The Wall Street Journal reports that a sprawling contemporary Beverly Hills estate built for sports and marketing executive Casey Wasserman (chairman of the Los Angeles Organizing Committee for the 2028 Games) is hitting the market with a $125 million price tag.
If it sells for that much, it would be the county’s most expensive house, unseating a Malibu property that Hard Rock Cafe founder Peter Morton sold earlier this year for $110 million.
The 3-acre Beverly Hills compound was originally three separate parcels—two owned by Wasserman’s grandparents (the Hollywood studio mogul Lew Wasserman and his wife, philanthropist Edie Wasserman) and one owned by Frank Sinatra. Named Foothill Estate, it was built in 2016 and designed by Richard Meier and Partners Architects.
Communal spaces include a “great room” with high ceilings and large automated steel and glass doors that open onto a lawn. Four bedrooms plus the expansive master suite are upstairs, while staff quarters, a gym and a screening room are on the first floor. The grounds include a tiled, 85-foot infinity pool, pool house, and an outdoor dining area. Stephen Shapiro of the Westside Estate Agency serves as the listing agent.
Photos by Simon Berlyn, courtesy of Stephen Shapiro/Westside Estate Agency