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This summer I was able to take my family to ONE of our favorite countries in the world, Italy. It’s a place with such rich history, exquisite beauty and indescribable elegance that you truly have to experience it for yourself. …very much like ONE LUXE – luxury properties and the elite real estate professionals who manage them, from Realty ONE Group. For 16 years, Realty ONE Group has helped buyers and sellers find the right home. But luxury real estate properties and the process of buying and selling them is different. Distinct. Special. Exhilarating. Like all things luxury, it’s an experience unmatched. From beach front villas and sprawling estates to homes designed to showcase an unrivaled wine collection. Luxury homes are timeless, requiring a certain professional with intuition and know-how to make the perfect match. The lifestyle that accompanies a ONE LUXE property is equally special, something carefully detailed in this, our inaugural edition of the ONE LUXE Magazine and the unique editions that will follow. I still have the sights, sounds and tastes of Italy seared into my brain. I can’t wait to return. But until then, I’ll enjoy all the beauty the rest of the world has to offer like the images captured in the ONE LUXE Magazine on our first anniversary of the launch of ONE LUXE.

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JOAN On Top in Paradise Valley

BY MELISSA KANDEL

There’s a luxury real estate agent and a luxury real estate agent.

Joan Levinson is the latter. Eponymously branded as “Joan Levinson, Paradise Valley Luxury Real Estate Expert,” the Realty ONE Group agent is the No. 1 REALTOR® in Arizona—and has been for the past three consecutive years. With more than $1 billion in career sales, she’s nationally ranked by Newsweek as one of “America’s Best Realtors, 2020” and is consistently placed at the very apex of every annual top-performing agent list you can imagine. She’s sold two of the five most expensive properties ever purchased in Arizona and has appeared (along with her extraordinary listings) on the pages of Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, FOX, ABC, NBC, Architectural Digest and more. Her clients are Fortune 500 company owners, powerhouse business executives, professional athletes and A-list celebrities who entrust her to help them buy and sell the most incredible homes in Paradise Valley and beyond.

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I ANSWER MY PHONE all the time, SHE EXPLAINS. There’s no answering service that says, ‘sorry, we’re open from ten to six, call back on monday. People who are in the luxury real estate market want to talk to you right away.

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Levinson’s undeniable mystique as a premier luxury agent doesn’t mean she spends her days in some large, plush-velvet office, delegating work to a team. No, Levinson is involved in every aspect of her business, right down to selecting first and last photos that appear in the MLS and first and last rooms her clients are shown when they walk through a property. It’s part of her exclusive, hands-on, concierge service that luxury buyers not only like but also expect. Levinson is attuned to the communications style of her high-end clients as much as she is their needs. “A lot of times, somebody doesn’t know exactly what they want even if they think they do,” she says, recalling one home search for a client seeking “about a $7.5 or $8 million contemporary build high up on the mountain.” After showing him every property currently available that showcased Arizona’s alpine views with chic detail, Levinson knew he hadn’t found the one, mostly because the homes they looked at were so much like the one he already owned.

“I told him, ‘You know, you need to come out with me another day, I’ve got some things that might interest you,’” Levinson explains, and even as she recalls the story, there’s a tinge of still-present excitement in her voice. “During that second outing, I sold him a Santa Barbara house on flat land that was about $11 million,” Levinson says. “So, I sold him on flat when he asked to be higher, I sold him on Santa Barbara when he asked for contemporary—but he didn’t know this home existed and I knew he’d love it.” Levinson says it’s about having enough confidence that you’re picking the right properties. “Our properties are always good quality, good location, exquisite and one-of-a-kind.” Confidence takes center stage when negotiating, a skill Levinson has sharply honed over her 30-year career. “I structure the contracts, I do all the negotiating,” she explains.

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In many of her deals, clients trust her so much that she’ll often represent the buyer and the seller, which is one contributing factor to her supreme success. Another factor? Her philosophy that there’s no standard way to sell a house. Levinson envisions her properties as if they’re different people, with distinct personalities and specific clients they’ll attract; each one requires a marketing strategy as inimitable as the property itself. “I do everything the other real estate agents do in terms of digital and social media marketing, but importantly, I’m also really old school,” she says. “If I find I have a listing I think is interesting, I get on the phone and call somebody; I don’t just send an email blast because it’s the one-on-one connection that high-end buyers really want.” Maybe that’s the secret to her enduring industry prominence and prestige, evidenced by a client list that reads like a Who’s Who of the modern elite. Or maybe it’s her drive, her effervescent positivity, her willingness to ignore traditional real estate practices and consistently accomplish what others might consider impossible.



I’VE never SAT IN AN OPEN HOUSE, never CALLED ON LEADS “At this point, my phone just rings because I’ve been doing this for more than three decades and people understand that I know the market really, really, really well.” The proof of her market expertise is as striking as a neon spring sunset over Camelback Mountain: Levinson is a longtime resident of Paradise Valley, advisor to the town and current thirdterm Board of Trustees member for the Mummy Mountain Preserve Trust. “A colleague once said, ‘I have knowledge an inch wide and a mile deep in this area,’” Levinson recollects. Like a maestro of mansions with an encyclopedic memory, she can look at any Paradise Valley house and describe the last four people who lived there. She can go down any street and map out the floor plan of any home. She can provide details about a property before it’s on the market, because she’s probably sold it at one time or another.

“I once sold a house five times,” Levinson explains. “Information is key and confidence is key to what I do.” She says: “I know the difference between every street, and I know what things are worth. People feel that they can be confident when dealing with me and that I have strength, and these people are all CEOs at major corporations. One of my clients, the head of a trilliondollar hedge fund, said the best thing he ever did was hire me. I told him, ‘Gosh that’s a real compliment coming from you!’” If the entire Paradise Valley market is Levinson’s kingdom, the high-end homes are her prized jewels. “I have a saying, ‘I make the comps, I don’t follow the comps,” she explains. “I may not have anything to prove it, but I can tell you that nothing like that exists and it’s worth the price.”



Levinson’s self-built pricing strategy is certainly working. When we spoke, she had just sold a house for $18 million that wasn’t on the market and represented the buyer and the seller. She also just sold a $17.5 million house, a $16 million estate, and had $14.5, $13.5 and $12.1 million mansions all simultaneously in escrow and all of which she represented both the buyer and the seller. For many high-end buyers, it’s less about flash and more about getting the home sold quietly off-market, which Levinson can always do.

With a constant stream of spectacular on and off-market listings, Levinson is keenly aware of high-end trends. Geographically, she’s seen an influx of luxury buyers from California and Canada, with a number of clients seeking desert clime from Florida, New York and Chicago. “It’s been very interesting for me because their needs are different, what they want is different, and the style now is open floor plan,” she says. “They want a big great room opening up to kitchen without a wall in between it.”


Other discernible trends include single story (“popular if the master is on the main floor”); contemporary design; stunning architectural features, and high-end finishes like upscale fixtures, glass wine rooms, steel window frames, unusual ceilings and gorgeous cabinetry. “People love something done that they haven’t seen before—it can be as small as one interesting detail in the home, like the back wall of a kitchen cabinetry done in glass, so you can see the backyard outside through the cabinets.”

Beyond the trends, Levinson looks for the positives in every house. “Houses are like people,” she says, again reiterating her comparison of humans and homes. “Some people shine and they’re vibrant and have a powerful presence, and that’s attractive. Some people are quieter, and it takes more to coax out their personality. Houses are the same. If the house isn’t pretty outside but the inside is spectacular, you flaunt what you have. Not every person looks their best when they wake up in the morning as when they put on a little makeup and get dressed for the day. I have another saying: ‘I’ve never met a perfect spouse or a perfect house yet.’” The metaphor is signature Levinsonesque and fun but there’s something powerful in the idea that small imperfections, even at the highest scale, can be OK. Levinson, who interacts daily with seemingly flawless properties, admits even those have their flaws. It’s the same humanity she brings to her booming real estate business that perhaps explains why she’s been on top for so long. She’s strong but she’s unmistakably real. “It becomes easier to stay where you are and keep building on it,” she says. “But anyone can find success in real estate as long as they have the information base to know what they’re doing and the belief that they can get it done.”

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In Review The story of luxury isn’t just told in its custom marble countertops or sumptuous wooden wine cellars, it also unfolds in the market statistics that show just how strong the high-end home market is. Read on for a ONE LUXE snapshot provided by The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing.

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Luxe Las Vegas Ahhh, Las Vegas. It’s where opulence, elegance and extravagance go to play, then tell no one what happened the next morning. In Vegas, a bottle of Cuvée Dom Pérignon sipped poolside at Marquee will cost you $35,000. To control the pirouetting water spouts of the Bellagio fountains from a VIP lounge, you’ll pay $250,000. But Vegas is much more than ultra-lavish experiences or even its strand of grandiose hotels and swanky casinos. Beyond the strip, in nearby cities like Paradise, Henderson and Summerlin, people are buying up homes like expensive hot cakes. There’s just something so LUXE about owning a piece of the wild desert.

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/ 400+ single-family homes currently listed for sale priced at $1,000,000 or higher

Las Vegas by the numbers* (June 2020 - June 2021)

/ 27.39% year-over-year increase in average sales price for single-family homes / 19.47% rise in new listings from year-ago figures / 52.63% drop in average days on market compared with the same time period last year *The statistics presented in the Market Report are compiled based on figures and data generated by IDC Global and Datafloat for the benefit of Realty ONE Group Las Vegas. Due to possible reporting inconsistencies, Days on Market (DOM), average prices and rates of appreciation should be used to analyze trends only. Due to MLS reporting methods and allowable reporting policy, this data is only informational and may not be completely accurate. Data maintained by the MLSs may not reflect all real estate activity in the market. All information should be independently reviewed and verified for accuracy. Properties may or may not be listed by the office/agent presenting the information. Copyright ©2021 Realty ONE Group Las Vegas.

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Rosie Harsch, Realty ONE GROUP REALTOR® + ONE LUXE Member Experience counts, and Rosie Harsch has many, many years of experience in real estate. As a longtime Las Vegas resident, she knows the city and the market like only a local can. As a world traveler with global contacts inside and outside of the industry, she helps clients effortlessly buy and sell property across town or across the globe. Get in contact by texting 702-283-7870 or visiting www.finelasvegashomes.com.

What kind of buyers are entering the Las Vegas market right now? We have a lot of clients coming in from Chicago at the $750,000 price point and above. There’s also a large influx of buyers from California who are coming to Las Vegas with cash, so their offers are really enticing for sellers. What’s another unique characteristic of the Las Vegas market? We have so much new construction here. Drive down any road and you’ll find houses being built.

Speaking of the future, how do you provide outof-town buyers with a sneak peek of the Las Vegas lifestyle? We set up a beautiful tour for them that’s a completely custom experience from food to attractions. I’m active with the Chamber of Commerce and a graduate of Leadership Las Vegas, so I’m really familiar with this area, the people and what to highlight when a prospective buyer comes to town.

Any new construction highlights to share? Blue Heron Custom Homes create futuristic masterpieces throughout Las Vegas and their Vegas Modern 001, listed for $28 million, is currently the most expensive property for sale in Las Vegas.

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Maestro of the Maison BY MELISSA KANDEL

Peppered throughout the Maison Ko Instagram, you’ll find little turns of phrases, little flashes of wordwise whimsy that hint at the genius thrumming just beyond the page. Brass and baltic birch. A cozy boucle moment. You can almost picture Founder David Samuel Ko, dark hair perfectly sleeked, sitting on a vintage cane chair as he taps out the lush descriptions from his iPhone. A swimwear jewel box. At-home vignettes ...

Ko, the maestro behind his eponymous interior design house, Maison Ko, started the business just two years ago—“I submitted the paperwork in December and it was official on one-one-twenty-nineteen”—but a quick glance at his past projects, and you’d think he’s been in the game for decades. From a showroom for brand standout Frankies Bikinis to a remodel for superstar Hilary Duff, Ko has stamped his signature fresh vision on Los Angeles’ most swoon-worthy spaces.


GROWING UP IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, I WAS always INTERESTED IN FASHION, HE SAYS. I had a knack for organizing and making rooms look pretty, but I didn’t have friends or family who used interior designers, so I didn’t know that was a career path. Set (somewhat) on the professional pursuit of style, Ko went to college at Chapman University in Orange County where he studied public relations & advertising, hoping his degree would land him softly in fashion PR. Like any true creative, the postgraduation riddle of how to squeeze imaginative energy into the confines of a 9-5 job was a difficult one for Ko to solve. “I tried to figure out what to do and where to go,” he explains. What he did and where he went was a part-time internship at a fashion PR firm, while the other part of his time Ko spent as an assistant at an interior design studio. “My friend was working there and said, ‘You have a good eye and we’re looking to hire someone,’ so they brought me on,” he explains. “That’s where I learned the ins and outs of the industry, and they were a smaller company at the time, so I was able to grow with them.”

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Eventually, after see-sawing between the two jobs for a while, design won out. “I just realized I really like interiors,” he says. At his next job, also a design firm, Ko’s honest, approachable and unexpectedly fun aesthetic garnered him a reputation for interior excellence. With a small but mighty client base to support him, he packed his proverbial employee bags and headed to Entrepreneur Town, population: Ko. “It was really organic, and I wasn’t planning on it but as I got more clients, I was essentially building my own brand in my mid-20s,” he explains. “It’s been great to see Maison Ko expand and also know that I took that leap and I’m starting something and working on it.” ONE LUXE MAGAZINE ISSUE ONE | August 2021

For Ko, the leap hasn’t been a full departure from those sartorial childhood dreams. He still glosses his fashion know-how onto every backsplash and bathtub nook he creates. “Fashion and interior design go hand in hand,” he says. “You’re still dealing with the same materials but instead of an outfit I’m doing a space. If I’m wearing a leather top and tone it down with blue jeans and add a little jewelry and boots, it’s the same with furniture. You have a piece you focus on and build around it.”


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AND W H E N YOU veer FROM THAT AND CHANGE IT completely, IT’ LL FE E L OFF.

So, what is making Los Angeleans happy today? Ko says it’s all about feeling good at home, especially when people are spending so much time inside it. “Before Covid, I wouldn’t involve a desk in design and now I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve had to source a desk and desk chair,” he says. With desks firmly entrenched in 2021 design, Ko rattles off a list of other trends: “Plaster walls and lime-wash walls are huge,” he says. “There’s also an emphasis on mixing oldworld elements in a fresh way, like antiquing to find vintage pieces that add character to a space rather than having everything be brand new. If you’re looking to reinvigorate a room, think about textures. Paint texture can add warmth and coziness to a room without putting a bold print on the walls.” Overall, Ko says traditional is in, and clients are moving away from the ultra-modern and into “slipcovers, rust colors, earthy tones and piping. Design is becoming more layered and less


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IT’S THE subtle detail AND THE elevated finishes THAT MAKE A HOME LUXURIOUS. For finishes, try brass over chrome, a dark walnut instead of white oak, and pick a funky marble or stone to keep things unique.

At the intersection of unique design and harmonious collaboration is the newly redone Frankies Bikinis office, a project Ko embarked on with friend and Frankies Bikinis Founder Francesca Aiello. “I had the ability to be daring and pick things that some people might think was too much for them,” he says of the freedom Aiello granted him to veer outside the interior design safe zone.

and rugs, custom brass and Baltic birch wall-hung garment racks and signage, and pops of muted color, like baby blue sheer curtains that cast a pale, otherworldly glow onto the entryway. “When we finished, I thought, ‘Wow this was a storage room filled with junk before and now it’s a beautiful showroom,” says Ko. “That’s the power of design. It can change everything.”

In the end, unconventional worked. What was once a three-story office building with cement floors and cold, white walls (“it felt so hospital and stale”) is now a bright, airy fashion showroom, featuring custom cabinetry,

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Erica In Style, On Decor:

A Q&A WITH ERICA BRYEN DESIGN Erica Bryen Design, led by owner and head designer Erica Bryen, services clients throughout the country by transforming their individuality into creative, sophisticated, casual and cool interior design. Bryen draws inspiration from her extensive travels, historical references and a deep love of fashion. She’s known for seamlessly combining décor styles, designing custom furniture and creating spaces that are elevated, exclusive and unlike anything you’ve ever seen before—or ever will.

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Tell us a little about your clientele and the home interiors you design. We specialize in high-end residential homes that are located all over the United States. We do not like any of our homes to be the same and everything we do is custom. Our clients are usually people looking for a one-of-a-kind home, who want the unique design and high-end quality that we offer. The home office really came front and center this past year. What are some interior design trends for a luxury remote working space? For a luxury remote working space, we have been introducing custom intricate wood walls that give another level of sophistication and depth. We have also seen the home offices doubling as a comforting seating area that can be ideal for a Zoom meeting as well as an in-home meeting.

Are there any hot trends your clients are requesting right now? We have been getting a lot of clients wanting more of the custom and intricate design elements such as those wood walls I mentioned as well as requests to use different elements instead of traditional wallpaper. Gorgeous cabinetry ... glass refrigerators ... wine displays ... What’s a popular go-to in the high-end kitchen? We love to design a space with panelready appliances, so it gives off a seamless and high-end, custom feel. We also love mixing in different cabinetry finishes and designs within certain areas. For example, a refrigerator door is the perfect spot to have the wood finish be in a herringbone print or whatever print you are looking to incorporate into the space.

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Q continued... A When you first assess a room, what’s one thing you look for when conceptualizing before you design? We start by asking what the end use of the room will be and then take into account the size of the room, ceiling heights and where windows and doors are located.

Any other interior design trends or topics you want to talk about? One question that we get asked a lot is how long brass or various finishes will be in style for. Some clients get shy about using certain finishes and we always try to remind them that it’s OK to mix finishes and that everything comes in and out of style. What’s out of style one day will circle back at one point or another. If they are really worried about it but still love a certain finish, then we recommend incorporating it into the lighting fixtures because lighting is always easier to switch out down the road.

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Joshua Tree The mystique of Joshua Tree extends far beyond its strange and spiny Yucca trees set against a muted, sunsetting sky. There’s real magic in the desert air and a glamp below the stars is an experience for its sights - and your soul. If an elevated tent is what you’re after, we recommend booking a yurt at The Castle House Estate, featured on HGTV for its luxurious, rugged charm.


Big Sur, California Located along the most dramatic coastline maybe ever, Ventana in Big Sur is glamping with a seriously sophisticated twist. Safari-style tent cabins are perched among the 160-acre locale and glamping guests get access to the Ventana resort, including a world-class spa and dining options sourced from the onsite organic garden. Glampers at Ventana also get high-end cooler and s’mores ingredients for roasting marshmallows in Big Sur style.

Torrey, Utah The aptly named Capitol Reef Resort, a 58-acre swathe of wild west appeal just outside Capitol Reef National Park, offers not only tents for glamping but also cabins and even high-end wagons. But don’t think of your Utah wagon as the rickety vehicles of trail riding lore. These wagons comfortably fix six inside their covered, cozy-chic interior.


Cape Cod, Massachusetts Ahem. Your Cape Cod glamping schedule is ready: Beach walk in the morning, famous crab cakes for luck and the bucolic charm of Martha’s Vineyard in the afternoon. Stay at AutoCamp Cape Cod and that fauxagenda could be faux real. Choose between tents, Airstreams and even suites as you glamp your days away not too far from the dreamy, breeze of the Atlantic coastline.


Beverly Hills, California Set against a backdrop of Hollywood stars (real and cosmic), the Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel provides all the accoutrements of glamping, minus that whole wilderness thing. Modern urban glamping? Count us in. Get cozy ten stories up on the 2,140-square foot Veranda Suite terrace, which gives way to glittering views of Rodeo Drive and the Hollywood Hills. It’s everything you’d expect from a Four Seasons hotel - queen bed, suite-style living, a grand crystal chandelier, marble lamps and lavish, antique furnishings - except everything is housed beneath a tent. When it comes time to eat, forget roasting meat on a stick over a campfire (though there is an incandescent outdoor fireplace). When you glamp at the Beverly Wilshire, you get a custom, eight-course tasting menu that includes Ossetra caviar and Japanese Mishima ultra Wagyu beef, ending with bubbly champagne flight and s’mores made with real 24-karat gold.

Zion, Utah Surround yourself with the soar of rocks in a red-toned panorama that rises against a blue, blue sky. There’s a reason they call Zion, Utah breathtaking - it is. Inspired by the safari and tinged heavily with the American Southwest, Under Canvas Zion is an escape among the Utah mountains, where untamed exploration meets the civility of the decorous glamp. Of course glampers are supplied with organic bath products for their soak, an adventure concierge and so much more.

Jackson Hole, Wyming OK, you’ve got us. Fireside Resort in Jackson Hole, Wyoming isn’t quite the tent-style glamping you’d imagine. Instead, guests stay in tiny, gorgeously modern cabins that ooze dark wood, sleek interior decor and the definitely rustic air of the wild. It’s elevated glamping at its finest, among the Wyoming mountains and under that famously big sky.


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