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When you are looking for a LA condo, the first thing you are looking for is an awesome new pad and last thing you are looking for is stress! The search for a new LA condo should be an exciting adventure and not a hassle.
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The CondoDomain LA site has been designed to help guide you through everything that is condo, loft, and high-rise living in Los Angeles.
We offer both buyers brokerage and sellers brokerage services as well as help renters in the LA condo market business model.
Meaning that we only work exclusively with YOU to help you buy, sell or rent your new Los Angeles Condo.
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Miracle Mile — Minutes From Everywhere You Want To Be

The Los Angeles Miracle Mile stands as a trendy cultural mecca, just minutes away from Korea Town, Larchmont, Westwood and Beverly Hills. Strangely, the Miracle Mile is actually about two miles, stretching from Western Avenue to Fairfax Boulevard along the Wilshire Corridor which begins in Downtown Los Angeles and reaches to the Pacific Ocean. The neighborhood is mostly composed of apartments and lofts peppered with condos, cultural exhibitions, and art and entertainment venues. The Miracle Mile spans two Los Angeles city districts.

The area was largely transformed in the mid-twenties by developer A.W. …

Baldwin Hills – A Neighborhood on the Mend

Los Angeles has long been associated with endemic gang violence and crime issues. Unfortunately, for much of the city’s history, this association has been a relatively fair one. In the late 60s and again in the early 90s riots ripped much of the city asunder. In the times between regular criminal activities with occasional large flare ups of violence have been a sad part of the fabric of our city.
In recent years, much of the city has been very much on the rebound, as it were. From Downtown to South …

El Monte – Yet Another City in a City

If you don’t live in Los Angeles, you have probably never heard of El Monte. If you do live here, you may well have heard of the place but know nothing about it. That, more and more these days, would be to your detriment.
Did you know, for example, that El Monte is a fully incorporated city in the central-eastern part of L.A. (in the San Gabriel Valley, for those in the know)? Or that it is home to well over 100,000 residents? Or that in the 18th century Spanish settlers, …

Los Angeles Living to Leave the Car Behind

A little while back I wrote an article on Westwood, an area of Los Angeles that is very walking friendly, and got some positive responses. People seem to like the idea of living in a place where they can actually get their groceries, grab a bite, see a movie, etc. without having to jump in their cars and sit in slow-and-go traffic for 40 minutes (that seems to be the magic number, by the way… whenever anyone asks me how long it takes to get anywhere, I just say 40 …

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