The Cavalli Penthouse: Italian Sense of Style

Situated two floors below Matthew Perry's former apartment, Penthouse 38A has what it takes to amaze anyone. Offered fully furnished for $21,000,000, the half-floor penthouse is the first Cavalli-designed residence in the United States.



In the 38th Story of the Century Building, This Penthouse Is the First U.S. Project Designed by Prestigious Italian Company Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors, From Jumbo Group

Situated two floors below Matthew Perry‘s former apartment, Penthouse 38A has what it takes to amaze anyone. By way of its multiple south-facing terraces, the panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, a golf course, and Downtown Los Angeles are incomparable. The spectacle continues, however, inside.

“Dripping in luxurious finishes and custom furnishings from Italy and Spain, Roberto Cavalli and Gianfranco Ferre teamed up to create a residential masterpiece,” says agent Cassandra Petersen of Compass.

“It is unmatched in the pedigree and thoughtfulness of its bespoke finishes and design,” says agent Tomer Fridman of Compass.

Custom features including an onyx bar, leather boiserie panels, sapele mahogany parquet flooring, a chef’s kitchen with Miele appliances, an oversized fireplace with imported Spanish marble in the living room, a large outdoor terrace with a fire pit, an Aspen sauna, Lutron-automated drapery, and Crestron-programmed iPads give a luxurious appeal to the 5,254-square-foot apartment.

“The listing is located in the ultra-prestigious Century tower designed by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern,” adds Tomer Fridman.

“The building set the precedent for elegance and high-rise living as an estate alternative.”

In addition to their private spaces, the happy few who live here—a few celebrities among them—have access to extensive gardens designed by landscape architect Pamela Burton, a pool and Jacuzzi with private cabanas, a fitness studio, movie theater, business center, concierge, valet parking, and gated security. The Los Angeles dream is alive.

Cassandra Petersen | 617.901.5835 DRE# 01969956
Tomer Fridman | 310.926.3777 | DRE# 01750717
of Compass

Alexandra Cooper | 805.252.4002 | DRE# 02036737
of The Icon Realty

Images: Anthony Barcelo


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