Pendry Residences, West Hollywood

Sunset Strip’s Next Big Thing: Pendry Residences West Hollywood

A prime Sunset Strip locale that once accommodated the House of Blues, as well as a parking lot and some apartments, is now paving a path for the new Pendry Residences West Hollywood by Montage Hotels & Resorts, set to debut this summer.



Luxury is in the Details at the Pendry Residences West Hollywood, Coming Soon to an Iconic Spot on the Storied Sunset Strip

Developed by Combined Properties and AECOM Capital, and designed by Steven Ehrlich and Cuningham Group, the limited collection of private homes priced from $3 to $30 million are currently awaiting occupation by a sophisticated set seeking a turnkey lifestyle with tailored services, and even their very own private music venue (the first such facility in West Hollywood in 20-plus years).

“In the heart of the new Sunset Strip, Pendry Residences West Hollywood promises to be unlike anything else in the city and deliver a new level of fully serviced living in modern Los Angeles,” says Warren Wachsberger, AECOM Capital partner and managing director.

Situated in a private building adjacent to the Pendry West Hollywood hotel—on a terraced site along Sunset Boulevard and Olive Drive that provides breathtaking city views—Pendry Residences offers 40 two- and three-bedroom homes featuring 2,900 to 6,000 square feet of warm yet modern Martin Brudnizki-crafted living space that flows seamlessly to large private verandas.

Select homes include landscaped terraces ranging up to 3,400 square feet, replete with a pool and spa, fire-pit, and outdoor kitchen. In each abode, gourmet kitchens boasting Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances encased in custom Cerused white oak cabinetry, and an oversized marble island outfitted with Waterworks fixtures make a statement, as do floor-to-ceiling windows, rift-sawn white oak flooring, and Poliform walk-in closets and dressing rooms. Marble-clad master baths, meanwhile, are showcases for dual vanities, custom millwork, and an expansive shower with a Starphire glass enclosure, with each home accessed via a private elevator that connects directly to a private resident’s terrace and secured parking.

In addition to the live entertainment venue, other personalized services and amenities include a rooftop pool and bar, garden deck, screening room, bowling alley, spa and fitness center, and curated art collection. A residential lounge offers a stocked bar and wine-tasting room with private lockers, along with catering and in-residence dining by Wolfgang Puck. Also provided is an exclusive membership to The Britely, a private social club featuring curated lifestyle events, movies, and music performances.

“Our owners will have the benefit of urban living within a resort setting, including access to a fully serviced lifestyle designed and tailored to every need and desire,” says Tina Necrason, executive vice president, residential for Montage International.

Combined Properties Chairman Ronald S. Haft adds: “Pendry Residences West Hollywood elevates living to an amazing experience…an immersion in L.A.’s creative culture, with a luxurious twist.” 

Pendry Residences West Hollywood

8500 Melrose Ave, Suite 205, West Hollywood
310.849.0202  |

Photographs: Courtesy of Pendry Residences West Hollywood


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