1504 Viewsite Terrace, Los Angeles 90069 – Call Terrence Griffin Today!

This 3 bedroom, 3 bath architectural triumph sits upon one of Los Angeles most sought after streets in the Hollywood Hills. Taking advantage of purely breathtaking views, this enterainer’s dream is done in the modern style.

The home is perfectly situated on one of the most prominent and desired streets in the Hollywood Hills. The estate sits on a remarkably quiet and private cul-de-sac, offering top-of-the-line interior finishes including: beautifully stain wood beams and flooring, a professional chef kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and a grand Master Suite with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors that open up to truly magnificent views above the city of Los Angeles.

This dazzling home offers: glass walls that open to the gorgeous outdoor exterior fire pit, water features and barbecue area, and a fully finished rooftop lounge area. Exemplifying Southern California luxury living at it’s best, this is estate is just minutes from the best shops, restaurants and nightlife venues Los Angeles has to offer.

$3,395,000

 

 

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In 1837, taking advantage of a portage between the Mississippi River watershed and the Great Lakes, the city we all know as Chicago was incorporated. Soon after, the Illinois and Michigan Canal opened up, coinciding with Chicago’s first Railway, the Galena and Chicago Union Railroad that began operations. Now with sailing ships and steamboats gaining precious access from the Great Lakes to the Mississippi, combined with railroad service to the west, an important transportation hub was created in the City of Chicago that started a great economic engine that continues to this day. The name Chicago comes from a French interpretation of the Native American word ‘shikaakwa’ that means ’wild leek’ or ‘wild onion’ or ‘wild garlic’ depending on the translation from the Miami– Illinois dialect, referring to the wild garlic abundant to the area at the time. But many preferred to call Chicago the ‘Windy City’ or ‘Second City’.

Chicago has grown to be the third most populous city in United States with over 2.7 million residents, And the Chicago metropolitan area containing nearly 10,000,000. Now an international center for transportation, industry, telecommunications, commerce, technology and finance, Chicago has the nation’s largest number of railroad freight shipments and highways, plus the busiest airport in the world measured by airport traffic, O’Hare International. Listed as an ‘Alpha Global City’, by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network, Chicago has the third-largest gross metropolitan product in the United States, at $610 billion dollars and ranks seventh in the world in the 2014 Global Cities Index. In addition, in the MasterCard Worldwide Centers of Commerce Index, Chicago was named the fourth most important business center in the world.

Chicago’s famed skyline is visual testament to this dynamic place of commerce as evidenced in some notable skyscrapers such as the John Hancock Center, the neo gothic Tribune Tower, the Trump International Hotel and Tower, the Aon Center, and the 1,451 foot Willis Tower. These and other striking buildings rise beside freshwater Lake Michigan and the two rivers that flow through the city, the Calumet River and the Chicago River. The central business district is referred to as the ‘Chicago Loop’, and the famed Lakeshore Drive winds along much of Chicago’s Lakefront that contains waterfront parks such as Jackson Park, Lincoln Park, Burnham Park, and Grant Park, with 24 public beaches along 26 miles of shoreline. Popular spots and attractions along the waterfront are the Museum Campus, the Navy Pier, Northerly Island and the McCormick Place Convention Center.

Being a World Financial Center, Chicago, placing the 9th on the UBS List of the world’s richest cities, is home to some major financial futures exchanges, including the Chicago Mercantile Exchange(the “Merc”) , the Chicago Stock Exchange, and the Chicago Board Options Exchange. The Windy City has 17 Financial Times 500 companies and 12 Fortune Global 500 companies, in addition there is one Dow 30 company, aerospace giant Boeing which now has it’s headquarters in Chicago. In surrounding Chicago suburbs are two other Dow 30 companies, McDonald’s and Kraft Foods. The largest employers in the city of Chicago are the US Government, Chicago Public Schools, the City of Chicago, Cook County Illinois, Advocate Health System, J.P. Morgan Chase, the University of Chicago, the State of Illinois, United Continental holdings, AT&T Illinois, Walgreens, Abbott Laboratories, Presence Health, Chicago Transit Authority, and the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Several web start up companies had their beginnings in Chicago, such as Groupon, NowServe, CareerBuilder, 37 signals, Feedburner, and Orbitz. Established retailers that also call Chicago home are Crate & Barrel, Walgreens, Ace Hardware, ULTA Beauty, Sears and Claire’s, which are all logical outgrowths from this city that is been a center of retail from the early days of Montgomery Ward, Marshall Fields, Sears and the Schwinn Bicycle Company. Chicago is home to the largest convention center in the nation, McCormick Place, Which is also the third largest of its kind in the world. Chicago ranks just behind Las Vegas and Orlando in largest number of conventions held annually.

Chicago is no less impressive in the museum and public art installation arenas, with the completion in 1998 of the Museum Campus, a 10 acre lake front park that was created adjoining three of the city’s most prominent and nationally important museums-the Shedd Aquarium, the Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, and the Field Museum of Natural History. Grant Park is nearby which includes the world renowned Art Institute of Chicago. Other museums of note include the Pritzker Military Library, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Driehaus Museum, the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, the Museum of Broadcast Communications, the Chicago Architecture Foundation, the Chicago History Museum, the DuSable Museum of African American history, the Museum of Science and Industry, the Polish Museum of America, University of Chicago Oriental Institute, and soon the Barack Obama Presidential Center to be housed at the University of Chicago in Hyde Park.

In addition to an impressive and diversified cultural arts scene, Chicago enjoys a robust lineup of professional sports teams, all supported by an equally robust fanbase. NFL’s Chicago Bears Play football to packed stands in Soldier Field, and in the Major League Baseball lineup, Chicago has two teams, the Chicago Cubs who pack legendary Wrigley Field, and the Chicago White Sox, who regularly fill the U.S. Cellular Field. In NHL ice hockey, the Chicago Blackhawks hit the ice at the United Center, when NBA’s famous Chicago Bulls aren’t also playing at the United Center. In MLS Soccer, The Chicago Fire Play for fans in Toyota Park.

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In northeast Oklahoma, a region of the state known as ‘Green Country’, at the foot of the Ozark Mountains, lies the second largest city in the state of Oklahoma, Tulsa. Situated on the banks of the Arkansas River, Tulsa is home to the most inland river port in the United States, the Tulsa Port of Catoosa, with access to international waterways and is part of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System. As Tulsa enjoys a wetter climate then points further west, an uncharacteristically lush eco region of a relatively larger number of lakes and hills surround the area than in the other more prairie like climates of central and western Oklahoma.

The Lochapoka Band of Creek Native American Tribe settled Tulsa between the years of 1828 and 1836. Their home was originally established under the Creek Council Oak Tree, naming their new settlement ‘Tallasi”, which means “Old Town” in the Creek language, and later becoming called ‘Tulsa’.

With Tulsa’s first oil well in 1901, the ‘Sue Bland Number 1’, discovering discovery and implementation of the large Glenn Pool Oil Fields came into the history books and the city that soon came to be known as the “Oil Capital of the World” was well on its path to successful development and growth. By 1909, the population of Tulsa had swelled to over 180,000. With the city successes came development and the building boom created some notable Art Deco homes and buildings, many still exist with historical landmark designations. A larger base of contemporary architectural styles came to the city with the building booms of the 1970s and 80s, culminating in the BOK Tower, the Cityplex Tower and a significantly important postmodern futuristic complex of buildings at the Oral Roberts University.

Tulsans enjoy full time opera and ballet companies, and two world-renowned art museums in their city with one of the nations largest concentrations of Art Deco architecture. Forbes, Partners for Livable Communities and Relocate America have all called Tulsa one of America’s most livable large cities, and in 2012 BusinessWeek ranked Tulsa among the top 50 best cities in the United States.

If you are looking at real estate for sale in Tulsa, Zip to Home has many free applications to use. If you are looking to refinance or sell a home in Tulsa, we also include a free home evaluation estimator so you can find out what your home is worth, thereby taking the guesswork out of the equation. It is easy to locate homes for sale in Tulsa on Zip to Home. In addition there is a free mortgage calculator to help calculate your payment if you are buying a home in Tulsa.

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