Malibu Times Magazine featured Shawmut’s Luxury Homes business in its recently-launched Malibu Home section, sharing our history building beachfront properties in the coastal community. Recognized for providing a seamless building process, our teams have constructed homes in Malibu, allowing us to become even more familiar with the local community. Read excerpts from the feature, “Preserving and Building Malibu’s Beauty,” below and the full story in Malibu Times Magazine's spring issue here.

By building landmarks from Nobu Ryokan to Nobu Malibu to Soho Little Beach House, Shawmut has brought to life exquisite beachfront properties that honor and showcase the coastline. The Shawmut team has also worked in local gathering places, including Fred Segal’s outpost in Malibu Country Mart.

“We’re known for our world-class client experience that exceeds expectations,” Greg Skalaski, executive vice president of Shawmut West, said. “We believe that the building process should be just as enjoyable as the finished home.”


Throughout the entire journey—from site exploration through construction and white-glove closeout—the firm is committed to acting as a true partner, ensuring excellence in craftsmanship and flawless execution.

With a lift in requests for accessory dwelling units (ADUs), ensuring respect for and attention to the natural landscape is increasingly important. Shawmut’s team of experts in green and sustainable methods ensures the preservation of Malibu’s climate and habitat.

Choosing equitably-priced subcontractors—both locally and around the world—ensures care is part of every project. Shawmut is committed to building sustainably, and preserving and protecting the natural landscape of Malibu, often bringing in top-tier experts to keep natural elements intact. The firm’s wellness consultant ensures the environment is cared for—from photovoltaic and geothermal systems to passive and LEED-certifiable homes to circadian lighting.