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In 1999 we merged with our partner company Wilson Bros. to proudly serve Santa Monica, Brentwood, Bel Air, Cheviot Hills, Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Playa del Rey, Marina del Rey, Culver City, Rancho Park, Mar Vista, Venice, Pacific Palisades, Malibu, Topanga Canyon, Westchester , (of course) Westwood, as well as the greater Los Angeles area.
What can you say about Beverly Hills that has not already been said? How about this:
It was home to one of the first raceways in Los Angeles. True that.
Bel-Air - it means "good air", but really it was named after a tennis player who stuck oil in the 1920's. Now it is home to some of the most exclusive of LA's exclusive canyon gated communities.
Bel Air is generally subdivided into three distinct neighborhoods: East Gate Old Bel Air, West Gate Bel Air, and Upper Bel Air. The largest tracts are mostly closest to Sunset, and the "new money" homes are further up in the Canyons.
Multi-family housing is not permitted within the community and ordinances regarding architectural styles, landscaping, and lot sizes exist to preserve Bel Air. No apartments or condos are allowed. Unlike Beverly Hills, Bel Air has no residential sidewalks in attempts to discourage the public from walking around the community. Bel Air is also patrolled by local security companies, so if you plan to walk or bike through the area, be prepared for them to "make contact".
Most famous since the mid 90's as the former home of OJ Simpson, Brentwood is between Santa Monica and Bel-Air. It's also adjacent to Sawtelle, one of the oldest neighborhoods in LA. While its boundries are vague, it is generally bounded by Santa Monica to the southwest, Pacific Palisades to the west, the Santa Monica Mountains to the north, Bel-Air to the east, and Sawtelle to the southeast.