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6 SoCal Cities Make List of 10 Most Expensive Neighborhoods in America

Recently, families requiring a three-bedroom single family home have been quite pricey, especially in Miami and South Florida. According to Bankrate, North Miami Beach ranks #1 on the “Top 10 Most Expensive Rental Markets,” making this suburban city out price San Francisco and New York. In North Miami Beach the median rent for a three-bedroom home is $4,489.

Where Hollywood Stars Pray in LA

The holiday season is upon us and that means houses of worship are receiving visitors of all kinds, including celebrities. Stars like Leonardo DiCaprio, Britney Spears, Martin Sheen and Kelsey Grammar all have their preferred places across town.

Nancy Silverton’s Mozza Empire

Nancy Silverton is the esteemed founder of La Brea Bakery and the restaurant Campanile in Los Angeles. She also owns tow of Los Angeles’ most popular restaurants, Osteria Mozza and Pizzeria Mozza, along with Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich, and she just published her eighth book, “The Mozza Cookbook.”

Taye Diggs Purchases $2 Million Mansion In Hollywood Hills

This Tony Award winning actor has purchased a beautiful 4,931-square-foot mansion in the heart of Studio City. This home, which he will share with his wife, actress Idina Menzel, and 20-month-old son, Walker, includes 5 bedrooms and 3 and a half bathrooms. The formal dining room is connected to a terrace by French doors, giving the home a contemporary feel. With sprawling hard wood floors and a large kitchen with a vaulted glass ceiling, this home is just as beautiful on the inside as it is on the outside. Their large, rectangular pool and adjacent spa gives this family a relaxing getaway from the hustle and bustle of Hollywood. Studio City, which is in the San Fernando Valley, includes homeowners such as George Clooney, Teri Hatcher, and Leah Remini. This is Taye and Idina’s second home, their first in the Flatiron District in Manhattan.

New York August/September 2014
New York August/September 2014