Crest Obtains Permits & Manages Entitlements: Opening Up City Views Obstructed By Neighboring Landscaping

Beverly Hills Spec House featured in The Wall Street Journal

Crest obtains permits and manages entitlements for a $39MM Beverly Hills Spec House to open up city views obstructed by neighboring landscaping in the Trousdale Estates.

From the WSJ article:

The newly constructed house was developed by a group of investors led by local residents Lisa and Jonathan Bloch. The project is the first spec house to be designed by Mark Rios, one of the architects behind the renovation of the iconic Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. In the past, Mr. Rios said, he has designed homes for music executive Clive Davis and television producer Darren Star.

The six-bedroom, modern home spans roughly 12,500 square feet across two levels. Mr. Rios, a founder of RCH Studios, said he designed the house and garden to take advantage of a “killer view” of the Los Angeles basin.

The property has a dramatic entrance, with a 13-foot-tall architectural wall separating the house from the street for privacy. The 15-foot-high water feature is just outside the front door, with water falling from the top floor into a reflecting pool on the lower level.

Read the full article at The Wall Street Journal.

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