At $100,000 Per Month, It's the Most Expensive Apartment in LA and It's GORGEOUS!

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Take a look inside the most expensive apartment in LA and see why some people say it’s worth every penny

Most expensive apartment in Los Angeles

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The most expensive apartment in LA has landed on the market for the princely sum of $100,000 per month. But when you learn about the features and amenities this one-of-a-kind penthouse offers, you might believe the six-figure sum is a royal deal.

For starters, the 18,000-square-foot unit takes up the top two floors of the posh LEVEL building in downtown L.A. It also comes with an additional 8,000 square feet of outdoor living space in balconies, terraces, and pool area.

most expensive apartment in LA

Photo by Hunter Kerhart

The super luxury unit has four bedrooms and 10 baths, as well as four pro-quality kitchens and a 480-square-foot walk-in closet with a TV lounge. That’s right, a TV lounge, for those who want to get sartorial inspiration from Project Runway, or just can’t bare to miss one single minute of the big game.

most expensive apartment in LA

Photo by Hunter Kerhart

“A lot of people wonder about the kitchens,” LEVEL General Manager Javier Cepeda says, explaining that there’s an open family kitchen with a massive island for daily cooking, and attached to that is a catering kitchen, intended for party prep. On the 35th floor there’s an outdoor kitchen and a aonther catering kitchen. Of course, all four kitchens come equipped with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances.

most expensive apartment in LA

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With that many kitchens, one formal dining room isn’t enough. There are two indoor dining spaces, in addition to a poolside dining area. And since this is the ultimate posh penthouse, there are two temperature-controlled, full-display wine rooms that each hold more than 1,000 bottles. You’ll find them located under the unit’s two staircases.

most expensive apartment in LA

Photo by Hunter Kerhart

There’s also a media room with plush seating for 15 guests and an automated projector screen.

most expensive apartment in LA

Photo by Hunter Kerhart

The place comes fully furnished, as do all the units in the LEVEL Building. According to Cepeda, a one-bedroom unit goes for approximately $4,500 a month, while a three-bedroom unit goes for $15,000.

All units feature valet parking, although you won’t be needing your car much because the building is within walking distance of Staples Center (where the LakersClippers, and Kings play), LA Live, the Fashion and Financial Districts, as well as restaurants and bars.

For the demanding tenant, concierge service is available 24/7 to score tickets or dinner reservations. But what really excites potential tenants, according to Cepeda, is the housekeeping service. The luxury unit has a washer and dryer, but you’ll never have to use it for linens, which are supplied by the building.

“You’ll have all the amenities of a five-star hotel,” says Cepeda. Which is just what a penthouse tenant would expect when paying $1.2 million a year in rent.

For more info and photos of the most expensive apartment in LA, see my feature on Realtor.com.

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Lisa Johnson Mandell

Lisa Johnson Mandell

Lisa Johnson Mandell is an award winning journalist, author and film/TV critic. She can be heard regularly on Cumulus radio stations throughout the US, and on BBC Radio.

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