Rodeo Realty’s Josh Flagg current listing recently featured in the LA Times Hot Property
Josh Flagg of Rodeo Realty Beverly Hills currently holds the listing for actress and model Lily Collins West Hollywood Condominium. The Jack A. Charney designed high-rise-Sierra Towers was built in 1965 and is a corner unit with approximately 1,700 sq. ft of space.
As the publication notes…
“Lily Collins is ready to fly the coop in West Hollywood, listing her condominium of about a decade for sale at $2.995 million”.
The spacious abode features walls of windows with stunning views of DTLA to Century City. The LA Times goes on to note additional highlights of the West Hollywood property and Lily Collins most notable roles. Stating as follows of the property…
“The main living area is largely devoted to open-plan space and consists of living and dining rooms, a wet bar and an updated kitchen. A custom walk-in closet/dressing room and a built-in office are part of the master suite. A private terrace extends the living area outdoors. The condo also features full service and has valet parking, 24-hour security and a swimming pool.
Collins, 29, is the daughter of musician Phil Collins and antique dealer Jill Tavelman. She got her first taste of show business at the age of 2 with a role on the BBC show “Growing Pains.” Since then, Collins has scored film roles in “Mirror Mirror” (2012), “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” (2013) and Warren Beatty’s “Rules Don’t Apply” (2016).”
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (October 17, 2018) Tam Nguyen of Rodeo Realty Beverly Hills is celebrating a different major sale as of last week. Nguyen having log received accolades for real estate, recently flexed her creative skills for charity. This was showcased over the weekend at the Nancy Vuu+ Unicef Benefit Fashion show.
The charitable event was hosted at a beautiful Estate in the Hollywood Hills that was once featured on Million Dollar Listing. The event was organized by Nancy Vuu, a friend of Tam, and drew in a slew of global fashion industry leaders and entertainment influencers.
To show her support, Tam created a stunning Oil on Canvas portrait which was the only art piece auctioned off at the event for an astounding $5,000. Aptly titled “The Isabella”–the piece featured Nancy Vuu’s own daughter, Isabella in a one-of-a kind gown that was part of the designers first collection.
Through the Nancy Vuu foundation, the event was able to bring additional awareness to the L.A. community. The Nancy Vuu foundation is a major advocate for child welfare and prides themselves on upholding the values outlined in their mission statement.
“Our passion is for today’s youth and to reach out to the broken. Too often a child and/or teen is stripped of their identity due to a serious illness, losing a loved one, abuse, or even poverty. Our hope is that through creating positive experiences that can help build confidence, we will begin to unleash our children to their full potential and greatness. We welcome youth with extenuating circumstances to be a part of the NANCY VUU Family through our fashion projects to experience this transformational culture. We also partner with numerous other charity organizations to make a bigger impact in empowering GOOD.”
The event was organized to raise awareness and support for the fight to end child trafficking, a global epidemic that UNICEF has incorporated into their worldwide mission.
About The Nancy Vuu Foundation:
VISION: To create a global culture that values and celebrates diversity, and a culture that instills great worth and confidence in our youth.
MISSION: To creatively use our fashion platform to empower today’s generation with courage and boldness to express themselves, by releasing hope through beautiful transformations as we help restore and build identity.
PURPOSE: To empower both women & children to recognize that every individual, regardless of their circumstance, is unique, beautiful and wonderfully fashioned. By doing so, we believe that this will create a culture shift that will enable them to embrace and walk in to their full identity.
“We believe that every person is Fashioned for LOVE & GREATNESS. ” – Nancy Vuu
About UNICEF USA- End Trafficking Project:
The End Trafficking Project is UNICEF USA’s initiative to raise awareness about child trafficking and mobilize communities to take meaningful action to help protect children. In partnership with concerned individuals and groups, the End Trafficking Project aims to bring us all closer to a day when there are no exploited children.
If you wish to get involved in charitable efforts to end trafficking and support the betterment of child welfare visit the Nancy Vuu or UNICEF foundation pages by clicking the links below.