Over the course of two years, architect Walter Meyer expanded and modernized the residence while maintaining its original design and character. Updates include modern Wolf appliances in the kitchen and a built-in entertainment room in the upstairs den.
Doja Cat is selling a mid-range Beverly Hills hideaway
A year after buying it, social media star and pop icon Doja Cat is moving out of her LA home.
In the year February 2021 The “Kiss Me More” singer dropped $2.2 million on a three-bedroom home in the mountains above Beverly Hills between Franklin Canyon and Tree People Parks. She has now listed it for $2.5 million with Paige Ogden of Tammy Pardee and Pardee Properties.
Tucked away on a narrow street off Mulholland Drive, the 2,400-square-foot property describes indoor/outdoor living, according to the listing, with a “backyard oasis” featuring a sparkling hot tub, built-in seating, concrete floors and mature trees.
According to Dirt.com, the singer-songwriter is already out, but fans will definitely recognize the innards from his many TikToks and Instagram posts.
Start of sales
96+Broadway opens sale.
JVP Management has launched sales for 96+Broadway, a new 23-story luxury condo on the Upper West Side. Prices for one- to five-bedroom apartments for the building’s 131 residences range from $1-395 million.
Located between Riverside Park and Central Park, 96+Broadway comes from architect Thomas Jule-Hansen, previously at 505 West 19th Street in Chelsea, 210 West 77th Street on the Upper West Side, and 50 West Street in Lower Manhattan.
In a nod to the local Beaux Arts buildings, Jules-Hansen used Jura gray limestone from German stonemason Franken-Schötter to create a dynamic grid pattern with wide windows and stepped terraces.
“This is a building that lasts,” Jules-Hansen said in a statement.