Maui? Golf? Stunning View? Your Condo Awaits

This is our client's property in Maui. Getting the word out to the mainlanders. We have stayed there and it is a beautiful and quiet place with great views. 
If you have interest, please contact Robert Myers, our partner agent in Maui.

Robert Myers
LICENSE #: RS-58532

$895,000 | 2 BEDROOMS | 2 (2 full ) BATHROOM

Masters #1904 is an upstairs 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom suite overlooking the 9th and 10th fairways of the Royal Kaanapali Golf Course with ocean & island views. Located in the popular, gated community of the Masters at Kaanapali, nestled within the Kaanapali Royal Golf Course. On site amenities include; 4 tennis courts, 2 pools and hot tubs. It is being sold unfurnished.
More info on The Masters development here

50 Puu Anoano St #1904
Lahaina, HI 9676

MLS #: 371618

Open House Sat. 11/5 and Sun. 11/6 Silver Lake Spanish Contemporary - See it in 3D Now

1647 Waterloo St. 
Silver Lake, CA 90026

Open House Schedule
Saturday, 11/5, 1-4 PM
Sunday, 11/6, 2-5 PM

Co-listed with Hattie Ramirez / Hattie+Homes Real Estate

Click on the image to view a 3D scan of the property

Click on the image to view a 3D scan of the property

Set up off the street, this elegant 3 bedroom / 2 bath Spanish Bungalow has been fully renovated with contemporary details. There’s a new master suite and open floor plan as well as wide-plank oak flooring, HVAC system, recessed lighting and fully renovated bathrooms. The kitchen has solid surface counter tops, shaker door-style cabinets and stainless steel appliances. The front room works very well as an at home office/guest room or music/tv room. The rear yard has multiple destinations with a mature shade tree, downtown views and sliding door access from both kitchen and master suite. Located on quiet street with central access to Silver Lake and northeast LA and a 10-minute drive downtown. 

Living space: 1,707 sq ft               Lot: 7,999 sq ft               Website               MLS# 16-161512

Listing price: $1,299,000            ($50,000 Reduction)

Hattie Ramirez - hattie@kw.com323.376.5368
Darren Hubert - - 323.898.2991

Mt. Washington Made Craft Fair on September 24, 2016


A local craft fair to support Mt. Washington Elementary School, September 24, 9 AM - 1 PM

Treats by G & B Coffee, Si Paletas, and Good Times Ice Cream.

Children's craft workshop by Purple Twig.

The idea for the event came to life from a long time Mt Washington resident who wanted to figure out a way to bring the community out to support it's local school. There is a long history of artists and designers working on the hill that we want to honor by opening up the beautiful, eucalyptus-lined school grounds as a community gathering place. By making this an annual event we hope to provide a regular forum for friends and neighbors to come together and see what amazing work is being produced right here in our neighborhood.  

Jonathan Gold Gives His Take on Echo Park's Ultra Hip Winsome

It sounds like a reliable option for Echo Park denizens

This week, Jonathan Gold reviews Winsome, the Echo Park restaurant that opened earlier this year on the bottom floor of an iconic William Perreira designed building. Before opening the full restaurant, chef Jeremy Strubel was known for "hipster brunch," but J. Gold describes those hipsters as having "gym-toned arms and $400 sneakers."

Those days have come and gone, and now the restaurant serves a breakfast and lunch that are described as "perhaps more impeccable than exciting, and designed to feed nearly every constituency."

The Times critic explains that dinner isn't much different, but the food sure is pretty:

If there is a single person who has eaten without pausing to Instagram the salad of briefly seared kampachi arranged with white blossoms, sweet chunks of nectarine and dehydrated-beet bullseyes, I have yet to meet her. This is all good-looking food: even the platter of spice-rubbed roast chicken, even the cat's cradle game of a rye pretzel sprawled over the bowl of cold fontina mousse, even the whole roasted branzino splayed on its plate like a salmon in a Tulalip feast. [LAT]

The Goldster concludes by describing the restaurant as "retro yet contemporary, American yet leaning slightly Eastern, and lashed with umami, the sixth taste, in unexpected ways," and recommends the pancake, potato rosti, duck egg toast, pork short ribs, whole roasted branzino, and banana rum tres leches.

Musician-turned-baker to open a bakery in Echo Park

A few weeks back we reported about Echo Park Village, the new name for a row of buildings in the 300 block Glendale Boulevard that were being emptied of tenants and renovated in preparation for new businesses. Now, Eater L.A. reports that one of the new tenants will be Clark Street Bread, a wholesale bakery founded by a former musician.

Clark Street Bread operates a stand at the Grand Central Market Downtown but otherwise sells most of its goods wholesale through other retailers and restaurants. The 3,000-square-foot space at Echo Park Village will provide enough room for bread-making equipment as well as a retail area with seating and an espresso machine, according to Eater. That’s a big move for owner Zack Hall, a former guitarist who started the bakery in the kitchen of his West Hollywood apartment.

In an interview with Life & Thyme, Hall explains his transition from musician to baker:

“Music wasn’t paying the bills, and I was in this band for so long that it didn’t work out and I lost the fire for it. I had an equal love of food the whole time—I had just never worked in food. After leaving the band, I tried doing real estate for like a year because if you can make money, it’s easy to make money. I just couldn’t deal with working with people in that sort of capacity. It wasn’t for me. I like to make music, I like to make food, I like to make something that you can see and you work with your hands. It’s like a craft.”

Week 1: Global Mobility Gets Our Donation

Paul Bowers suggested Global Mobility out of Van Nuys - transforming lives through the gift of mobility all over the globe.
That will be our donation this week! Thanks Paul.

Urban Hillsides weekly $100 donation program is still looking for next week and beyond to help local charities and organizations the improve the quality of life. 
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When you’ve been given far more than you need, do wise things with it and give intelligently. -J.K. Rowling

A donation a week for the rest of the year. 
Help us do wise things and give intelligently...

Thanks to you, 2016 has been a productive year for the Urban Hillsides team.

We have decided to give back to the communities we serve and to causes we believe in.

For the rest of 2016, Urban Hillsides will make weekly donations to charities and organizations that help improve quality of life.

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