Carbon Beach

An Ideal Lifestyle & Location

Known as “Billionaire’s Beach” for its impressive roster of business magnates and high-profile celebrities, the ultra-exclusive community of Carbon Beach sits along a crescent-shaped stretch of California’s coastline in Malibu, just west of Los Angeles. Surrounded by the stunning natural beauty of the Santa Monica Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, local residents enjoy close proximity to a host of luxuries and upscale conveniences, including retail, casual dining, and lifestyle destinations at Malibu Country Mart, Malibu Colony Plaza, and the historic Malibu Pier. Within a few minutes drive are renowned restaurants such as Mastro’s Ocean Club, Mr. Chow and Nobu Malibu, where internationally acclaimed chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s signature fusion cuisine is served in a chic dining room where virtually every table features ocean views.

Located just steps from the beach access path, The Residences at Carbon Beach invites morning jogs or sunset strolls on Malibu’s prized golden sand to become a treasured part of daily life. Residents are surrounded by some of the best of Southern California’s destinations for nature and sport, including hiking, biking, and equestrian trails through the Santa Monica Mountains, and renowned surf spots at Surfrider Beach, Little Dume, and Zuma Beach. Those seeking cultural excursions will enjoy tours of the many wineries in and around Malibu where tastings take place in a truly scenic landscape.

The extraordinary lifestyle of Malibu is a world apart in many ways, but one that is made even more attractive by easy access to Los Angeles. Owners with business or social engagements in the city’s premier neighborhoods – Beverly Hills, Bel Air, and the canyons of Hollywood Hills among others – will enjoy a simple and beautiful commute on the iconic Pacific Coast Highway and Sunset Boulevard.

Malibu

Located just west of Los Angels along a slender 27-mile long crescent of south-facing Pacific Ocean coastline and wide beaches, Malibu offers an unparalleled combination of stunning natural beauty, exciting venues for outdoor sports, and fascinating historical sites. Only minutes from the bright lights and excitement of Los Angeles, it is a world apart defined by its casual atmosphere and understated sophistication. Uncrowded and uncomplicated, Malibu is the ideal place to truly relax in comfort. Its worldly and discriminating residents enjoy access to some of the region’s best fine and casual dining restaurants as well as a wide array of shopping locales.

Capturing the essence of Southern California’s inimitable character and its quintessentially easygoing style, a typical day in Malibu can easily take residents from a refreshing session on world-class surf breaks to a scenic hike through the Santa Monica Mountains to a sunset wine tasting overlooking the ocean, among many other possibilities. A favorite of celebrities and entertainment industry executives, it offers a tranquil escape from the excitement of Los Angeles, while providing exceptional proximity to the city’s top destinations for business and culture.

Los Angeles

Internationally renowned as the entertainment capital of the world, and affectionately known as “The City of Angels”, Los Angeles is an icon of American popular culture and a truly global city. Set along the Pacific Ocean and surrounded by canyons, mountain ranges, and deserts, it is not only spectacularly scenic, but also enjoys year-round Mediterranean-style temperate weather, abundant sunshine, and little rainfall. Beyond its beauty, this extraordinarily varied landscape puts countless outdoor activities just minutes away – it is truly a place where one can swim in the morning and ski in the afternoon.

The culture of LA is as multi-faceted as its geography. Legendary shopping and dining destinations in tony neighborhoods including Beverly Hills and Bel Air are the glamorous playgrounds of A-list celebrities who embrace the city as a place to see and be seen. Acclaimed arts and entertainment destinations such as The Getty Center, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry are joined by world-class sporting and live entertainment destinations including the Staples Center and the Hollywood Bowl. Among the most sophisticated cities for those who appreciate excellent cuisine, LA also offers a rich array of choices from classical five-star fine dining to casual eateries launched by some of today’s most interesting new chefs.

Ever-evolving and dynamic, Los Angeles is an economic powerhouse that is the second largest city in the United States after New York City. It is ranked as the country’s top international trade capital, leading manufacturing capital, top seaport, and is home to world-class hospitals, research institutions, colleges, and universities.