Max Palevsky's house (former)

Also known as 'Palevsky Renovation' by Coy Howard, this property was owned by the American art collector, venture capitalist, philanthropist, and computer technology pioneer. Original house was by George Washington Smith in 1929. Palevsky hired Howard to tie the house together in 1988.

Max Palevsky,who Max Palevsky died in May, 2010, founded Scientific Data Systems of California in 1961. Within a year they introduced the model 910 computer, which made them profitable. Initially, they targeted scientific and medical computing markets. Palevsky sold SDS to Xerox in 1969 for $920 million.

As a venture capitalist, Palevsky has helped to fund many companies, including Intel and Rolling Stone magazine.
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@ 2012-12-07 17:38:16
Sold for $7.7M in 2010 to Juliette Rappaport (ex-wife of Kurt Rappaport).
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@ 2013-09-20 18:25:46
Sold again in August 2013 for just over $14M.

The new owner is businesswoman Alison Hawkins of CBRE.