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April 29, 2024
Rob Report

A West Hollywood Penthouse Just Sold for $24 Million, One of L.A.’s Biggest Condo Deals in Years

8899 Beverly, one of L.A.’s most lavish new residential buildings, has been much in the news lately. Just days ago, actor Matt Damon paid $8.6 million for a two-bedroom pied-a-terre on the building’s fourth floor, one level below the new $9 million condo of Comcast CEO Brian Roberts. Now comes word that the development—completed in […]

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April 14, 2024
Los Angeles Magazine

Condo Sells for Record-Breaking $24 Million in L.A.

A luxury condo in West Hollywood was just sold for $24 million, making it the most expensive condo in Los Angeles history. How much would you spend on a condo? One buyer says $24 million.  A penthouse condominium at 8899 Beverly Boulevard just sold for $24 million — the highest priced condo in L.A. area […]

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March 8, 2024
Lux Exposé

Introducing The Houses at 8899 Beverly in West Hollywood

8899 Beverly in West Hollywood, California announces the official launch of sales for The Houses at 8899 Beverly, an exclusive collection of eight custom homes designed by the renowned architectural firm Olson Kundig.

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March 7, 2024

The Houses at 8899 Beverly offer options, sustainability and modernist nods

The Houses at 8899 Beverly by Olson Kundig is a collection of sustainable townhouses framing a midcentury area landmark in the West Hollywood Design District.

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March 5, 2024

Olson Kundig Launches The Houses At 8899 Beverly In West Hollywood

Seattle-based architectural firm Olson Kundig is redefining the luxury residential landscape of Los Angeles.

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February 28, 2024

Flying High

The sky’s the limit for these four L.A. high-rise residences – fashioned with exclusive amenities and breathtaking scenic views.

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February 28, 2024

Luxury Condos Illuminate the Anti-‘Big Light’ Movement

Social media is abuzz with disdain for “The Big Light,” the traditional overhead illumination often found in residences. This trend refers to a large, central ceiling light that, while practical, is criticized for being too stark and lacking in aesthetic appeal. In response, interior designers are embracing statement lighting, transforming functional fixtures into captivating works of art. Many luxury condos showcase unique statement lighting, offering inspiration to those seeking an alternative to “The Big Light.”

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