Friday, February 28, 2014

Via LAist.com

Here Are The L.A. Restaurants That Made Yelp's Top 100 List


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Photo of the Porto's breakfast sandwich by LA & OC Foodventures via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr
There are so many listicles and best-of pieces out there in the food world that it's hard to keep track of what's what. (Not hating; we make them too.) But one of the scene's most controversial yet useful review sites, Yelp, has released their data on what are the country's top restaurants.
It's a populist list, to be sure.
Porto's, the famous Cuban Bakery in Burbank and Glendale, comes in above critically acclaimed Alinea in Chicago. Ricky's Fish Tacos and Joe's Falafel, both of which which we admittedly love, also made the top 25. Also on the list are the original Bludso's in Compton, Urasawa, and one of our favorite vegetarian restaurants, Vinh Loi Tofu.
Data gurus at Yelp compiled a list using star ratings and number of reviews to reveal which spots are most popular in the Yelp community.
Here's who made the cut:
1. Da Poke Shack, Kailua-Kona, HI
2. Paseo, Seattle, WA
3. Oklahoma Joe’s Barbecue, Kansas City, KS
4. The Cinnamon Snail, New York, NY
5. Porto's Bakery, Burbank, CA
6. Dametra Cafe, Carmel by the Sea, CA
7. Alinea, Chicago, IL
8. Franklin Barbecue, Austin, TX
9. Gary Danko, San Francisco, CA
10. Joe’s Falafel, Los Angeles, CA
11. Sushi Izakaya Gaku, Honolulu, HI
12. Biker Jim’s Gourmet Dogs, Denver, CO
13. Oscar’s Mexican Seafood, San Diego, CA
14. Coop’s West Texas Barbeque, Lemon Grove, CA
15. Tacos El Gordo, Chula Vista, CA
16. Cheese Board Pizza, Berkeley, CA
17. Ricky’s Fish Tacos, Los Angeles, CA
18. Ono Seafood, Honolulu, HI
19. Bogart’s Smoke House, Saint Louis, MO
20. Bakery Nouveau, Seattle, WA
21. Baguette Cafe, Las Vegas, NV
22. Eleven Madison Park, New York, NY
23. T-Deli, San Diego, CA
24. Built to Grill, Portland, OR
25. Alforon, San Diego, CA
26. Daniel, New York, NY
27. Hot Doug’s, Chicago, IL
28. Sal, Kris, & Charlie’s Deli, Astoria, NY
29. Blues City Deli, Saint Louis, MO
30. The Kitchen Restaurant, Sacramento, CA
31. Cream Pan, Tustin, CA
32. Dave’s Fresh Pasta, Somerville, MA
33. Café Besalu, Seattle, WA
34. The French Laundry, Yountville, CA
35. Turf N' Surf Po Boy, Austin, TX
36. Café Rolle, Sacramento, CA
37. Chama Gaucha Brazilian Steakhouse, Downers Grove, IL
38. Yoshino Japanese Deli, Carlsbad, CA
39. Opal Thai Food, Haleiwa, HI
40. Lou’s Cafe, San Francisco, CA
41. Marukame Udon, Honolulu, HI
42. Monell’s Dining & Catering, Nashville, TN
43. Roxie Food Center, San Francisco, CA
44. Graham Avenue Meats And Deli, Brooklyn, NY
45. Le Bernardin, New York, NY
46. El Chato Taco Truck, Los Angeles, CA
47. Mr. Gyros, Seattle, WA
48. The Waffle Window, Portland, OR
49. Per Se, New York, NY
50. Geste Shrimp Truck, Kahului, HI
51. Frostbites Crepes & Frozen Delights, Cypress, CA
52. Sushi Ota, San Diego, CA
53. Arizmendi Bakery, San Francisco, CA
54. Sweet Potato Stall, Santa Clara, CA
55. Gramercy Tavern, New York, NY
56. Peter’s Kettle Corn, Oakland, CA
57. Johnny Pacific, Winnetka, CA
58. El Chilango, Arlington, VA
59. Ike’s Place, San Francisco, CA
60. Fishermen’s Grill, Portland, ME
61. Sabroso! Mexican Grill, Garden Grove, CA
62. District Wine, Long Beach, CA
63. Chama Gaúcha Brazilian Steakhouse, Houston, TX
64. Bludso’s BBQ, Compton, CA
65. Tiki Juice Bar, Anaheim, CA
66. Wally’s Cafe, Emeryville, CA
67. Vinh Loi Tofu, Reseda, CA
68. Mama D’s Italian Kitchen, Newport Beach, CA
69. Los Andes Restaurant, Providence, RI
70. Little Luca Sandwich Shop & Deli, South San Francisco, CA
71. Pho 95, Denver, CO
72. Garbo’s Grill, Key West, FL
73. Ono Tacos, Lahaina, HI
74. Mattern Sausage & Deli, Orange, CA
75. The Market Grill, Monrovia, CA
76. Urasawa, Beverly Hills, CA
77. Dat Cajun Guy, Haleiwa, HI
78. Los Agaves, Santa Barbara, CA
79. Outlaws Cafe, Van Nuys, CA
80. Gus’s World Famous Hot & Spicy Chicken, Memphis, TN
81. Short Leash Dogs Food Truck, Phoenix, AZ
82. Pono Market, Kapaa, HI
83. Wafels & Dinges, New York, NY
84. Bell Street Farm, Los Alamos, CA
85. Uchiko, Austin, TX
86. Little Deli & Pizzeria, Austin, TX
87. Kokkari Estiatorio, San Francisco, CA
88. Kang Hodong Baekjeong, Los Angeles, CA
89. Komi, Washington, DC
90. Stuff I Eat, Inglewood, CA
91. Taste of Ethiopia, Pflugerville, TX
92. Hy Mart Sandwiches, North Hollywood, CA
93. The Codmother Fish and Chips, San Francisco, CA
94. Mastro’s Steakhouse, Beverly Hills, CA
95. Sushi Sasabune, Honolulu, HI
96. Bern’s Steak House, Tampa, FL
97. Postino Arcadia, Phoenix, AZ
98. Pappy’s Smokehouse, Saint Louis, MO
99. Uchi, Austin, TX
100. Zia Gourmet Pizza, San Diego, CA

Friday, February 14, 2014

L.A. Chinatown’s Ultimate Live/Work Compound Hits the Market



The Kim Sing Theatre is a dynamic event space, retail showroom, and private residence in Downtown LA’s burgeoning Chinatown.  The former vaudeville house and movie theater was built in 1926 and completely re-imagined by its owner Willard Ford and XTen Architects.  

 Retaining original details such as bow truss ceilings and the neon theater sign, the site has been modernized into a striking and flexible live/work space with a large kitchen, serving station, and AV room. The center of the old theater has been turned into a soaring outdoor courtyard and features ample space for a full bar, musical entertainment, and a multitude of other corporate functions.

 Property highlights include an industrial-chic, 3,500 square foot, 2-story residential loft.  It features 3 bedrooms and 4 baths, with soaring bow truss ceilings.  The fully self-contained master suite has a separate entrance and includes a loft office and a midnight kitchen.  It has the possibility of serving as a rental unit.  The space also boasts a large private courtyard oasis, 6 retail spaces, and a 2-story showroom/office.

  Over the past several years, the Kim Sing has hosted dozens of events, including functions for BMW, Pepsi, Marvel/Capcom, LG, Netjets, and Creative Mornings, and art exhibitions featuring the works of Brice Marden, Bruce Nauman, and Theo Ehret. The converted space has been used for commercial video and photo shoots as well as weddings, fashion shows, and film screenings.  The Kim Sing’s renovation has garnered features in such media outlets as California Home and Design, Dwell magazine, and on the HGTV cable network. 
 

The space has potential to be used as a corporate campus, recording studio, film production offices, restaurant and bar, and many other opportunities.

Offer for sale at $4,500,000.

 

Sunday, January 5, 2014

Just listed at La Tour, 10380 Wilshire Boulevard #802




La Tour
10380 Wilshire Boulevard, Residence 802
Offered for Sale at $2,695,000.

La Tour by architect James W, Christensen offers all the comforts of a single-family residence, with the ease of living afforded by a full-service high-rise.  Building amenities include a 24-hour valet and concierge, pool, spa, fitness center, and banquet room.


  • ·         3,190 +/- square feet
  •  
  • ·         Northeast corner
  • ·         3 bedrooms
  • ·         3 1/2 baths
  • ·         The master suite offers dual walk-in closets and a luxurious en suite bath
  • ·         3rd bedroom with a separate service entrance
  • ·         High coffered ceilings
  • ·         Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • ·         City and hillside views
  • ·         Integrated sound system
  • ·         Wet bar
  • ·         2 storage spaces
  • ·         Poggenpohl kitchen cabinetry
  • ·         Laundry room with service entry
  • ·         Abundant closet space
  • ·         2 expansive terraces with panoramic views and generous entertaining space
  • ·         One of the most prestigious addresses on the Wilshire Corridor
  • ·         Only 4 units per floor
  • ·         Coveted location just 2 blocks from Beverly Hills


Friday, February 22, 2013

V Wine Room opens in West Hollywood

Grape Expectations

TODAY'S RUNDOWN FEBRUARY 22, 2013
Napa, Sonoma, Santa Barbara: we’d like them even better if we didn’t have to get on the freeway.   

Cue the corkscrew because now we don’t.


Tucked on a quiet street above a very not-so-quiet one (in the center of Boystown Santa Monica Blvd.) comes
V Wine Room, bearing full-bodied news for oenephiles.

In a
room once reserved for bibliophiles (it used to be a library), original hardwood floors remain, bookshelves are being rebuilt, and a Dewey Decimal system is being constructed – although this time, it will be used to organize wines.

Low lighting and a romantic olive tree make V a snazzy place to pop in before a meal, or anytime really (they open at 10a every day).
 Try the $15 flight of five to start. You’ll quaff varietals that you’ll never see at Trader Joe’s or BevMo— all California boutique selections and some of them with runs of just 50 bottles.

From there, purchase by the glass or bottle, or just grab a to-go bottle for your dinner party. Or if you really fell in love,
take a whole case back to HQ.
V Wine Room
903 Westbourne Dr. (at Santa Monica Blvd.), West Hollywood
(310) 749-1703
vwesthollywood.com

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Cartier Releases Rotonde de Cartier: Panther With Granulation for Pre SIHH Preview

Cartier is gearing up for the SIHH 2013 and has released previews of two exciting new watches prior to the main event which will be launched on January21, 2013. The watches will be unveiled officially at SIHH 2013. The first watch that was released for a pre-SIHH 2013 preview is the Rotonde de Cartier: Panther with Granulation. It is a fabulous watch which forms part of the Cartier d’Art line that boasts of several other watches that showcase different artistic crafts mostly displayed as part of the dial decoration. This Rotonde de Cartier watch has a dial which is decorated with a panther which has been crafted using very small gold granules.

The Cartier Watch has Revived the Millennia Old Craft

Seeing the finished product it is difficult to imagine how painstaking the whole process of creating the image of a panther on the dial is. The incredible result has been achieved through an ancient and immensely time consuming craft. But the final result of a sparkling and shimmering reproduction of a panther in 22 carat gold has been worth it. The prime examples of similar craftsmanship are the Etruscan granulation applied objects dating back to the first century. The Cartier watch has brought back the millennia old craft back to life and made it one of the most exclusive and desirable watches.
Rotonde de Cartier

Only Twenty Pieces of the Limited Edition Watch Will be Made

Cartier has reinterpreted the ancient craft in its own unique way and made it modern and contemporary. The tiny 22 carat gold granules are applied individually by hand. It is a precise craft as you apply one granule at a time to build the final picture. The tiny granules are cut from a gold thread and then heated and applied. It was finally fused to the base of the watch. The final picture has achieved a sparkle that changes when seen from different angles. The case has been crafted out of 18 carat yellow gold and has been embellished with 306 brilliant cut diamonds totaling 3.63 carats. The case back is sapphire crystal. The limited edition creation will have a run of only twenty pieces.
Via: forums.watchuseek

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Cartier Brings Out a Limited Edition Series of Its Famous Crash Model for SIHH 2013


The Luxury Hub
Cartier has turned on all engines for the upcoming SIHH 2012 and has announced a limited edition series of the luxury brands famous Crash model, in addition to several new creations. I am sure most of you will find the dial quite odd-looking at first sight. It seems as if the metal has molten and become disfigured due to excess heat. But you will be able to appreciate the aesthetic value of this watch once you know the story behind. Infact it will also clear the mystery behind the name of this series.
In the 60s, a Vice-president of Cartier had a terrible car accident, which resulted in a fire, melting his watch on his wrist. The watch he was wearing that time was an oval Cartier Bagnoire Alongee, which due to the high temperature took the form of Dali’s melting watches or ”the camembert of time”. Jean-Jacques Cartier, who was the head of Cartier London that time found the limp dial shape to be unique and inspiring, and thus emerged this historical Cartier design. This series was first launched way back in 1967 and was re-issued as a limited edition of 300 watches in 1991. For the SIHH 1993, Cartier came up with platinum version of the design, and then moved on to creating diamond dress versions for ladies.
cartier crash limited edition watch
Ever since it was first released in the late 60s, the Crash series has gone on to become a favourite for collectors, with its value rising meteorically.  For SIHH 2013, we can see four new avatars of the Crash edition, designed for ladies. The bracelets for this collection have diamond encrusted in white or pink gold, making it look like delicate dew drops. Each watch is individually numbered and will be available only at select Cartier stores. These timepieces have a manually wound movement and come in two versions: the simpler version adorned with 150 diamonds of approximately 2.15 carats, while the all-diamond version adorned with 471 diamonds of approximately 4.27 carats.
Via: Luxois
Cartier Brings Out a Limited Edition Series of Its Famous Crash Model for SIHH 2013

Friday, November 30, 2012

Mischa Barton Presents the Most Expensive iPhone Case by Uunique

The Luxury Hub
Any new product launched by Apple triggers hyper activity in the industry making cases. iPhone 5 being the most recent product launch many new case designs are still hitting the market and there is a new one that claims to be the most expensive iPhone 5 case ever. Uunique, a UK brand has launched its London Lotus iPhone case with a party at Kensington Rood Gardens. Actress Mischa Barton played the hostess and unveiled the most expensive case. Ms Barton has an ongoing collaboration with the company and has designed a whole new collection of cases for them. The occasion saw the unveiling of the collection by Mischa Barton which includes very many less expensive designs.

Barton Designed Something Functional and Fashionable

The London Lotus iPhone case is emblazoned with 18 carat rose gold, pink and white diamonds and carries a price tag of a whopping $302,985. The launch party for the expensive case was suitably grand and Mischa Barton, the star of ‘The OC’ was at hand to present the blingy accessory. Uunique had approached the actor for a collaboration and she had agreed immediately as she found it interesting to design something that is both functional and fashionable. Ms Barton was dressed for the occasion and came in a long maxi dress with sparkling gems studded on it for design and a brilliant headband that enhanced her overall look.

Uunique by Mischa Cases Start at $40

Barton has taken a fashionable approach to designing cases for the iPad and iPhone. She has used different kinds of fake metals and Perspex, fake wood, cork and plastics to come up with interesting designs. She has even used different fabrics and incorporated different types of embroidery and embossing on them. Barton was very excited about the creative experience. She admitted at the launch party that she is quite a science geek and loved new innovations. She said that she wouldn’t call herself a tech nut but liked gadgets and whenever she came across a new gadget she enjoyed playing with them. The collection designed by her is rather inexpensive as the ‘Uunique by Mischa’ cases start at $40. The most expensive piece in the collection is a Swarovski crystal encrusted model which is priced at $960.
Via: nydailynews
Mischa Barton Presents the Most Expensive iPhone Case by Uunique

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

The Gibbs Quadski Capable of Same Level of Performance on Water as on Land


The vehicle seems to have been designed with the suave British secret agent James Bond in mind. The Quadski designed and produced by GIBBS offers the best in High Speed Amphibian (HSA) Technology. You can very well imagine James Bond playing in the water with the Bond beauties and going after the bad guys at 45 mph at the switch of a button. A somewhat large ski with two hidden wheels has been designed to reach the top speed of 45 mph both on land and water. The transition process has been simplified and can be activated at the switch of a button. The transition period is also very short at only four seconds.

It is Powered by a BMW Motorrad K1300 Engine

The Gibbs Quadski has been designed primarily for fun but the technology involved is pretty serious which makes it capable of performance which is unmatched by any other vehicle. The Quadski is powered by a BMW Motorrad K1300 engine that ensures the same level of performance in the water or on land. As you get into the water the wheels of the Quadski can be retracted at the push of a button and you can continue enjoying the same level of performance in water as you did outside. And it is not a mere concept anymore but a vehicle that is ready to go on sale very soon.

Gibbs Has Patented the High Speed Amphibian (HSA) Technology

Similarly when you want to get out of the water and as you approach land the wheels can be deployed again with the flick of a button and you can continue riding the vehicle on the ground at the same speed. GIBBS has patented the High Speed Amphibian (HSA) Technology that makes the Quadski capable of unique performance on water. Normally all the sports amphibian vehicles that have become commercially available have a top speed of 10 mph or less on water. The GIBBS Quadski has raised the bar dramatically and set new standards in flexibility, freedom and fun. And since it is the best in its category it is the priciest as well. The commercial sale of the vehicle is scheduled to start in November with a price tag of $40,000.
Via: ohgizmo

Friday, October 19, 2012

Clothing that is a Teese, Von Teese


Dita Von Teese Collection
Von Teese wearing her VIP Trench Coat  


Burlesque performer Dita Von Teese has made a career out of undressing in a seductive, Bettie Page pinup fashion. Now the international fashion sensation--she’s been profiled in Vogue--is launching a capsule collection at Los Angeles’s Decades boutique.

The clothes are surprisingly mature and sophisticated for a novice designer, not to mention nightclub performer. The Second Look dress ($595) is a long-sleeved, high-necked sheath made of a viscose blend that’s lined with powermesh, the spandex used in high-end shapewear. The one-shoulder Follow Me dress ($895) in silk chiffon is sexy yet demure. And the VIP Trench Coat ($895) is structured with shoulder pads and a tulle-enhanced flare that looks like an Anita Ekberg outfit from La Dolce Vita.

Four of the five pieces in the collection are sold in basic black, while one garment--the red-carpet-ready Bon Bon Maxi dress ($995)--comes in a fetching dusty-blue-and-red print (which is based on Von Teese’s signature half-moon manicure). 

We’re intrigued by this new second act for Von Teese, who also has a fragrance and lingerie and cosmetics lines overseas. 

And in case you were wondering, she’s yet to give up her night job--she’s scheduled for three nights of burlesque this month in New York.

Decades, 8214 1/2 Melrose Ave.; 323-655-1960 or decadesinc.com

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Los Angeles Weekend Guide

Via Daily Candy
we?re revolting pop-up!
Children of the revolution.
SHOP
We’re Revolting Pop-Up
What:
Su Wu brings her art and culture blog (I’m Revolting) to life at Creatures of Comfort with one-of-a-kind objets d’art, limited-edition wares, and eccentric decor.
Why: Pom-pom wall hangings by Mimi Jung, kaleidoscope glasses by Brent Pearson, resin geodes by Elyse Graham, and ceramic bangles crafted in L.A. by Jujumade.
When: Thru Nov. 10. Opening party, Sat., 5-8 p.m.
Where: 7971 Melrose Ave., b/t N. Hayworth & N. Edinburgh Aves., West Hollywood (323-655-7855). Map It

In My Air Debuts at Weekend Lovers
What: Be the first to slip on luxe staples and modern necessities from the emerging label’s fall collection, then start planning for spring during a sneak preview of what’s to come.
Why: Free customized In My Air tees and cocktails from the mix masters at The Spare Room.
When: Tonight, 7-10 p.m.
Where: 351 S. La Brea Ave., b/t W. Third & W. Fourth Sts., Mid-City West (323-933-9032). Map It

 SHOP
Shoe Therapy Happy Hour
What:
The grand opening of the newest Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse, with DJ, champagne, and more than 30,000 pairs of shoes.
Why: So many ways to save — spin the shoe wheel to find your discount, claim a gift with purchase, and receive an exclusive offer when you R.S.V.P.
When: Nov. 15. Thurs., 6-8 p.m.
Where: Westfield West Covina, 112 Plaza Dr., upper lvl., next to Macy’s. R.S.V.P. at offbroadwayshoes.com/WestCovinaParty.
 

PEEP
Camera Night at the Ivar
What:
A view of Hollywood’s most notorious rock-turned-strip club through the lens of notable L.A. photographers in the ’70s and ’80s.
Why: Hear legendary tales from the photographers and a former employee (who wrote an off-Broadway play about Ivar) at the opening reception.
When: Thru Nov. 25. Reception, Sat., 7-10 p.m.
Where: Drkrm, 727 S. Spring St., b/t W. Seventh & W. Eighth Sts., Downtown (213-612-0276). Admission is free. Map It

INDULGE
The Food Event
What:
The Los Angeles magazine foodie fest returns with unlimited tastes from more than 40 lauded restaurants, celebrity chef demos, and a fully stocked bar with wine, beer, and cocktails.
Why: Sample bites from Cooks County, Blue Cow Kitchen, Sotto, Mo-Chica, Short Cake, and many more.
When: Sun., 2-5 p.m.
Where: 31727 Mulholland Hwy., at Kanan Dume Rd., Malibu. Tickets ($115-$130) at eventbrite.com. Map It

EAT
Brunch at Stella Rossa Pizza Bar

What: The neighborhood joint wakes up early on weekends to top its pies with prosciutto and farm eggs. Save room for savory tartines, fried eggs with tomato jam, and bread pudding.
Why: The Cabin Fever cocktail has maple syrup, so it’s a breakfast drink, right?
When: Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: 2000 Main St., b/t Bicknell Ave. & Bay St., Santa Monica (310-396-9250). Map It
Photos: Courtesy of David Neale; Courtesy of Morie Nishimura; Courtesy of Ilana Kohn; Courtesy of Haruhi Okubo

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Celebrity Real Estate: Hilary Swank, Diddy are selling

This week in celebrity real estate circles, we're checking out homes that have recently hit the market, including Hilary Swank's home in Pacific Palisades, and New York apartments that belong to P. Diddy and Tatum O'Neal.
Hilary Swank lists Pacific Palisades home
Zillow
Hilary Swank's home is a Spanish-Mediterranean-style estate.

Hilary Swank's home is more than a million dollar baby. The Pacific Palisades home is listed for $9.495 million.
The Academy Award-winning actress bought the property at 439 Paseo Miramar, Pacific Palisades, California 90272 in 2007 for $5.8 million, according to property records. She then reworked and restored the 1928 Mediterranean-style home with Marc Appleton & Associates and designer Mark Zeff.
Measuring 6,722 square feet on a about a third-of-an-acre, Swank's home is, in a word, swank. Dark beamed ceilings, hardwood floors and wrought-iron details fill the 6-bed, 7-bath home. The master suit features a walk-in closet, enormous bathroom and attached terrace. Additional home amenities include the necessary home theater, gym, guest room and pool.
The listing is held by real estate agent Myra Nourmand of Nourmand & Associates Realtors.
Zillow
Swank's home features lots of outdoor living spaces.
Zillow
Wrought-iron and tile details fill the home.

See more photos of Swank's home on Zillow.
P-Diddy lists New York apartment for $8.5 million
Zillow
The listing for P-Diddy's apartment only shows the building's exterior.
P-Diddy's apartment just hit the New York City real estate market for $8.5 million. Although originally a 3-bedroom apartment, Diddy has customized the place to be an entertainer's dream with just one bedroom and huge media and piano room.
The man born as Sean Combs has gone by a variety of monikers, including Puff Daddy, but each name change did nothing to alter his success. The 42-year-old music producer, rapper and businessman is one of the richest faces in hip-hop, earning $45 million a year, according to Forbes.
According to public property records, Diddy bought the Midtown condo located at 230 W 56th St #66-A, New York, New York 10019 in 2005 for $3.82 million.
Listed by Prudential Douglas Elliman real estate agent Rick Kelly, Diddy's modern apartment has some other celebrity neighbors, including spiritual guru Deepak Chopra. It was the former home of James Bond actor Daniel Craig. Only one photo was made available for the listing.
Tatum O'Neal re-lists NYC condo
Zillow
Tatum O'Neal's living space is dominated by an enormous ceiling medallion.
Tatum O'Neal, who entered rehab again in August after a drug arrest in June, has once again listed her New York City condominium for sale.
The 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment at 175 E. Broadway, New York, New York, 10002 has been on and off the market since 2008 and was re-listed for $1.645 million. Situated in the Lower East Side real estate market, the 1,435-square-foot unit is part of the prewar loft conversion building called The Forward Building.
Along with access to lower Manhattan, the apartment features an original ornate plaster ceiling, extra storage in the building's basement, an elevator with direct access to the street, and a 24-hour doorman.
According to the New York Post, O'Neal has rented the apartment out in recent years after she relocated to Los Angeles. She bought the unit in 2006 for $1.425 million and first listed it in June 2008 for $1.675 million.
Zillow
The kitchen is a study in white minimalism.
Zillow
A stained glass window accents one of the bedrooms.
See more photos of O'Neal's condo on Zillow.