Marc Silver is a partner in Sloane + Silver in the flagship Beverly Hills office of Sotheby's International Realty, specializing in historic and architecturally significant properties.
A real estate professional with a broad knowledge of property on both the Westside and Eastside of Los Angeles, Marc has represented properties by illustrious architects such as Paul Williams, John Lautner, Cliff May and Raphael Soriano, including the sale of the Julius Shulman Residence + Studio, 1950, which has been declared Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument #325. He has also represented houses by many of today's design leaders including Lorcan O'Herlihy, Offenhauser-Mekeel and Marmol-Radziner.
Marc has published articles on real estate topics including historical and market-oriented pieces on such areas as Beverly Hills' Trousdale Estates and Los Feliz's Laughlin Park. He has also been featured in The Los Angeles Times' Hot Property column.
Known for his taste and eye for quality properties in addition to his people skills and negotiating prowess, Marc is a favorite choice of those buying or selling distinctive real estate in Los Angeles.