Aaroe is hot in Malibu

Congratulations to Aaroe Estates Directors Adrian Grant and Donovan Healey for closing two of Malibu’s highest-priced sales in the past year! In addition, John Aaroe Group’s Maya Manshel and Aaron Kirman are offering one of the priciest homes currently on the market, the lavish La Villa Contenta at $54.5M.

Malibu is attracting more L.A. buyers than ever before, with more of them looking for primary residences — pushing residential sale prices to record-breaking levels. Part of the attraction could be the growth of Malibu’s downtown shopping and nightlife scene, including the openings last spring of luxury hotel Nobu Ryokan Malibu and members-only club Soho House. 

Not all buyers have to drop double-digit millions to own a slice of Malibu. With prices starting at $975,000, demand has been high for the 68-unit luxury condominium project Cavalleri in Point Dume, managed by Aaroe sister firm the Mark Company. Read more about the Cavalleri project here.

See the list of top Malibu sales and listings at the Real Deal

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