By Pauline O’Connor
Originally Published by CurbedLA
The 6,020-square-foot condo was designed by Todd-Avery Lenahan.
Designed by skyscraper specialist Robert A.M. Stern, Century City’s ritzy condo complex The Century counts Matthew Perry, Candy Spelling, Nobu Matsuhisa, and Rhianna among the members of its well-heeled HOA.
The paparazzi-proof high-rise contains a pair of three-story townhouse units, one of which has just come on the market with an asking price of $9.995 million.
Per the listing, the 6,020-square-foot unit’s interior was customized by Todd-Avery Lenahan, designer du jour of swanky spaces for the Four Seasons, Ritz-Carlton, and Wynn hotel chains.
Soft-rockin’ a subdued palette of creams and taupes, the condo has four bedrooms and five and a half baths. Its features include hardwood floors, marble countertops, fabric-bedecked walls, a iPad-controlled Crestron sound and lighting system, and a private wraparound terrace with fireplace and lounge area.
With the monthly HOA fees of $4,585 comes a raft of deluxe amenities, including 24-hour security, valet, doorman and concierge services; a 75-foot-long swimming pool; a plush screening room; yoga and Pilates studios; and a wine-storage facility.
A stronger selling point, however, may be the building’s proximity to the newly remodeled Westfield Century City mall, just a minute’s chauffeured-town-car ride away.