Comcast CEO Brian Roberts Acquires Upscale $9M Condo in West Hollywood’s Arts District

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Comcast CEO Brian Roberts has added to his portfolio of properties with new purchase of a West Hollywood condominium.

Brian Roberts, Comcast CEO, recently purchased the upscale 8899 Beverly residential tower in West Hollywood’s Arts and Design District as his new residence, writes Wendy Bowman for Robb Report

In August, Roberts sold his John Elgin Woolf-designed home Beverly Hills home for $20 million, and purchased his new Olson Kundig-designed tower for $9 million.

The two-bedroom, four-bathroom condominium adds to Roberts’ long list of properties in different areas of the country, including Philadelphia, Martha’s Vineyard, and North Palm Beach, Florida.

The residence features nearly 3,200 square feet of living space designed by Gary Hutton, with imported wood floors, high ceilings, and a custom lighting system. 

There are also sliding glass walls that accentuate the views of the surrounding hills and city lights, a gourmet kitchen with white oak-lined maple cabinets, Calacatta Gold marble countertops, and top-tier appliances by Gaggenau, Miele, and Sub-Zero.

Other features include a dedicated media room, a built-in office space, and walk-in closets.

Roberts will pay $5,336 per month for the new building, and amenities such as a 24-hour concierge, fitness center and yoga studio, an outdoor space with a pool and spa, fireplaces, a covered dining area, and more. 

Learn more about Brian Robert’s new residence in Los Angeles in Robb Report.


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