Monterey Hills : Island in the Sky [California Land Development Company Brochure Showing Various Ranch Style Homes, interiors, Floorplans, Models to Buy, Los Angeles 1950s. Maxwell Starkman, Fritz Reichl]

Key Land Co. ; Sales Agent / Home Builders Institute / John D. Roche Inc Los Angeles / features Homes Designed By Reichl and Starkman Architects / Interiors By C. Tony Pereira

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Monterey Hills is a small, diverse, middle-class community within the city of Los Angeles, California located about 4 miles ENE of downtown Los Angeles and about 3 miles from Pasadena off of the 110 Freeway. It is surrounded by El Sereno to the southeast, Hermon to the east, Montecito Heights to the southwest and the independent city of South Pasadena to the northeast. Monterey Hills is part of the Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council (ASNC). Monterey Hills is also Los Angeles' easternmost neighborhood. Maxwell Starkman, Los Angeles-based architect who began designing tract homes for the post-World War II Southern California housing boom and capped his career with the Museum of Tolerance and Sony Pictures Plaza, In 1953, Starkman and architect Fritz Reichl formed their own firm, Reichl and Starkman Architects. When Riechl died a few years later, the company changed its name to Maxwell Starkman & Associates and began designing tract homes during Southern California's post-war housing boom. Over the next three decades, Starkman built thousands of single-family homes and apartment complexes, shopping centers, office buildings, luxury condominiums and hotels. Brochure is odd shaped booklet showing new model homes. His firm, which was ranked in the Top 100 in Engineering News Record, also designed Sony Pictures Plaza in Culver City, Calif., and the 36,000-square-foot Holocaust museum. Stanley Folb Office Building. Back cover has some minor spots. Front cover has some penciled figures, otherwise very good condition. History of Architecture in of Southern California. Noted for contemporary architecture in California. Stanley Folb Office Building. 20 pages. Archival reprint by Library Archive Services Co. FBRE ltd. Size: Architecture / Design / Examples. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Monterey Hills : Island in the Sky [...
Publisher: Key Land Company 1950s / Modern Reprint / Replica Edition
Binding: Soft Cover / Chapbook
Illustrator: Fully Illustrated
Book Condition: Very Good

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Key Land Co. ; Sales Agent / Home Builders Institute / John D. Roche Inc Los Angeles / features Homes Designed By Reichl and Starkman Architects / Interiors By C. Tony Pereira
Published by Key Land Company 1950s / Modern Reprint / Replica Edition, Chapbook / Booklet (1950)
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Book Description Key Land Company 1950s / Modern Reprint / Replica Edition, Chapbook / Booklet, 1950. Soft Cover / Chapbook. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Fully Illustrated (illustrator). Monterey Hills is a small, diverse, middle-class community within the city of Los Angeles, California located about 4 miles ENE of downtown Los Angeles and about 3 miles from Pasadena off of the 110 Freeway. It is surrounded by El Sereno to the southeast, Hermon to the east, Montecito Heights to the southwest and the independent city of South Pasadena to the northeast. Monterey Hills is part of the Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council (ASNC). Monterey Hills is also Los Angeles' easternmost neighborhood. Maxwell Starkman, Los Angeles-based architect who began designing tract homes for the post-World War II Southern California housing boom and capped his career with the Museum of Tolerance and Sony Pictures Plaza, In 1953, Starkman and architect Fritz Reichl formed their own firm, Reichl and Starkman Architects. When Riechl died a few years later, the company changed its name to Maxwell Starkman & Associates and began designing tract homes during Southern California's post-war housing boom. Over the next three decades, Starkman built thousands of single-family homes and apartment complexes, shopping centers, office buildings, luxury condominiums and hotels. Brochure is odd shaped booklet showing new model homes. His firm, which was ranked in the Top 100 in Engineering News Record, also designed Sony Pictures Plaza in Culver City, Calif., and the 36,000-square-foot Holocaust museum. Stanley Folb Office Building. Back cover has some minor spots. Front cover has some penciled figures, otherwise very good condition. History of Architecture in of Southern California. Noted for contemporary architecture in California. Stanley Folb Office Building. 20 pages. Archival reprint by Library Archive Services Co. FBRE ltd. Size: Architecture / Design / Examples. California Culture / History. Bookseller Inventory # 5028431-1548

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