October 11, 2020
Areas beyond Montecito—including the Riviera and Yankee Farm—now appear to have caught fire. The week's notable sales also include a New Age compound above Summerland, a midcentury spec renovation, a stylish downtown duplex, and more.
September 27, 2019
Also newly reduced: The last remaining part of the Lolita Armour estate; European pastiche below San Ysidro Ranch; killer views on Eucalyptus Hill; tasteful Don Nulty manor in east Montecito.
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LDR came to the Bowl in the fall of 2017....I'm sure we can get her to return. It was a great show! — Laurie
There's a 238-space underground garage. — Erik Torkells
How is a 250 room hotel only going to have 29 parking spaces, That’s only parking for 11% of the guests. Where are the other… — Sb Local
I can remember back when the city made a deal with the Wright family to extend Garden street to Cabrillo in exchange the approval for… — Dan O. Seibert
Thanks for highlighting a critical flaw in this proposed hotel, the public is not be allowed to use it. Imagine trying to build a 250-room… — Keep the Funk
It will be so sweet to return to celebrating our yearly wedding Anniversary (married in the gardens 30 years ago!) and listening to live music… — MAB
Erik you may not get them BUT Kings Of Leon are playing mostly Arenas now & The Fabulous Forum before playing the SB.Bowl. There will… — Commander
May we all pray for Christine! and her return to sobriety. — Tucker McElroy
Not necessarily. 119 of 130 of the extended-stay rooms would have kitchens, and the phrase "select service" implies little in the way of amenities. The… — Erik Torkells