Danny Brown: Partner & Broker, The Agency

Danny Brown is a partner at The Agency, a global leader in luxury residential real estate based in Beverly Hills. He is one of the top real estate agents in California and represents ultra-high net-worth clients including many family offices, C level executives, tech entrepreneurs, athletes, entertainers, builders and investor groups.  Born and raised in Los Angeles he graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Arts degree  in International Relations.

What do you love most about Your City?

The Pacific Ocean.  All the pressure, traffic and anxiety recedes at the sea.  I start most days working out at the beach.

Favorite breakfast meal & restaurant?

Pancakes At Dupars in the Original Farmers Market.  My grandfather took me there as a toddler and I’ve been hooked ever since.

What are you doing at:

6:00 AM – Terrorist negotiation with one of my 3 kids.  Which usually gets resolved by me giving them my Ipad in exchange for a few extra minutes of shut eye.

10:00 AM – I’m at the office making calls, sending texts and emails and setting up appointments and property tours.  

12:00 PM - Favorite Power Lunch spot/meal?  

South Beverly Grill  or cabana café at the Beverly Hill Hotel pool.  Tomato soup and McCarthy Salad.

(11863 Darlington Ave #106 Brentwood, CA 90049)

7:00 PM -  I Try to get home to have dinner with my wife and kids.

11:00 PM – I usually watch Southern Charm with my wife if she’s still up or sneak in a few episodes of Narcos or Fauda and go to bed.

What drink do you need to get through the day and at the end (and how many)? 

Peets coffee Dickinson’s blend with Laird Hamiltons Superfood Creamer.  Usually 1 big mug in the morning before I take the kids to school

To end the day, a great anejo tequila with one sphere cube.

Most used App/Favorite Instagram Account?

Instagram for sure.  Eric Thomas (@ettthehiphoppreacher) and Gary Vaynerchuk (@GaryVee) both bring fire and passion in quick bursts every day.  I find their authenticity and realness riveting.   

What should everyone try at least once?

Try Hitting a 92 MPH fastball.  It’ll give you perspective on how easy our jobs really are.

Where do you enjoy getting lost?

Museums and art galleries.