Property Crush

Look Inside: This $1.59M W. Hollywood Condo Is Fit for the Glitterati

published Oct 21, 2019
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Feel like an A-lister in this luxe West Hollywood condo; the building comes with a concierge.


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A condo fit for the glitterati is for sale in a luxe high-rise building in West Hollywood where “The Hills” was filmed.

Recently remodeled with gold finishes in the kitchen and bathroom that feel just right, the one bedroom, one bathroom condo is on the ninth floor of the tony Empire West building. At 1,607 square feet, it’s not short on space. The bedroom has a spacious walk-in closet, plus there’s an office/den space that could be easily converted into a second bedroom.

High-end appliances, finishes, and design-forward lighting define the space.

“The neighborhood is amazing,” says Sotheby’s International Realty listing agent Justin Mandile. “You are within walking distance of Sunset Plaza and all the exciting venues and restaurants in West Hollywood.”

The Empire West building, which is located on the border of Beverly Hills and was constructed in the 1960s, comes packed with amenities. Among them is a rooftop pool with 360-degree panoramic views of the city. Champagne feels on brand; enjoy some with the twinkle of the city lights. 

Residents also have access to a tennis court and a fitness center. Plus, there’s a 24-hour door man, concierge services, and valet parking.

Worth mentioning: With Halloween approaching, this high-end condo in West Hollywood feels especially relevant. No, no. It’s not haunted. But, for the uninitiated, the city is known for throwing one of the best, if not the best, Halloween bashes in the country. The epic West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval plays out each Halloween a one-mile stretch of Santa Monica Boulevard.

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