One of the toughest clubs to get into in Los Angeles is changing locations again and permanently setting up shop on La Cienega Blvd, just south of Santa Monica Blvd.
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Keeping the rumor mills swirling, John Mayer and recently-single Katy Perry were spotted together on Wednesday evening leaving Los Angeles’ Chateau Marmont.
Designed by Disney theme park designer Robert F. McDonnell and his family, the La Canada Flintridge Graystone Manor has been listed for $1.5999 million.
Brought to Los Angeles by Armen Shirvanian and designed by Mark Zeff, Towne Food & Drink has soft opened in Downtown Los Angeles. Serving New American cuisine with a diverse selection of American desserts, Towne Food & Drink is headed by two chefs, Eric Hara and Ryan Morrison.
The Beverly Crest home formerly owned by football star Keyshawn Johnson has been listed for $13.75 million. The home was Esquire magazine’s first-ever “Los Angeles Esquire House” and also once owned by Paris Hilton’s ex-boyfriend Paris Latsis.
A Texas-based real estate investment trust called Weingarten has just purchased a Los Angeles shopping center called 8000 Sunset for $99 million.
Louis Vuitton the French designer brand has recently paid homage to the City of Angels with a cleverly directed short film by French director Jean-Claude Thibaut. The film was inspired as an interpretation of various cities by using gender through the lens of a video camera as a part of a series sponsored by Louis Vuitton.
Beer aficionados rejoice; the third annual Los Angeles Craft Beer Crawl will take place on August 18 and attendees will be privy to well over 50 craft beers to sample across 7 different unique bars and restaurants all within walking distance of Downtown Los Angeles.
ArtPlace, a national initiative to deploy culture as a community development tool, is funded privately by a number of major charitable foundations and banks. With $1.2 million from ArtPlace grants, downtown Los Angeles’ revitalization efforts will receive an enormous push.
According to Credit Suisse’s Los Angeles head of private banking, numerous billionaires call Los Angeles their part-time home. Haute Living looks at ten of these billionaires who make Southern California their second home.