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From The Hollywood Reporter:
Promontory pioneering may be a real estate art form perfected in Los Angeles. Bel Air, Trousdale Estates and the Bird Streets — areas that are prized for their relative bounty of jutting chunks of land tailor-made for capturing 270-degree, downtown-to-ocean panoramas — have been at the center of the city’s recent full- frontal-view obsession. But that mania for scoring an A-list cityscape has launched prices into astronomical territory, according to Hilton & Hyland real estate agent Branden Williams. The search for protruding properties has pushed him into “the taboo land east of the Sunset Strip,” he says. “The reality is, there’s very little margin left in Trousdale and the Bird Streets.”
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