Times is a 15th-floor corner condominium in the Diplomat building, listed by Peter Maurice and Tregg Rustad of Rodeo Realty Beverly Hills. The corner unit was featured as the ‘Home of the Day.’

“The formal entry leads to light and bright gallery-worthy spaces with views that extend from Century City to the ocean,” said the LA Times.

The museum-quality residence has a corner dining area that seat 12, an oversized living room with fireplace, a large terrace with water feature and vertical succulent garden.

The ultra-modern condo also has two opulent bedroom suites, a master suite with a walk-in closet, a guest suite with hand screened Japanese wall covering, a large den, and a wet bar.

The unit is being offered at $1.999 million. HOA dues are $2,370/month and include earthquake insurance, water, cable, internet, and building amenities.

To read the LA Times feature on this condominium, click HERE.

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Rodeo Realty's Beverly Hills agent Joe Babajian lists longtime home of late singer Natalie Cole


The luxurious Los Angeles condominium of the late singer-songwriter Natalie Cole has come up for sale for $2.995 million.

Rodeo Realty’s Joe Babajian is one of the listing agents to the 10th-floor double unit located in The Grand Westwood.

Since coming on the market, the listing has made news in Variety and Los Angeles Times.


The condo measures almost 3,600 square feet and has four bedroom and four bathrooms. The interior space with marble floors and beige walls, includes a living, dining and family rooms and a renovated kitchen with custom cabinetry and a wet bar. The master suite has dual bathrooms, an office/den, a walk-in dressing room, and a private terrace.


The nine-time Grammy winner, who passed away last year at age 65, reportedly purchased the home in 2003.

To read Variety’s article on the listing, click HERE.
Los Angeles Times story, HERE.

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