Alexander Ali

publicist and founder/CEO of The Society Group

publicist and founder/CEO of The Society Group

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The Gilded Age of the late 19th century produced vast estates, built by powerful families and inspired by the châteaux and mansions of Europe.

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Alexander Ali, founder of The Society Group, at The Enchanted Woods.

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DnA visits The One, a "gigamansion" under construction in Bel Air with a record- breaking price tag of $500 million.

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