Real Estate

The Business Block building, completed in 1924, still stands between Antioch, Swarthmore and Sunset. Photo courtesy Santa Monica Public Library Image Archives

Pacific Palisades Business Block Building Examined

By Michael Edlen Special to the Palisades News This is the first in a series of articles about historically significant
Left to right, Village Green board member Ann Smith, Sue and Anthony Marguleas, VG treasurer Bob Gold, member Marge Gold, president Joan Graves, and members Grace Hiney and Betsy Collins gather at the park. Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

$5K Donation by Anthony Marguleas Benefits the Palisades Village Green

By Sue Pascoe Editor The Village Green, the treasured pocket-park at Sunset, Swarthmore and Antioch, requires an annual
2016 Pacific Palisades Real Estate Year in Review

2016 Pacific Palisades Real Estate Year in Review

By Anthony Marguleas Special to the Palisades News It was a good year for Pacific Palisades residential real estate, but

Lifestyle Improvement Tips for Seniors

By Michael Edlen Special to the Palisades News It is essential for those who prefer to remain in their present home for

Palisades Highlands Street Names

By Michael Edlen Special to the Palisades News In 1990 Randy and Betty Lou Young published Street Names of Pacific Palis
Thomas Mann’s home on San Remo Drive was purchased by the German government.

Thomas Mann’s Pacific Palisades House: Fortunate Purchase

By Mitzi Blahd Special to the Palisades News Recently, I read in the Los Angeles Times that the Thomas Mann house in the

Thoughts for Potential Elder Caregivers

By Michael Edlen Special to the Palisades News It is estimated that 50 percent of U.S. households are multi-generational

Marquez Knolls Street Names

By Michael Edlen  Special to the Palisades News (In 1990, Randy and Betty Lou Young published a limited-editio
Will Rogers’ house is one of the four featured on the Woman’s Club Home Tour. Photo: Larry Underhill Photography

Tour Will Rogers Home

How many times have you visited Will Rogers Ranch with your kids while they play soccer or to hike or walk your dog, but