Side-By-Side Properties Featuring Paul McClean Designs Hit The Market In Beverly Hills

In Beverly Hills, a pair of neighboring estates, each featuring a modern masterpiece by architect Paul McClean, have come on the market for a combined $35.4 million.

Known for his ultramodern concepts that emphasize the surrounding environment, McClean has become something of a household name in Southern California’s speculative development scene.

After founding McClean Design in 2000, the Irish architect has had a hand in some of Los Angeles’ most spectacular building projects, many of which have fetched eight- and nine-figure sums on the open market. One of his latest projects, a colossal 100,000-square-foot giga-mansion called “The One,” is said to carry a price-tag of $340 million.

The pair of McClean designs now for sale are currently in the last stages of being completed, allowing for a potential buyer to customize the property to their liking, according to luxury real estate specialist Jonathan Nash of Hilton & Hyland, a founding member of Forbes Global Properties.

“Developers don’t always predict the taste of a

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COVID outbreaks hit Cypress Park Home Depot and Costco in Atwater Village | Coronavirus News

Atwater Village Costco entrance on election day 2020

The Costco Wholesale store in Atwater Village.

Two large big box retailers — Costco in Atwater Village and Home Depot in Cypress Park — have experienced two of the largest COVID-19 outbreaks on the Eastside, according to LA County public health reports.

County health officials track outbreaks of three or more people at workplaces. In recent weeks, large outbreaks have been reported among many large retailers, including Target and Whole Foods, according to the LA Times.

The latest figures show that 45 staff members were infected at Home Depot on Figueroa Street. The home improvement and hardware store is among 9 other Home Depots in Los Angeles County with outbreaks ranging from 15- 51 confirmed staff cases.

Home Depot spokeswoman Margaret Smith was unable to comment on the outbreak at the Cypress Park store but provided information the company’s procedures in such cases.

“Our focus is the safety of our associates and customers,” Smith said. “which is why we’ve implemented numerous safety measures including requiring masks, daily health checks for associates, social distancing and enhanced cleaning in addition to paid leave and time-off policies for associates which can be used for any reason.”


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