Former DreamWorks President Lewis W. Coleman turns a profit on upgraded Midcentury

By Jack Flemming

The reviews are in: This Midcentury home in La Cañada Flintridge is a hit.

Lewis W. Coleman, the former president of DreamWorks Animation, has sold the upgraded five-bedroom house for $4.35 million, or $355,000 above the asking price.

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