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Luxury Real Estate Los Angeles

FENDI Casa Residence at The Carlyle

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Los Angeles has an enduring appeal due to its climate and lifestyle and contains some of the most prestigious luxury real estate in the world.

Our comprehensive real estate guide covers a wide range of real estate within the Los Angeles area, covering properties such as Beverly West and The Century.

Something that stands out within our guide is the conjunction with well-known luxury hotel brands, such as The Residences at W Hollywood. Underscoring W’s positioning as a luxury group, the residences provide a wealth of amenities such as valet parking, 24-hour security and concierge and housekeeping services. Whether you need your fridge stocked or your dog groomed, W Hollywood are happy to help.

Several factors have been considered whilst compiling our real estate guide. Our independent research on amenities and services comprises 55 per cent of the total score.  The various amenities we checked for included pool, secure parking, valet parking, 24-hour security, professional concierge, gym/health club, roof deck, cinema/media room, sauna/steam room, housekeeping services, on-site restaurants and more.

The remaining percentage comes from data sourced by WealthInsight and Knight Frank who have considered 19 different attributes, such as current UHNW population, UHNW population projections for 2023, importance of the location currently, economic activity of the location, price of luxury real estate in the past year, price per square foot and quality of life.

Doug Gollan, Editor-In-Chief of Elite Traveler, said:  “In America movies provide impact between the coasts, so Hollywood, its stars, directors and power brokers will always hold the keys, making Los Angeles an important real estate market.  Combine that with its location 35 minutes south of Silicon Valley on your Gulfstream, plus its equal distance between China, South America and Western Europe and it’s easy to see why there are more and more high-rise developments.”