Architect Richard Landry has listed his West Los Angeles architecture and design office for $6.2 million.
The Canadian architect, who has created mega mansions in many architectural styles for clients such as Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, Mark Wahlberg, Haim Saban and Wayne Gretzky, has worked from the 7,900-square-foot, two-story building for almost two decades. Included in the 1967 building are open workspace areas, three conference rooms, a full kitchen, wooden beamed ceilings, exposed brick and plenty of private parking for high-profile clients.
With a staff of 40 and a massive list of projects — including more than 8 million square feet of residential construction in China and a slew of U.S. projects, including a second 14,000-square-foot mansion for Brady and Bundchen in Brookline, Mass. — Landry has opted to invest in offices that are double its current size.
In December, he closed on a $6.15 million, 14,000-square-foot former animal hospital located on Sepulveda Boulevard in West Los Angeles. Landry is currently beginning a top-to-bottom renovation on the space, which is expected to be completed in late 2014.
Sperry Van Ness and Peter Hernandez of Teles Properties share the original Landry Design Group building listing.