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Paul Allen puts a $150-million price on storied acreage in Beverly Crest It’s the type of location moguls dream of: 120 acres of undeveloped land in one of L.A.’s ritziest pockets. And it’s now for sale at $150 million. Owned by billionaire and Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen, the sprawling Beverly Crest property is one of the largest undeveloped sites remaining on the Westside. Over-the-top dollar figures are often bandied about more as attention getters than as a bar for realistic value. But estates of this magnitude are a rarity in L.A., and a prized chip in a high-end market where affluent individuals put a premium on personal and private space. The multi-parcel property crests a hilltop between Beverly Glen and South Beverly Park and was once the site of an architectural treasure: a Spanish Colonial-style home designed by architect-to-the-stars Wallace Neff and built in the 1920s for cowboy actor Fred Thomson and his Oscar-winning screenwriter wife, Francis Marion. “It was the greatest Wallace Neff ever built,” real estate agent and historic architecture author Bret Parsons said. The estate originally encompassed about 24 acres, but was later expanded to its current size by Paul Kollsman, inventor of the altimeter, during his decades of ownership. The Times reported that Allen bought the property in 1997 from Kollsman’s widow for $20 million and had planned to renovate the grand residence. However, the 10,000-square-foot home and the surrounding structures — a guesthouse, stables and chauffeur’s quarters — were razed three years later.
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(Al Seib / Los Angeles Times) The focus of the preservation campaign is the office building, a 1973 structure designed by William Pereira, who also designed the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, CBS Television City in the Fairfax district and the futuristic Theme Building in the heart of Los Angeles International Airport. Los Angeles preservationist and cultural historian Richard Schave, who is leading the effort, said he does not care if Onni tears down the parking garage at 2nd and Broadway, which also dates from the 1970s — but he draws the line at the Pereira building. “The Pereira building is the crux of this nomination,” Schave said. “It’s very significant because his building is the least appreciated of the three, and he is a giant of California design.” If the Times buildings are declared city monuments, the Cultural Heritage Commission can block demolition for as long as six months with a majority vote of its members. The City Council can extend the ban for another six months. Delays would give the city time to consider alternate uses for the buildings or to encourage developers to keep parts of historic structures intact such as their facades. Demolition could occur after that if the development is otherwise approved by the city. Onni would also have to address the effects of demolishing the Pereira structure in the development’s environmental impact report. The Los Angeles Conservancy, the city’s most prominent preservation group, is not formally involved in the campaign but supports the effort, President Linda Dishman said.
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