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U.S. Ambassador to Denmark Carla Sands has sold her Bel-Air home for $19.5 million, or about 14% less than the most recent asking price of $22.8 million.
After five years of ownership, Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz has sold his Encino hacienda for $2.262 million.
In Studio City, former L.A. Sparks owner and NBCUniversal executive Paula Madison is asking $5.199 million for her modern home in Fryman Estates.
Indie-folk singer and artist Lourdes Hernández listed her Mediterranean-style home in Los Feliz for sale at $1.885 million.
Sprawling across the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, the two-acre estate holds a 13,000-square-foot home, a guesthouse and a 70-foot swimming pool.
The two-acre estate on the North Shore of Kauai features a Thai-inspired Craftsman home, multiple outdoor pavilions and a swimming pool.
Across three stories, the scenic home has six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms in 11,500 square feet.
The contemporary home opens to an entertainer’s backyard with fruit trees, fire pits, a swimming pool, spa and putting green.
The updated Mediterranean-style home sits behind fences and gates with a front courtyard, a bocce ball court and a saltwater swimming pool.
The roughly five-acre estate on the North Shore of Kauai was previously owned by Beach Boys singer Brian Wilson.
Built in 1935 but updated since, the corner-lot home has three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a treetop balcony and tiered terraces out back.
Built in 1957 but recently restored, the gray-green home has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, a screening room and a series of sun-filled living spaces.
A few blocks from the beach, the two-story town house has ocean views from balconies and a terrace.
Gwen Stefani has sold her L.A.-area home to stand-up comedian Sebastian Maniscalco. Also: LeBron James’ agent, Rich Paul, buys big in Beverly Hills, and “Jane the Virgin” star Gina Rodriguez has found a new spot in Westchester.
The pop artists, social media influencers and MTV reality show personalities mix work and life in an open-living space. Light bulbs make a big difference.
In Montecito, a rustic retreat with adobe brickwork, elaborate sculptures and 360-degree views is for sale at $1.7 million.
  1. Google has reached a milestone in computing by achieving “quantum supremacy.” Caltech’s John Preskill, who coined that term, explains what that means.
  2. Google workers are accusing the company of developing a tool they believe will be used to monitor attempts to organize protests and discuss labor rights.
  3. Workers at three factories account for 30% of the UAW’s entire voting membership at General Motors, and the proposed contract treats them well.
  4. Snap tells investors it’s no longer being investigated by the Justice Department, SEC over claims it downplayed the threat from Instagram before its IPO.
  1. “Right to return” agreements with tenants remain rare, but some L.A. developers have dangled the offer to ease concerns at City Hall about teardowns driving out poor tenants.
  2. L.A.'s emergency moratorium on no-fault evictions stops landlords from booting tenants before new statewide rental rules take effect.
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