Century City Real Estate Century City Condos

Century City Real Estate, Century City Condos, Buying a Condo in Century CityCentury City is a commercial and residential community on the westside of Los Angeles. The borders are Santa Monica to Pico and Century Park East to Century Park West.

Once the back lot of Twentieth Century Fox, this is where Century City derived it’s name.

Century City is home to many luxurious high and low rise condominium buildings, the newly renovated Westfield Shopping Center, and office complexes that house many law firms and businesses with ties to the entertainment industry including Fox Plaza that was the backdrop in the first Die Hard film.

The major Century City Condo developments are below:

Century Hill

Century Plaza

Century Towers

Century Woods

Le Parc

Park Place

The Century

Century Park East

 

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Buying or Selling Los Angeles Real Estate

Buying or selling a Los Angeles home can be a daunting process in a city this size, especially if you’re new to L.A. Town. You’ll need a resident expert to show you around and help you narrow down the areas where you might like to live. I will help you find the perfect home in the right area to fit your lifestyle, budget and needs!

When I list and sell Los Angeles homes for my clients I strive to make the experience a pleasant one. My mission is to provide outstanding service while utilizing the best practices and systems available.

If you are an absentee owner, you’ll need someone to handle all the details that you can’t handle remotely. That’s where I come in – I’m there when you can’t be. I also specialize in lease property in Los Angeles.

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For more information on how I can best serve your Los Angeles real estate needs, please fill out the online contact form or give me a call at 310-473-6919.


Jane Peters

Jane Peters is a Los Angeles Realtor®, specializing in absentee owners, out-of-town-buyers and those needing that extra personal touch to make the buying and selling of Los Angeles real estate a smooth and, believe it or not, fun process.

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  1. This sounds like an interesting place to live, but now I want to know where twentieth century fox went, and did they make more money on the real estate than the movies. Just asking.

  2. Fox is still there. The lot is much smaller :)

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