Wall Street Journal Profiles Stunning Architect’s Bespoke Condo

Would you pay more than $3.1 million dollars to walk to work?

World famous architect Richard Landry, founder of the Landry Design Group, did just that. When the drive from Malibu to Century City became too much, he decided to move his family a bit closer to work. In doing so, he bought this stunning condo and spent more than $300,000 refurbishing it to his tastes, as profiled in this slide show by the Wall Street Journal.

This “master of mansions” has since decided to build a new 10,000 square foot home in nearby Brentwood, and is listing the condo for nearly $3.8 million. The listing is held by two of Teles’ most high profile agents, Heather T. Roy and Learka Brosnak.

The condo, located at 1 West Century Drive and on the 30th floor, presents a rare opportunity for buyers.

Selected for its stunning views and the exceptional quality of the building, this D plan layout has two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a private elevator vestibule, service entrance and large terrace.

Unique to this unit are a meticulously designed Leicht kitchen with Miele and Wolf appliances, custom wall colors, Lutron remote shades, a bespoke lighting scheme, and more, all precisely designed and beautifully integrated.

The Century, the complex in which the unit is located, is an almost 4-acre property developed by Related Companies of New York and designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects.

The guard-gated, LEED-certified property with 24-hour valet and doorman service includes inspired gardens and grounds, 140 luxury residences in 42 stories, soaring lobbies, a reading room, state of the art screening room, on-site gym and studio space, temperature controlled wine storage, a business center and boardroom.

There’s also a 75-foot resort-style pool, and Michelin star restaurateur David Myers’ travel-inspired California restaurant Hinoki and the Bird.

Read the entire feature and see the stunning slideshow here.

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