The world of finance taught Christina the fine art of evaluation and diplomatic negotiation, skills that she handily uses in real estate transactions. Honest and straightforward, Christina leaves no stone unturned, and her clients instinctively know that she will bring the best deal possible to the table.
Christina is well versed in many segments of the real estate business. Technologically savvy, she has immediate knowledge and access to available properties. With her keen eye toward the intricacies of the market, her customers feel assured that they will be presented with all the factors that affect the desirability and value of a property.
Studio 0.10 architects' international prize winning residence was finished in 2008 a few blocks West of the Sawtelle 'strip'.
Rare combination of great style and desirable location. Light-filled architectural townhome on a quiet walk street, just steps from beach. Living room with soaring ceilings, fire place, large casement windows and concrete floors.
New remodel, striking contemporary, desirable 2br,4ba corner unit w. garden-view in exclusive 'Wilshire Terrace'.
Stylish gem with professionally landscaped yard (Venice Garden Tour).
Modern, stylish three story multi level townhouse in quiet neighborhood, yet just one block from the shops and restaurants of downtown Culver City.
Secreted just below Mulholland Drive on a private road off Beverly Glen, Case Study Designer Rodney Walker’s Asher residence is sited for privacy, and to maximize dramatic 180 degree views across the San Fernando Valley to the San Gabriel Mountains.
A historical landmark, is located just steps from the beach on beautiful Hollister.
The architect's own home built in 1990, is a masterpiece of residential design utilizing industrial technology and components.
Architectural work/live loft and former office of David Ming-Li Lowe, architect of the 'Earth Quake House' and other unique 'Steel House' buildings.
From the body of work discovered thus far, it is clear that Pollack & Kahn fully mastered the now classic post & beam glass house style pioneered by the U.S.C. School of Architecture just after the war.
Mint Joseph Eichler Icon! Classic modern architecture,1963. A clean-lined masonry facade sweeps serenely across the wide ridge site affording protection & privacy to the occupants & beauty born of artistic minimalism.