Four Seasons Private Residences Los Angeles
Known as “One L.A.,” the pinnacle of luxury atop Four Seasons Private Residences Los Angeles, the penthouse represents the most expensive condo in the Los Angeles market, listed at $75 million. If sold at its listing price, One L.A. would break the record for the highest priced condo sold in the L.A. market. Standing 12 stories high, the two-level Case Study-inspired architectural penthouse One L.A. sits in the heart of Beverly Hills near the famed Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills and the Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel.
As a customizable canvas on the inside, the penthouse spans nearly 13,000 square feet with the flexibility for the buyer to further customize the interior floor plan, and if they so choose, they can hire an interior designer of their choice to retrofit the space. The aesthetic of Richard Neutra brings natural light inside stunning interiors, from an open-concept living and dining room with room for a crowd to a master suite sanctuary framing the LA skyline. Custom architecture pays homage to the famed “LA School of Art,” mastering the mid-century modernist spirit infused with contemporary LA style. Future owners can host expansive gatherings at the private 6,000-square foot rooftop garden oasis. Providing the ultimate privacy, security and ease, the penthouse also offers direct elevator access and a private six-car garage.
Representing the first standalone residential project for Four Seasons in North America, Four Seasons Private Residences Los Angeles comprises 59 luxury residences, including the penthouse. Developed by Jonathan Genton of Genton Development Company, the residences feature interiors designed by celebrity interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard. With inspiration sourced from the great furniture designers of the 1950s and ‘60s, bringing sophisticated flair to the building’s luxury mid-century aesthetic, Bullard incorporates nostalgic materials like terrazzo with a nod to Rio de Janeiro’s mosaic-style walkways –– all while capturing the modern California lifestyle. The average residence spans more than 2,400 square feet.All residences offer professional-grade gourmet kitchens with built-in cabinetry and integrated appliances by Gaggenau. Designer ensuite bathrooms boast exquisite fixtures and high-quality materials that induce a spa-like sense of luxury and blissful escape. Primary bathrooms showcase signature Four Seasons features: a deep soaking tub, separate glass-walled showers and dual vanities clad in marble.
All residents at the property have access to amenities including: an indoor-outdoor Harley Pasternak-designed fitness and wellness center with state-of-the-art equipment, a private training room, a recovery room with HydroMassage and an outdoor zen space, all overlooking the pool terrace; a tiled saltwater pool with zero-edge design complemented by chic lounge furniture, and private cabanas equipped with ceiling fans; the world’s most immersive IMAX Private Theatre Palais™ experience, allowing for up to 18 people to enjoy a unique cinematic experience on the 17-foot screen; a Residents Lounge with intimate seating to enjoy a coffee, read a newspaper, or relax; a common-area kitchen, library; and valet parking.
Located at the gateway to Beverly Hills, Four Seasons Private Residences Los Angeles lies within a 10-minute drive or 30-minute walk to Melrose District’s eclectic collections, Beverly Hills and North Robertson, as well as world-renowned restaurants, retailers and galleries. Overlooking Wetherly Drive, two-bedroom, two-bathroom plus den residences begin at approximately $3,250,000.
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One L.A., the nearly 13,000-square-foot penthouse atop Four Seasons Private Residences Los Angeles, listed at $75 million.
Inside One L.A., the penthouse pinnacle of luxury in Los Angeles in the heart of Beverly Hills.
Inside the lounge designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard at Four Seasons Private Residences Los Angeles