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We offer end-to-end services for design and installation of commercial & residential landscapes
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Our selected blends of artificial turfs are some of the most realistic looking on the market today and can be installed anywhere in your garden. As expert Century City landscapers we can assess your garden and suggest the right synthetic grass blend and design for your particular needs to have the fresh cut appearance of natural grass without the maintenance and high cost of watering. Our synthetic turf is soft to the touch and used in day care centers, schools and playgrounds on account of safety concerns. The materials utilized are safe for small children and pets or animals, offering a perfect atmosphere for little ones and family pets.
Century City is a 176-acre neighborhood and business district in Los Angeles’ Westside. Outside Downtown Los Angeles, Century City is one of the metropolitan area’s most prominent employment centers, and its skyscrapers form a distinctive skyline on the Westside. The district was developed on the former backlot of film studio 20th Century Fox, and its first building was opened in 1963. Important to the economy are the Westfield Century City shopping center, business towers, and Fox Studios. The Mapping L.A. project of the Los Angeles Times extends Century City’s western boundary to Beverly Glen Boulevard. The land of Century City belonged to cowboy actor Tom Mix (1880-1940), who used it as a ranch. It later became a backlot of 20th Century Fox, which still has its headquarters just to the southwest.The area is named for the 20th Century Fox’s Century Property. In 1956, Spyros Skouras (1893-1971), who served as the President of 20th Century Fox from 1942–62, and his nephew-in-law Edmond Herrscher (died 1983), an attorney sometimes known as “the father of Century City”, decided to repurpose the land for real estate development. The following year, in 1957, they commissioned a master-plan development from Welton Becket Associates, which was unveiled at a major press event on the “western” backlot later that year. Much of the shopping center’s architecture and style can be seen in numerous sequences in the 1967 Fox film, A Guide for the Married Man, as well as in a sequence in another Fox film of the same year, Caprice. Century City’s plaza as it appeared in the early 1970s can be viewed in several scenes of still another Fox film, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972).
You can choose from a full range of landscaping services, including irrigation system, drainage, hardscape and retaining walls, lighting systems, planting, water features and outdoor construction.
You want the best Century City landscaper, and we combine science and art to create landscape masterpieces that become the envy of the neighborhood. Because we’re passionate about our work, we approach each and every landscape design project with creativity and enthusiasm. To help you understand our process, we also explain everything that we do. Leave the hard yard work and grounds keeping to us and enjoy your outdoor space.
The area was first settled by the Chumash Native Americans around 10,000 years ago. As the Alta California (Upper California) coast was settled by SpanishFranciscan missionaries in the late 18th century, the El Camino Real (the Royal Road or King’s Highway), a road from Loreto, Baja California, Mexico to Sonoma, California, and connecting the Spanish missions in California, was established through the heart of what would later be known as Agoura Hills. In about 1800, Miguel Ortega was granted a Spanish grazing concession called Rancho Las Virgenes or El Rancho de Nuestra Señora La Reina de Las Virgenes. The grant was abandoned after Ortega’s death in 1810, and José Maria Dominguez was given Rancho Las Virgenes as a Mexican land grant in 1834. Maria Antonia Machado de Reyes purchased the rancho from Dominguez in 1845. (The “Reyes Adobe” ranch headquarters sits today in central Agoura Hills, where it is part of the Reyes Adobe Museum built around 2004 and owned by the Los Angeles County Parks and Recreation Department.) By 1900, Agoura Hills was being used as a popular stage stop for travelers along the Camino Real because of its natural spring at the foothills of Ladyface Mountain, one of Agoura Hills’ defining geographic features. Agoura Hills began to grow in the late 1960s after the Ventura Freeway section of U.S. Route 101 was built through the city’s heart, isolating its northern half from its south. The first housing tracts in Agoura were Hillrise, Liberty Canyon and Lake Lindero. Rapid growth continued during the 1970s, when schools were built and much of downtown erected. Agoura Hills became the 83rd City in Los Angeles County. Incorporating a year after neighboring Westlake Village, the drive for cityhood in the region was largely based on public discontent with the county’s failure to limit residential development of the area, motives that influenced Malibu and Calabasas to follow suit in 1991. The 1980s was a period of tremendous growth, with large land areas being subdivided into housing tracts and a great wave of migration of people into the city. In the 1990s, numerous businesses set up shop in the city, and downtown filled with shops and restaurants.
We also offer rapid service because let’s face it, your landscaping can’t tell time and don’t adhere to a standard work schedule. When you have an outdoor event and need your landscaping to look its best ever, we are the ones who will deliver for you! When you call for a Century City landscaper for service from Green Republic Landscaping, you’ll speak to a live person about your goals and dreams for you outdoor space. And you can rest assured that we set our appointments to meet the needs of your schedule, so our service is always convenient for you. When you need expert landscaping service, be sure to contact your local Century City landscaper at Green Republic Landscaping. No job is too small or too complex for us, and we would be happy to serve you and exceed your expectations!
Landscaper offers premiere full-service maintenance for your landscape. Our company serves commercial and residential clients throughout Los Angeles County. With more than 12 years of experience in the landscape installation, design and grounds maintenance industry, GRL has the expertise and resources to meet the needs of our clients.
A Green Republic Landscaping representative will develop a sound working relationship between you and our design consultants, which is the key to success that contributes significantly to the overall success of our projects. Time spent in preliminary discussion with our landscape consultants is time well spent. The client should talk us through the project requirements and discuss whether they have a specific budget as well as time constraints. We want our clients to have a clear understanding of the total cost of consultancy services, and a clear expectation of the timeframe the job can be complete. As the project progresses, clients may wish to be actively involved, with our consultants retained to explain and advise.