L.A.’s newest star rises high above the rest—13 stories high, to be exact. Called One L.A., this custom-crafted, 12,700-square-foot penthouse atop Four Seasons Private Residences Los Angeles is turning heads all over town. Bloomberg recently touted the residence’s 6,000-square-foot wraparound rooftop terrace, walls of windows, multiple pools and panoramic views of the Hollywood Hills, Downtown and beyond—as well as its $75M price tag, which makes One L.A. the city’s most expensive condo on the market today. According to Bloomberg, One L.A.’s price represents “a record asking price in a city known more for megamansions than high-rise housing.”
“L.A. wasn’t ready for this before,” Billy Rose, The Agency’s Founder and Chief Culture Officer, who holds the listing alongside Marci Kays and Josh Myler, said in an interview. “It’s finally arrived with a chair at the table of global cities. This is something for people with multiple homes who aren’t here year-round but want a place that somebody’s overseeing 24/7 and with the service of the Four Seasons.”
Though One L.A. is best experienced in person, a newly released video takes a ride (literally) through the penthouse, revealing its incredible scale and unrivaled 360-degree views.
This extraordinary expression of Southern California’s singular architecture features two floors of customizable interiors with the number of bedrooms and bathrooms made to suit the owner’s needs. The spectacular roof deck offers a private lap pool, two reflecting pools and ample space for lounging, dining and entertaining. In addition to its artful, California Modern interiors created by renowned interior designer, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, One L.A. enjoys private elevator access between its two floors and a private six-car garage.
One L.A. is the shining crown jewel of the newly built Four Seasons Private Residences Los Angeles, a limited collection of just 59 residences developed by Jonathan Genton, CEO of Genton Development Company. Located in a coveted, vibrant neighborhood, the residences are mere moments from iconic shops and restaurants of Beverly Hills, Robertson Boulevard, Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood and Sunset Boulevard beyond.
Four Seasons Private Residences Los Angeles also offers residents seamless access to five-star onsite amenities and services, including concierge, in-residence dining and housekeeping, plus a private, saltwater pool with cabanas, a 19-seat IMAX Private Theatre Palais and lounge, a Harley Pasternak-designed Fitness Center, a residents’ lounge and more.
For more information on One L.A. and the available homes at Four Seasons Private Residences Los Angeles, contact Billy Rose, Marci Kays or Josh Myler and visit Four Seasons Private Residences Los Angeles.