Tarzana Mediterranean House Project
Tarzana Mediterranean style mansion project is contracted by the partnership of SDG & ALJ Property Management and consists of building a residential house of 7,500 sqf on a land of 339,000 sqf.
All permits process are completed and the construction process has started. Even though February rain season has been disturbing the construction process has not been affected and the estimated end date has not been changed.
Brief History of Tarzana
The area now known as Tarzana was occupied in 1797 by Spanish settlers and missionaries who established the San Fernando Mission. the land was ceded to the United States in 1848 by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. The area was purchased in 1909 by the Los Angeles Suburban Homes Company. LA Times founder and publisher General Harrison Gray Otis invested in the company and also personally acquired 550 acres (2.2 km2) in the center of modern-day Tarzana.
In February 1919, Edgar Rice Burroughs, author of the popular Tarzan novels, arrived in California with his family, relocating from Oak Park, Illinois. Burroughs purchased Otis’s tract and established Tarzana Ranch. Burroughs subdivided and sold the land for residential development with neighboring small farms following suit.
arzana, which measures 8.79 square miles, is bounded on the south by Topanga State Park, on the east by Encino, on the north by Reseda and on the west by Woodland Hills. The U.S. census counted 35,502 people living in Tarzana in 2000, and Los Angeles estimated the neighborhood’s population at 37,778 in 2008. The median household income in 2008 dollars was considered high, at $73,195. A total of 40.3% of Tarzana residents aged 25 and older have earned a four-year degree. Percentages of those residents with a bachelor’s degree or with a master’s degree are also high for the county.