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West Hollywood Edition: $18.5M on the Sunset Strip
Sitting atop the Sunset Strip Hotel (designed by architect John Pawson), the 3,850-square-foot, three-bedroom Edition Penthouse B — finished in teak wood and travertine — offers a 1,000-square-foot private deck. The full-service building offers 24-hour security, room service, doorman and valet, gym, spa, restaurant, a rooftop pool and helipad. It’s listed by Branden and Rayni Williams of Williams & Williams at The Beverly Hills Estates.
8600 Wilshire Gardenhouse: $4.25M in Beverly Hills
This inventive building at 8600 Wilshire in Beverly Hills, designed by MAD Architects and featuring a facade of living plants, includes this three-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse with floor-to-ceiling windows, terrace and a sculptural staircase connecting its two levels. It also has a private foyer with direct elevator access from the underground garage and the lobby. It’s listed with Fredrik Eklund of Eklund | Gomes.
Pendry Residences: $13M in West Hollywood
One of eight penthouses in this just-completed building just below the Sunset Strip, the Pendry Residences’ Penthouse Terrace Estate 706 includes the project’s largest private outdoor terrace, featuring a private pool, hot tub, gas fire pit and outdoor kitchen and clocking in at just over 3,400 square feet of space offering amazing city views. That’s larger than the 2,681-square-foot unit itself, which has two bedrooms, two bathrooms (with deep soaking tubs) and a powder room. Owners have access to the adjacent Pendry Hotel (which, like the residences, counts Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney as architect and Martin Brudnizki as the designer) and its spa, bars, pool, and Wolfgang Puck restaurants Merois and Ospero. (For more info, email email@example.com)
Eastern Columbia Lofts: $4.5M in Downtown L.A.
Located inside downtown L.A.’s gorgeous turquoise-terra-cotta-clad art deco Eastern Columbia building — which opened in 1930 as a department store — this 3,320-square-foot penthouse includes four levels and two bedrooms and offers panoramic city views. It’s listed with Bill Cooper of Coldwell Banker.
A version of this story first appeared in the April 21 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Click here to subscribe.
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