What does the future hold for this television landmark?
Canines preened and kids jumped in a bounce house on Lucerne.
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Hancock Park | $3,995,000 Mediterranean on prime street with 4 bedrooms, 2 new baths up, kitchen & yard with pool.
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Hancock Park | $3,449,000 Gated, Chic Colonial in Windsor Square! Gleaming hrdwd flrs, trad center hall flr plan.
Hancock Park | $2,995,000 Charming Windsor Sq. home w/4bed. Gourmet kit w/large family. Remodeled. AC/heat.
Hancock Park | $2,200,000 Impressive 4 beds + 4.5 baths + huge entertainment room + guest house. 4205west6th.com
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Honoring our industrial roots — Television City and entertainment Cities are shaped by many forces, not the least of which are the vocations of its residents at key points in history. Just as our homes and neighborhoods reflect our ways of living in a place, our work environments also tell stories. Los Angeles was primarily
agricultural in the first years of its existence. Remnants of those eras are still present in rare farmhouses and outbuildings in some parts of the city. In addition to agriculture (and the somewhat related production of oil), two industries built the city. The first
was the motion picture / entertainment industry, which came to Los Angeles in 1910. After World War I, the aviation industry made its mark. SurveyLA has acknowledged these as pivotal forces in shaping the city’s development. The stories of these work environments
Two Special Properties SOLD! 722 S. Muirfield Road Redone house with 5+4.5 plus library/study, family room, large scale rooms and 3rd level with 2 bonus rooms. List Price:
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are reflected in the built environment: studio complexes, air fields, laboratories, film processing plants, warehouses, recording facilities, office buildings and retail spaces. Rancho La Brea One of these sites has been in the news recently, touted as a major “development opportunity.” Television City on Beverly Blvd. was built in 1961, as the major West Coast operational facility for CBS Broadcasting. It is built on land with an even longer history: part of the Rancho LaBrea portion of the Gilmore McAvoy on family’s holdings. Gilmore, Preservation by of Gilmore Oil Christy and Farmers Market fame, McAvoy had entertainment and recreation venues (a race track, baseball field, etc.) on the land before selling it to CBS in 1950. More land was added to the complex in 1958 as production continued to grow. William Pereira The purpose-built modern corporate structure was the brainchild of William Pereira, known for his work in master planning for universities (USC, UC Irvine, and others) and cities. Pereira had strong ties to the Hancock Park / Wilshire area. The architect lived on Rossmore Ave.; his offices were in the Miracle Mile. His successor firm Johnson Fain is still renowned in Los Angeles architecture. Pereira came to Los Angeles
from Chicago in the 1930s, started a partnership with Charles Luckman, and was a professor at USC. His notable works included Television City, the original buildings at LACMA on Wilshire, and the Disneyland Hotel, as well as dozens of corporate office structures throughout the city. He participated in the expansion of LAX in the 1960s and designed San Francisco’s Transamerica Tower. His association with the Chandler family gave us an addition to the Times-Mirror Square complex downtown; his knowledge and interest in the entertainment industry and friendship with William Paley led to additions to Columbia Square in Hollywood and then to Television City. The stark and simple modern complex on Beverly Blvd. is noted for its black-and-white theme (a nod to TV technology of the era) with accents of red. That black-and-white scheme served internally to differentiate areas of permanence and those that could be expanded. Iconic TV There were originally four soundstages, with more added in later decades. Those soundstages were the homes of nowiconic productions that defined their eras: game shows like “The Price is Right,” soap operas, sitcoms (“All in the Family”) and variety (Carol (Please turn to page 3)
VAN NUYS HOUSE is getting a make-over.
Local tattoo artist is ‘Shining Star’ Bob Day’s tradition of service began with his great grandfather’s music store at First & Spring Streets. Bob continues that legacy of service as a top Realtor with Coldwell Banker Hancock Park.
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Windsor Square resident and tattoo artist Katherine von Drachenberg, otherwise known as Kat Von D, owner of High Voltage Tattoo and Kat Von D Beauty, was honored by the Peggy Albrecht Friendly House with the Shining Star award at a luncheon at the Beverly Hilton Hotel last month. The award is for philanthropic endeavors, both volunteering and donations from the proceeds of beauty products she has created. In 2007, Kat Von D set the Guinness World Record for doing the most tattoos in 24 hours, do-
nating all proceeds to charity. Van Nuys house Kat Von D moved to the neighborhood late last year after she purchased the “Van Nuys house” at 4th St. and Lorraine Blvd. for $6.5 million, according to the “Los Angeles Times.” The three-story Victorian house, built in 1890 on 6th St. (at the site that now is the Rampart Division police station), was moved in 1914 to the then-new subdivision of Windsor Square. Its original owner was San (Please turn to page 6)
274 Muirfield Road • $5,750,000
TELEVISION CITY has been touted as a major development opTom Gardner Collection/L.A. Conservancy archives portunity.
(Continued from page 2) Burnett and Red Skelton). The “Los Angeles Times” recently quoted a producer as saying that Television City “represents a pinnacle of high production standards in television . . . The site ought to be declared a national historic landmark because of the number of legendary programs that emanated from (it) . . . ” (“Los Angeles Times,” Oct. 7, 2017). What next? What is next for this important and iconic facility, once on the cutting edge of technological innovation? Will it join the Theme Building at LAX, Stuart Pharmaceuticals in Pasadena, Bullocks Pasadena, John Lautner’s Silvertop residence and others of its era as a preservation success story? Will it follow the lead of Para-
mount, Fox, and other studio complexes to master plan for integrating historic resources with new facilities? The current steward, CBS, has a decision to make as it contemplates future development. Sell to the highest bidder, or encourage a project that preserves a significant piece of Los Angeles history and architecture for future generations? The building still has work to do, and plenty of creativity left to foster. One of our most creative industries needs to put those skills to work to preserve its own legacy. Christy Johnson McAvoy, a former president both of the Los Angeles Conservancy and the California Preservation Foundation, as well as an Advisor to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, founded Historic Resources Group in Hollywood.
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Agent co-writes series on city’s best architects By Suzan Filipek When Bret Parsons learned “one of the best homes in Hancock Park” was for sale for $595,000, he wrote to the real estate agent. When she phoned him, she was probably surprised when his mother answered, saying, “He’s in school right now… high school.” “They had a big laugh,” Parsons said last month while taking a break from his work on a 12-volume series, “Master Architects of Southern California 1920-1940.” He is still taken with beautiful homes, today as a Realtor with the Coldwell Banker Beverly Hills North Office, the highest-grossing residential real estate office in the U.S., and as director of the architectural division. With co-authors architect Marc Appleton and architectural historian Steve Vaught, he is working on the second book in the series, featuring Roland Coate, expected to be published early next year. A onetime home of Howard Hughes on Muirfield Rd. is among Coate’s works. “After first renting, Hughes ultimately purchased the house for $135,000… and it would remain his principal California residence between 1928 and 1942,” according to text from the upcoming book. To follow Coate in the series is Wallace Neff — architect of The Ralph J. Chandler Home on Rossmore. Inspired by the Garden Pavilion of Versailles and Petit Trianon, the 8,000-square-foot estate cur(Please turn to page 5)
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“WE HAVE SOME of the most beautiful homes in the world,” Bret Parsons says in front of a Beaux Arts-style home on S. Windsor.
(Continued from page 4) rently is being renovated. (The shipping executive was a nephew of Norman Chandler, married to Dorothy “Buff” Chandler; the power couple who lived on Lorraine.) Architect Paul Williams will follow Neff. Williams was designer of the building renovation that became the nowgone Perino’s Restaurant on Wilshire and Norton. Eight more architects who made their mark in the early 20th century will be portrayed in the subsequent volumes. Parsons and his co-authors seek to document the “great old estates of Los Angeles before bulldozers get them,” he said.
There’s no shortage of real estate to choose from. Southern California, from Santa Barbara to San Diego, including Palm Springs, is the greatest home building region in the world, he says. He credits the topography, climate, wealth and the formidable creative talent found here. “We’re unstoppable… It’s like a perfect storm.” While he appreciates wellconstructed new homes, he’s disappointed with the boxy, “bento-box” style homes popping up all over town. “They’re popular because they’re cheap to build,” and buyers like them “because they’re new.” They come rife with problems, he says, including few (Please turn to page 10)
Meticulously maintained gated Colonial in Windsor Square. Traditional center hall plan with gleaming hardwood floors. 4 bedrooms / 2 sleek marble baths upstairs; 2 half-baths down. Large family room with fireplace; breakfast area and office overlooking rear yard with pool / spa. 1-bedroom guesthouse!
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112 FREMONT PLACE Six Beds | Six 1/2 Baths | 5,753 sqft | 33,374 sqft lot Beautifully renovated single-story California Ranch on a corner lot in coveted Fremont Place with two-bed guest house. High ceilings, abundant natural light and a modern open floorplan that seamlessly connects the indoor to the outdoor. Four bedrooms on main floor including luxurious master suite, plus twobedroom guest quarters. LISTED AT $7,295,000. Co-Listed with Coldwell Banker|Michael Libow
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Cocktails, new members on WSHPHS menu The Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society is hosting a new member cocktail party at a private home on S. Lucerne Blvd. on Sun., Nov. 19 from 5 to 7 p.m. “Kiel Fitzgerald and Jeffrey Reuben have graciously agreed to host our new member party,” said Judith Zeller, WSHPHS president. The home was built in 1920 and has a rich history. The cur-
rent owners have transformed the house into the quintessentially updated Windsor Square home, added Zeller.
Visit www.wshphs.org to join the Society and call for more information on the meeting at 310-729-2697.
Kat Von D
raine for many years with his wife, Emily. Lately, neighbors have been chatting about the exterior repainting of the historic house in a bright red color reminiscent of the Kat Von D line of lipsticks.
(Continued from page 2) Fernando Valley pioneer farmer and downtown real estate investor Isaac N. Van Nuys. His son, J. Benton Van Nuys, occupied the house on Lor-
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SOLD: This home at 441 S. Plymouth Blvd. was sold in September for $3,600,000.
138 N. Norton Ave. Listed at $1,950,000
Open Sunday, November 5th 1 - 4pm First time on the market in 43 years. Prime location on tree lined extra wide street in Windsor Square. Spacious rooms with a great floor plan that flows out onto a leafy flat garden on a generous size lot of 8,986 sq. ft. 2 beds up and I bathroom, 1 bed down, bathroom and bonus room down with 2,513 sq. ft. Amazing potential for renovators!!
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1603 N Fairfax Ave Sold $ $2,673,500 Represented Buyer New construction on the corner of Selma and Fairfax just below Hollywood Hills. 4 beds, 5 baths 3,435 sq feet.
441 S Plymouth Blvd. | Sold $3,600,000 Represented Buyer Superb location and meticulously designed home. 4 bedroom / 4 baths 3,864 sq.ft.
323.356.1311 firstname.lastname@example.org CalBRE #: 01510192 119 N. Larchmont Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90004 ©2017 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. All Rights Reserved. Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Opportunity Act. Each Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office is owned by a subsidiary of NRT LLC. Coldwell Banker® and the Coldwell Banker Logo, Coldwell Banker Previews International® and the Coldwell Banker Previews International Logo, are registered service marks owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Broker does not guarantee the accuracy of square footage, lot size or other information concerning the condition or features of property provided by seller or obtained from public records or other sources, and the buyer is advised to independently verify the accuracy of that information through personal inspection and with appropriate professionals.
Single-family homes 363 S. Las Palmas Ave. 645 S. Muirfield Rd. 428 S. June St. 441 S. Plymouth Blvd. 304 Lorraine Blvd. 615 S. McCadden Pl. 842 S. Citrus Ave. 461 N. Mansfield Ave. 275 S. Rossmore Ave. 348 S. Arden Blvd. 402 S. Mansfield Ave. 852 S. Mullen Ave. 108 N. Norton Ave. 580 N. Arden Blvd. 244 S. Arden Blvd. 123 N. Norton Ave. 591 N. Bronson Ave. 300 S. Sycamore Ave. 722 S. Muirfield Rd. 324 N. Ridgewood Pl. 237 N. Lucerne Blvd. 437 N. Windsor Blvd. 603 S. Mansfield Ave. 932 S. Rimpau Blvd. 937 Westchester Pl. 301 N. Windsor Blvd.
$7,285,000 3,750,000 3,750,000 3,600,000 3,455,660 3,250,000 3,100,000 3,025,000 2,900,000 2,850,000 2,720,000 2,695,000 2,550,000 2,400,000 2,337,500 2,075,000 1,901,500 1,750,000 1,650,000 1,609,300 1,510,000 1,480,000 1,396,000 1,325,000 1,220,000 1,220,000
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Warm welcome at Ebell
EBELL CLUB MEMBER Karlene Taylor (right) and friends enjoy an afternoon of desserts and champagne at the open house.
Some 500 guests attended Ebell of Los Angeles’ recent open house to view the historic building and learn about the 124-year-old women’s club. The event’s dual purpose was to showcase the Italian Renaissance three-story building and to interest prospective members in the cultural and philanthropic programs offered by the club. The Ebell enrolled 91 new
members during the twohour event Sept. 24. The drive for new members is continuing and includes offering discounted memberships. Guests toured the building, viewed the wardrobe collection and an art exhibit, dined on dessert, sipped champagne and visited with chairs of the group’s many committees. For more information, go to ebelloflosangeles.com.
Applications due for award Dec. 1 The Los Angeles Conservancy is now accepting applications for its 2018 Preservation Awards, which recognize outstanding achievement in the field of historic preservation in Los Angeles County. Applications are due by Fri., Dec. 1 at 5 p.m. Recipients will be announced Feb. 2018. Visit laconservance.org/ awards.
248 s. Van ness ave. • s O L D $4,249,000 List Price
VISITORS were invited to tour the historic building and enjoy refreshments by new Executive Chef Dan Cincis.
VINTAGE FASHION collection at The Ebell has over 800 costumes.
CicLAvia “pLAy Day in LA” is at The Fig House, 6433 N. Figueroa St., Sun., Nov. 5 from noon to 4 p.m. The fundraiser event will have music, food, raffles and more. Tickets are $50 for children 14 years old and under; $150 general admission, and $200 at the door. The next CicLAvia event? Mark your calendars for Sun., Dec. 10, from 9 a.m. to 3 pm., as the carfree event leads down Wilshire Blvd., from downtown to Koreatown. Visit ciclavia.org.
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MUSEUM ROw Make garlands of gratitude at Zimmer, Tijuana-style shop at CAFAM ZIMMER CHILDREN'S MUSEUM—Celebrate National S.T.E.M/S.T.E.A.M Day Sun.,
Nov. 12 from 1 to 4 p.m. with an activity presented by Stratford School, where tradition
meets 21st century learning. Make Garlands of Gratitude Sun., Nov. 19 from 2 to 4 p.m.
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Concert with Luis is Sun., Nov. 26 at 3 p.m. featuring rock, reggae, ska and folk. 6505 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 100; 323-761-8984; zimmermuseum.org. JAPAN FOUNDATION— “The Light in the Shadow: Expression of Sumi Ink,” a lecture and demonstration by artist Yoshio Ikezaki, is Thurs., Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. Free. Japanema: films screen the second and fourth Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. Free. 5700 Wilshire Blvd., 323761-7510; jflalc.org. LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART— “1917/1918: Looking Backward, Stepping Forward,” opens Nov. 4. Ends April 1. • “Director's Series: Michael Govan and Cheech Marin” is Mon., Nov. 6 at 7:30 p.m. Free; tickets required. • “Painted in Mexico, 17001790: Pinxit Mexici” opens Nov. 19. Ends March 18. • “Chagall: Fantasies for the Stage” ends Jan. 7 • “Creatures of the Earth, Sea, and Sky: Painting the Panamanian Cosmos” ends April 15, 2018. • Free music programs feature Jazz at LACMA in the BP Grand Entrance Fridays at 6 p.m. through November. Latin Sounds is Saturdays at 5 p.m. in Hancock Park, through November. Sundays Live weekly chamber music at 6 is in the Bing Theater year-round. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., 323857-6000; lacma.org. LOS ANGELES MUSEUM OF THE HOLOCAUST— Annual dinner gala, “Preserve the Legacy,” is Sun., Nov. 5 at 5 p.m. honoring CNN's Wolf Blitzer. • “Filming the Camps: From Hollywood to Nuremberg — John Ford, Samuel Fuller, Geroge Stevens,” on exhibit. Docent-led tours are Sundays at 2 p.m., followed by a Holocaust survivor speaker at
PORTRAIT of Doña María Tomasa Durán López de Cárdenas in LACMA's “Painted in Mexico” exhibit.
3 p.m. Pan Pacific Park, 100 S. Grove Dr., 323-651-3704; lamoth.org. Free. PETERSEN AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM—“Made in Italy” details the process of bringing the Maserati Levante luxury SUV to market from concept to creation. • “Cars & Conversation,” a tour of the mechanic's shop with shop manager Adam Mashiach, is Sat., Nov. 11 from 8 to 10 a.m. • “The High Art of Riding Low: Ranflas, Corazón e Inspiración” ends July 15, 2018. • “Seeing Red: 70 Years of Ferrari” ends April 2018. 6060 Wilshire Blvd., 323903-2277; petersen.org. LA BREA TAR PITS & MUSEUM—Talk on climate change on Thursdays at 6 p.m.: “A Tale of Two Cities in a Hotter World: Los Angeles and Beijing” is Nov. 2, “Imagined Futures for a Hotter Planet,” Nov. 16. Free, limited tickets at the door. • “Titans of the Ice Age: The La Brea Story in 3D” screens daily. Encounters with a (lifesize puppet) saber-toothed cat are featured Fridays through Sundays. 5801 Wilshire Blvd., 323934-PAGE; tarpits.org. CRAFT AND FOLK ART MUSEUM—“God's Eye Yarn Weaving” family workshop is Sun., Nov. 12 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. • Handmade LA: Holiday Marketplace is Sat., Nov. 25 and Sun., Nov. 26, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. • “Object: Pop-up Shop” Saturdays Nov. 25 and Dec. 30 will be designed after a Tijuana shop. Open museum hours. • “The US-Mexico Border: Place, Imagination and Possibility” ends Jan. 7. 5814 Wilshire Blvd., 323937-4230; cafam.org; free on Sundays. KOREAN CULTURAL CENTER—Korean Movie Night is Thurs., Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. 5505 Wilshire Blvd., 323936-7141; kccla.org.
LiBRARy CALenDAR Latin rhythms, origami, crochet, paper cutting and meditation FREMONT LIBRARY 6121 Melrose Ave. 323-962-3521 Children Latin rhythms with Sandra Sandia: Wed., Nov. 8 at 4 p.m. BARK: Reading to therapy dogs Sat., Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. Adults Origami club: All ages, child to adult, Thurs., Nov. 9, 4 p.m. Play reading theater: Fri., Nov. 17, 3 p.m. Crochet circle: Sat., Nov. 18 at 3:30 p.m. FAIRFAX LIBRARY 161 S. Gardner St. 323-936-6191 Children Preschool storytime: Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. Kids computer class: Thurs., Nov. 30 at 4 p.m. STAR storytime with Kathy: Mondays at 3 p.m. Adults Quilting guild: Sat., Nov. 4, 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Art of meditation: Sat., Nov. 25, 2 to 3 p.m. MEMORIAL LIBRARY 4625 W. Olympic Blvd. 323-938-2732 Children
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421 S. Van Ness Ave. #16 | $920,000 3Bd / 3Ba Town House located in Hancock Park, Third Street School District. Largest Unit in the complex. Side by side parking spaces #25 & 26. H.O.A. dues $485/month. 1,960sq.ft. Open Sundays, 1:00-4:00PM
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(Continued from page 5) windows that open, leading to poor cross-ventilation and therefore requiring air conditioning 24/7. Amazing Hancock Park “What’s interesting about Hancock Park is it’s always been half the price of Beverly Hills.” That’s what’s preserved it, he says. While developers will tear down homes in pricier neighborhoods and build
new “soulless” structures, the profit here was more in renovation and restoration. “Original houses perfectly renovated will sell in two seconds for top dollar.” And, of course, the areas’ Historic Preservation Overlay Zones helped retain the neighborhoods, while bucolic streets on the Westside and elsewhere are gone, Parsons laments. “This area makes us remember a happier, more graceful, gentle time. I think people
long for that.” The other amazing thing about Hancock Park is every top architect in Southern California worked here between 1915 to 1941. Movie studio craftsmen got involved — in between movie work — adding to the fine craftsmanship, creativity and character of the homes. Parsons lives in Windsor Village in a home designed in 1941 by architect Edith Northman, “a female in very much a man’s world.” Gordon B. Kaufmann Gordon B. Kaufmann, who designed Greystone Mansion, the Los Angeles Times Art Deco building and Hoover Dam, is the first in the Master Architects series. The coffee table-size book was published last year by Tailwater Press and Angel City Press. The cover features a vintage photo of the reflecting pool at the Mediterranean-style home at Muirfield Rd. and Sixth St. The estate on a double lot was sold two years ago for a record $16 million by Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith to Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos and Nicole Avant, former Ambassador to the Bahamas. Named after the original owners, Isador and Leila Eisner, the 15,110 square foot house is on a 1.55-acre parcel. Designed by Kaufmann in 1925, the house features a series of courtyards. “If the house were built with a garden in front,” Kaufmann said in an article at the time, “neither garden nor house would be protected from the stares of the curious.” (Please turn to page 14)
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