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Crest Obtains Permitting for One of The World’s Most Expensive Homes featured in Architectural Digest

Architect Paul McClean and interior designer Kathryn Rotondi worked on the $340 million dollar home located in Los Angeles. Entitled by Crest Real Estate. The 105,000 square foot properly took eight years to build which required 600 builders. The home is inspired by the environment and history of Los Angeles modernism which features a neutral […]

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Jason Somers Obtains Permits to Restore a Hollywood Legend in BH

President of Crest Real Estate, Jason Somers, is overseeing the project on 1033 Woodland Drive to help restore the beautiful home built in 1942. The Beverly Hills Planning Commission approved the conditional Historic Incentive Permits (HIP) that would deviate or waive development standards set by the Beverly Hills Municipal Code. The property must be considered […]

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Types of Landscape and Urban Planning

Urban planning involves the development and design of urban areas, which is essential for the creation of towns and cities. The urban planning process is comprehensive and encompasses many different sites and activities, which include transportation, buildings, the use of open land, social functions, and economic functions. In many situations, urban planning is used as […]

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Utilizing the City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering

When you want to complete a construction project of any type, it’s possible that the project will need to be reviewed by the Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering. The Bureau of Engineering is responsible for approval and full oversight of permits within the public right-of-way for the city. Their jurisdiction extends to any construction project […]

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