When the company reached its peak it employed around 600 people. A decade later a reverend by the name of Charles H Scott purchased the land and in 1922 founded the city of Pacific Palisades. The goal was to create an elaborate religious-intellectual Commune. His believers snapped up the property and lived in tents while the subdivisions and lived in tents while they were being built. These tents would turn into bungalows and bungalows into multimillion-dollar homes.
Now the history of the town has been preserved by the historical society and there are a number of people attempting to preserve the history of the