Playa Vista




Approximately 5,000 residents reside in Playa Vista. Within this diverse community are lavish single family residences, condominiums, and apartment homes. Other features/amenities/benefits that exist in Phase One are:


  • Playa Vista  Pre K-5 Elementary School – Opened August 2012

  • Dozens of Parks – Concert Park, Chess Park, Dog Parks, and many more

  • CenterPointe Club with 2 pools, spa, gym, meeting rooms, theater room, business center, and banquet rooms.                                        

  • Numerous community events include festivals, Farmers' Market, summer concerts, summer movies in the park, dinner cruises, holiday events, group classes (yoga, fitness, swimming, children’s dance, children’s artistry), free summer beach shuttle


Phase Two "The Village" is being developed consisting of retail stores, restaurants, parks, and homes. Six new neighborhoods will include brownstone flats to luxury flats and more choices in between. The new residences will be close to shopping and dining at Runway and only steps away from The Resort, the newest resident fitness and social club in the community. Playa Vista offers a wide-variety of services and entertainment to enhance your lifestyle. We invite you to call for more information and schedule an appointment to view a luxurious place that you can call HOME!



Marina Del Rey 




 This diverse affluent seaside community is in the unincorporated area of Los Angeles County. The Marina is a harbor designed with moorings for pleasure craft and small boats. Additionally, the Marina is surrounded by high-rise condominiums, hotels, apartments, shops and restaurants. Fisherman’s Village is lined with enticing restaurants and shops, offering spectacular views of the Marina. The California Yacht Club, UCLA Marina Aquatic Center and USC Information Sciences Institute are other points of interest in Marina Del Rey. The community is served by the three-mile long Marina Freeway (State Route 90), which links Marina Del Rey directly to Interstate 405.


Live blocks from the Marina and enjoy the flair of beach style living. We invite you to call for more information and schedule an appointment to view a fascinating place that you can call HOME!



Santa Monica 




Santa Monica is a beachfront city in Los Angeles County.  Santa Monica is bordered by Pacific Palisades, Brentwood, West Los Angeles, Mar Vista and Venice.  Many Hollywood celebrities and executives reside in Santa Monica.  The Downtown District is the home of the renowned Third Street Promenade, a major upscale outdoor pedestrian only shopping district.  The Santa Monica Stairs, a long, steep staircase is a popular location for an all-natural outdoor workout.  Bergamot Station is a city-owned art gallery compound that includes the Santa Monica Museum of Art. We invite you to call for more information and schedule an appointment to view a gorgeous place that you can call HOME!



Ladera Heights




Ladera Heights is divided into three sections: “Upper Ladera”, “Lower Ladera” and “Old Ladera”. Upper Ladera includes all houses north of Slauson Avenue and between La Cienega Boulevard and Shenandoah Avenue. Lower Ladera (largest area) consists of all houses south of Slauson Avenue and between Wooster Avenue and La Cienega Boulevard. Old Ladera is the smallest area, just east of La Cienega Boulevard and south of Slauson Avenue. The Ladera Center, located in Lower Ladera, hosts a number of local franchise stores and eateries. When Black entertainers and sport heroes began moving to Ladera Heights in the 1970s, many other affluent Blacks followed suit. Consequently, Ladera Heights became one of the destinations for upper income Blacks.


Synonymous with success – Ladera Heights awaits you! We invite you to call for more information and schedule an appointment to view a beautiful place that you can call HOME!





Leimert Park 




 A pre-dominantly Black community in Los Angeles, Leimert Park encompasses 1.19 square miles.  Leimert Park is considered the center of Black culture in Los Angeles. 


Developed by Walter H. Leimert (for whom the area is named) beginning in 1928 and designed by the Olmsted Brothers (sons of New York Central Park designer Frederick Law Olmsted).  Spanish Colonial style homes encompass the neighborhood. 


Eventually, Leimert Park became one of the largest Black middle class neighborhoods in the United States.  Filmmaker John Singleton called Leimert Park Village the Black Greenwich Village.  The park, at the district’s center, is adjoined by shops and the park is a popular place for performances and gatherings.


Nestle down within this historic community!  We invite you to call for more information and schedule an appointment to view a wonderful place that you can call HOME!