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Rose Avenue

Dogtown Realty premier development opportunity in Venice

Venice veteran real estate agents Assaf Raz and Jeff F. Konecke are representing the sale of eight lots on the 300 block of Rose Avenue in Venice.

Three are contiguous lots, with a gap of two lots that are not owned by the seller, and then five additional contiguous lots.

Raz and Konecke said they have shared a vision for many years to bring unique investment and ownership opportunities to people passionate about the Venice area.

In January 2014 they launched their independent brokerage, Dogtown Realty, Inc., in the old Zephyr building on Main Street, Santa Monica, where the Dogtown surf and skate history began.

Raz had secured the Dogtown Realty name back in 2001 after seeing the Dogtown and Z-Boys documentary, which influenced him greatly, particularly the strong commitment to local community.

“This move was the first step toward taking our vision and philosophy of ‘localism’ and making it into the standard culture of the company, while providing a new way for our clients to interact and achieve their real estate goals,”  Raz said.

The Venice block of properties is anchored in the vibrant retail district of Rose Avenue, which spans 0.7 miles from Main Street to Lincoln Boulevard. Seven of the properties are currently duplexes, and one is being used as a commercial office.

The seven duplexes were built in 1953, and each sits on approximately 3,028 square foot lots with approximately 7,364 square feet of properties.

The corner property, 371 Rose was built in 2008 and it sits on a double lot (6,057sf). It is used for a commercial tenant and estimated at 4,000 sf. Rose retail district is a much sought-after mixed-use block of residential, office, retail and restaurants, only two blocks from Main Street and three blocks to Ocean Front Walk.

“This development really offers a once in a lifetime opportunity to invest, live and grow in the heart of the exciting and thriving Venice beach community,”  Konecke said.

For more information, visit www.300BlockOfRose.com.

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Corinne Rice of Zoetic Supperclub arrives in Venice

Zoetic – formerly known as Chartreuse – a wildly popular vegan pop-up dinner series in Detroit heads back to Los Angeles by way of Chef Corinne Rice.

This Saturday, Sept. 27 at Big Red Sun in Venice guests will be offered a four-course meal including locally sourced ingredients specific to the region along with live entertainment and BYOW (Bring your own wine).

Big Red Sun is located at 560 Rose Ave., Venice, CA 90291. The event starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $79 per person. Only 20 spots available so don’t hesitate. Get your seat by clicking here.

MENU

first | seaweed salad, cucumber, mouse melon, fermented watermelon rind

second | radish tartine, orange, thy

third | coconut sashimi, lemon, chives, spices

fourth | mint pesto noodles, sous vide mushrooms, peas, pea tendrils, basil

fifth | avocado flan, finger lime, coconut curry crumble, cilantro syrup, macadamia foam

Full Circle Venice

Introducing Full Circle Venice: A Co-Creative Collective On Rose Avenue

Full Circle Venice is a non-denominational non-profit community-based center located in the heart of Venice, known for its diversity, open-mindedness, and creativity.

It is an experiential environment where people can creatively expand their social relations and connect with other members of their community.

This is achieved through live performances, art exhibits, film screenings, yoga and dance classes, workshops, forums and other special events.

Full Circle promotes the general welfare through collective efforts that enhance the health, safety, peace, morals and comfort of the community.

Full Circle Venice is located at 305 Rose Ave, Venice. Courtesy of VeniceBeachPhotos.com.
Full Circle Venice is located at 305 Rose Ave, Venice. Courtesy of VeniceBeachPhotos.com.

Andrew Keegan, FCV Co-Founder, said it was a leader-full community dedicated to practicing the soul values of generosity, freedom and equality.

“We recognize the collective desire to live in a more harmonious experience,” Keegan said. “For some people, it’s hard to connect to these ideals, but I believe it.  We are all one, and we are in this together. With this understanding, our focus is leading a positive spiritual approach in all our gatherings.”

“Full Circle honors all peaceful cultures and teachers for the unique and inspired contributions they have made to the world, at the same time recognizing that an infinite field of possibility remains in which we can responsibly, imaginatively, and freely co-create our future together.

Full Circle’s weekly meditation ceremony, Resonate, is a place for the community to come together, develop friendships, hear from guest speakers and enjoy live music.

Resonate is unique, as it is spiritual in nature, but not affiliated with any particular path or religion. Like many Full Circle events, the event is free and open to the public.

Ben Decker, FCV Spiritual Director says, “In a time of intentionally misleading media, unprecedented violence; we live in a world where there is more confusion than there is understanding. We are here to create an environment where people can be themselves and express their creativity in a community that celebrates individuality.”

Full Circle Venice is located at 305 Rose Ave, Venice, CA. 90291.

For more information, call 310-452-2201 or visit www.fullcirclevenice.com.

Palm Tree Fire on Rose Tonight

Irwin was on the scene when this palm tree on Rose caught fire a little while ago, apparently the result of illegal fireworks. Irwin and another neighbor were able to keep the flames from spreading, with a hose and a couple of fire extinguishers until the fire department arrived and doused it. No reports of damage other than to the tree, but an excellent reminder of what can happen as a result of amateur (and illegal in Los Angeles) pyrotechnics.

palm tree on Rose

 

Ray Rae Pix Featured in LA Register!

Congrats to long time Venice resident Ray Ray for being featured in the LA Register Easy Reader!

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The register noted, “thanks to Ray Rae Photography for letting us feature your awesome photos in Easy Reader.” We agree!